The family units in the detention center in Stenokkerzee may be taken up by migrant families with children from July, reported Belgian media on Tuesday.
Traffic jams are increasing every year on Belgian motorways and secondary roads, even during off-peak hours. Antwerp, Brussels and Liege are the most affected cities according to Touring’s 2018 delay index, reported Belgian media on Tuesday.
Brussels’ streets are getting dirtier – and one reason is that shop owners are not taking out the required waste contracts with the capital’s organisation responsible for its cleaning and maintenance, Brussels Proprété.
The number of donations reached a record number in 2017, with more and more Belgians becoming donors, reports Le Soir on Monday.
The strike will cause the cancellation of 75 % of the flights of Brussels Airlines on Monday, confirmed a spokesperson for the airline company.
The popular Zinneke Parade returned to Brussels at the weekend after a two-year absence, attracting thousands of visitors under spring sunshine.
The French artist Oakoak presented new pieces he created near the quays for Brussels Street Art on Friday evening.
Nearly 250 jobs at Brussels Airlines and Eurowings will have to go.

Apéros Urbains goes into liquidation

Saturday, 12 May 2018 11:39
The organisation Apéros Urbains, which organises after-work parties for people of all ages in Brussels, has declared bankruptcy.
The Flemish government is to invest €30 million in creating more than 5,000 new parking spaces at tram and train stations on the outskirts of Brussels, to allow commuters from outside the city to avoid creating and suffering traffic congestion, mobility minister Ben Weyts said.