The California-based start-up Lime announced on Friday the launch of its electric scooter service in Brussels and Antwerp.
The Belgian Federation of Wines and Spirits, Vinum Et Spiritus, has decided to support the Emile Leus Fund in its efforts to have more alcohol detectors installed in public places.
The security of France’s electricity supply should be guaranteed this winter, according to the country’s electricity transmission company, RTE, but extra care will need to be taken in January-February and if demand outstrips production, France could need energy from Belgium during those two months.
With a month and a half to go before the end of the year, 2018 has had only 118 rainy days, which is within reach of the previous annual record of 143 rainless days, dating back to 2003.
Infrabel, the infrastructure manager and operator of the Belgian railway network, is taking five suppliers to court because they had been making illegal price agreements for years.
The unique planning permission, with a view to renovating the Brussels Stock Exchange (known locally as La Bourse) and to transform this iconic building into a cultural, commercial and tourist hub has been granted.
Victorious against Ireland (2-0) on Thursday at the King Baudouin stadium, Belgium remains unbeaten in group 2 of the League of Nations, with 9 points compared to Switzerland’s 6.
Patients can now consult medical or dental prescriptions on Masanté, the online portal enabling access to an entire range of health data.
One third of all beef meat found in our supermarkets displaying the label “Belbeef” cannot be traced back to its origin.
The largest health insurer in Flanders, the Christian Mutuality (CM), has decided to stop reimbursing expenses for homeopathic remedies in January, after 15 years of doing so.
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