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.
A Belgian couple suspected of plotting a terrorist attack was arrested earlier this afternoon in Brussels.
A commuter car park on the outskirts of Brussels that was meant to reduce traffic coming into the capital has so far attracted just six drivers.
According to a study of home-work trips by Brussels Studies, 345,250 of approximately 708,900 employees lived outside the Brussels-Capital Region at the end of 2016.
Residents of the Stockel area of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre were yesterday ordered to remain inside their homes, as police in the zone dealt with a suspect vehicle.
This weekend, the monumental Leopold II tunnel, which links the tunnels of the inner ring around Brussels to the approaches to the motorway at Groot-Bijgaarden, will close for two full months in both directions.
A motion to impose the 30 kilometer-per-hour speed limit on some local roads, rather than all, was adopted on Thursday evening in the Uccle Communal Council.