A recording made by VTM NEWS has shown a police vehicle driving on a cycle path in Koekelberg, where a young woman fatally hit by a car on Sunday.
The Nutri-Score system - which gives an idea of the nutritional value of food through a letter system - is beginning to take hold in Belgium.
The driver who fatally hit a pedestrian in Koekelberg on Sunday admits he was wrong, but doesn’t show a lot of remorse.
Due to a problem with ventilation, the Leopold II tunnel in Brussels had to close a traffic lane in the direction of Gare du Midi on Tuesday morning.  
Following the fatal accident on Sunday afternoon in Koekelberg, municipal authorities will hold a meeting on Monday evening to discuss the location of the accident.
Plans for a pilot project to provide high-speed 5G wireless internet in Brussels have been halted due to fears for the health of citizens, according to reports.
A 30-year-old woman from Brussels died on Sunday morning in a traffic accident on Avenue de Jette in Koekelberg, according to the Brussels-West police.
The “Rise for Climate Belgium” citizen collection will hold its 5th national and European demonstration in Brussels on Sunday.
Lights around Brussels’ main square, the Grand-Place, City Hall and the Atomium will be turned off for an hour at 8.30 p.m. on Saturday in response to a call by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the City Hall announced in a press release on Friday.
Following the installation of a plastic collector in the water at the Port of Brussels, the Audi Brussels Environmental Foundation and Recycled Island Foundation are looking to raise awareness of the issue of plastic waste.