Today sees the opening of the newly renovated central hall of the North station in Brussels, as the final stage of the works begins with the closure of the central passageway leading to the platforms.
Just a few hours before the march, Thursday, in memory of the prostitute who was mortally stabbed on Linné St., Schaerbeek, on 5 June, the Committee of Brussels’s Alhambra District, which is affected by street prostitution, indicates in an open letter that it is in favor of a pragmatic approach…
Answering Peter de Roover’s (N-VA) parliamentary question, Minister of Justice Koen Geens (CD&V) has confirmed that the prosecution has started a preliminary investigation concerning the Great Mosque, write Thursday Hen Nieuwsblad and De Standaard.
The municipal council of Etterbeek in Brussels has rejected a proposal to change the name of Etterbeek railway station, which lies mainly on the territory of the municipality of Ixelles.
Exactly 75 years ago, on 12 June 1943, Gestapo police in Nazi-occupied Brussels raided a private boarding school in Woluve-Saint-Pierre and arrested the Jewish children who were hiding there together with the headmaster of the school and her husband. The razzia followed a denunciation by local collaborators.
City Brussels mayor Philippe Close addressed Monday several recommendations to the Red Devils and other teams’ supporters implicated in the World Football Cup “so that this sport event’s memorable moments can be fully and peacefully enjoyed.’’
A fourth march calling for the closure of all abattoirs took place in Brussels on Sunday.
The Metro 1  line between Montgomery and Stockel stations will be closed on 9-10 June due to work on the switching system, the Brussels public transport company, Stib, announced on Wednesday.
Sex workers in the red-light district near Brussels North station went on strike on Wednesday in protest at the lack of safety in the area, following the murder of a young African woman.

Google invests in Molenbeek start-up

Wednesday, 06 June 2018 11:35
Internet search giant Google has agreed to invest €200,000 in the Molenbeek-based start-up Molengeek, which helps young people from the parts of the commune considered difficult to learn to code.