The EU institutions reached an agreement this week on revising the rules on the rights of citizens moving to another EU country. Among the innovations, job seekers will be given more time to find work abroad and the long-term care needs of older people living abroad will also be addressed.
Twenty-one persons have been indicted in connection with the use of false proxies at municipal polls in Neufchâteau on 14 October 2018, the Prosecutor's Office in Luxembourg announced on Thursday.
STIB will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 28 line by running old versions of the bus along it, the Brussels transport operator has announced.
Skeyes expects that the consequences of strikes held on Thursday by air traffic controllers will extend into the day and into the night, a spokesman said this afternoon.
A new De Lijn bus terminal at the Gare du Nord in Brussels will not be built for the next few years, Bruzz reported on Thursday.
Thursday, 21 March 2019 15:13

Belgium launches campaign against racism

Belgium’s Minister for Equal Opportunity, Kris Peeters, on Thursday launched a nationwide campaign against racism and discrimination.
Finland is once again the happiest country in the world, according to this year's World Happiness Report published by the United Nations. Belgium, meanwhile, has dropped two places to 18.
Radio listeners should be given 10 years to switch from FM to digital technology and for exclusively FM radios, which will eventually become obsolete, to be withdrawn from the market, according to consumer group Test Achats.
Belium's ecological footprint jumped by 30% between 2013 and 2017, according to a WWF study published on Thursday.
The first test results of scanning “underneath” the Grand-Place were presented by researchers on Tuesday evening at Brussels City Hall.
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