RSC Anderlecht on Wednesday refused a fine of 4,000 euros set by the prosecutor of the Belgian football union, URBSFA, for discriminatory chants by supporters at its match against Bruges (2-3) on the 4th of April, the dhnet.be website revealed.
Swisscom and Ericsson announced on Wednesday that they have launched the first 5G network in Europe, two weeks after the opening of a countrywide 5G network in South Korea.

The pedestrian zone of Boulevard Anspach will not have a new police office, according to the new plans for the centre.

Supermarket chains in Belgium are prepared to enter into discussions aimed at rationalising the colour of the foil covering individual Easter eggs, the VRT reports.
Greenpeace must stop using images of Maya the Bee without Studio 100's authorisation, otherwise risking financial penalties of up to a million euros, L'Echo reported on Wednesday.
Wednesday, 17 April 2019 14:04

Sunny Thursday expected throughout Belgium

The sky will be cloudy on Wednesday afternoon with slight rains or drizzles, according to the Royal Meteorological Institute.
The public prosecutor's office in the province of Limburg has set up a tip-off platform to combat drug laboratory locations in the area.

Over the past five years, Brussels has made a jump-start with 'the end of everything-for-the-car' mentality. 

Wednesday, 17 April 2019 13:26

Measles on the rise in Brussels

69 measles infections were recorded in Brussels during the first months of 2019, according to figures from the Join Community Commission (GGC).

Unizo, the organisation of smaller independent entrepreneurs, wants an inter-regional mobility pact for the province of Vlaams-Brabant, the Brussels region and the growing area around it.
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