De Lijn comes back to North station today

Friday, 30 November 2018 09:59
Buses run by the Flemish public transport authority De Lijn have returned to their Brussels terminus under the North station in Brussels.
The Flemish public transport authority De Lijn is close to reaching an agreement with the Brussels Region to return to its old terminus under the Gare du Nord in Brussels, after “constructive talks” between the two parties.
Between 20,000 and 25,000 people are expected on Sunday in Brussels for the March on Climate otherwise known as the “Claim the Climate” March, the Brussels-Capital-Ixelles police are indicating on Wednesday in a communiqué.
The new mayors of 11 of the capital’s 19 communes took the oath of office on Monday before Brussels Prime Minister Rudi Vervoort in brief ceremonies at the seat of the region’s government.
The Brussels Interurban Transport Company (STIB) will offer its buses and trains free of charge on Sunday to encourage and facilitate the broadest participation possible in the “Claim the Climate” march in Brussels, the regional public transport company announced on Monday in a press release.
Manneken-Pis was dressed in a new outfit on Sunday morning for Violence against women day. 
The Brussels Parliament on Friday unanimously adopted a draft ordinance recognizing the specific status of animals as sentient beings.
Flemish mobility minister Ben Weyts has made good his promise to withdraw De Lijn buses from their Brussels terminus under the Gare du Nord unless the safety situation improves.

New food market to open in Brussels

Thursday, 22 November 2018 16:01
The opening of “Brussels Food Market” is scheduled to open in Summer 2019.
A demonstration will be organised this Sunday in Brussels for the International Day to Eliminate Violence against Women.