Yesterday’s defeat by the Belgian Red Devils side in a World Cup match in Saint-Petersburg led to widespread disappointment in cafes across the country, but also clashes with police in Jette in Brussels.
Brussels officials are ready to start giving out fines to drivers who enter the city with old, heavily polluting diesel vehicles.
Brussels Grand Place will shine in the colours of the country during Tuesday night's World Cup semi-final between the Red Devils and France.
The semi-pedestrian path connecting Porte de Namur to Fernand Coq Square was inaugurated Saturday.
A former member of the Brussels-City council, Alain Nimegeers, has been accused of offering to arrange a residency permit for a Moroccan man in return for a bribe of €3,000.
Belgian hotels and hostels may soon be able to offer cheaper room prices than
The Irish budget clothing chain has announced it will gradually introduce a new letter-based sizing system for its women’s collections across all of its stores.
Almost half of public sector employees in Belgium experience some form of ‘digital stress’ according to a new study.
Private companies hold several keys which could help society develop a more sustainable mobility in the country’s central metropolitan zone, in a political context which, up until now, has limited the progress margin in this area.
The Flemish government's Agency for Nature and Woodland has issued a yellow alert for several forests and woods in the greater Brussels area.