Belgium’s Pro League on Tuesday appealed to fans not to set off firecrackers and other pyrotechnic devices in stadiums.
A circular meant to protect young people who skip school to march for the climate has been sent to all French-speaking schools in Belgium, Sudpresse newspapers reported on Tuesday.
A pilot project which has employed six people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to work at Brussels Airport is reporting positive results.
Foreign language trainers at EU institutions are preparing to submit a petition with 4,000 signatures denouncing the precariousness of their status, which is a far cry from that of European Union public servants.
Police in Brussels have reopened a street close to the European Commission (EC) headquarters after a bomb threat was sent to a company on rue Breydel.
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 16:07

Brussels faces pigeon population problem

The Brussels region has decided to take steps to fight back against its pigeon population problem, according to reports.
The cities of Namur and Eupen are interested in establishing zones of low emissions (LEZ) on their territory, according to reports.
At last week’s conference in Brussels on Syria, pledges totalling €8.3 billion for 2019-20 and beyond were made.  Of the overall pledge, around two thirds come from the EU which has contributed a total of €6.79 billion: €2.57 billion from the EU budget managed by the European Commission and €4.22 billion from EU Member States.
Tax-control brigades in Wallonia last year issued 7,404 tickets to drivers for not paying their annual road and/or registration taxes, a 13% increase on 2017 and 34% more than in 2015, when the brigades were launched, Sudpresse newspapers reported on Tuesday.
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 14:31

Ketamine, the new cocaine

About one in five young people between the ages of 18 and 34 years who regularly attend electronic music events took ketamine last year.
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