• Water fights, shorter work shifts: Brussels braces for code red temperatures
    As the blistering heat pushes temperatures in Belgium to new highs, officials are preparing to face the first-ever red heatwave alert ...
    Water fights, shorter work shifts: Brussels braces for code red temperatures
    As the blistering heat pushes temperatures in Belgium to new highs, officials are preparing to face the first-ever red heatwave alert issued for most ...
    E-scooters: ‘no-parking zones’ to be announced in September
    Off-limit zones for parking electric scooters will be defined in Brussels from September, with companies risking a fine for the unruly parking of ...
    Belgian heatwave: six million trees needed to make cities more liveable
    The environmental association BOS+ is calling on the next Flemish government to work towards the large scale greening of towns and villages. ...
    Bruges goes dark: street lighting fails due to a technical defect
    Bruges and the surrounding areas went dark last night after a technical breakdown led the street lights in the city to fail."There was indeed a ...
    Arrest warrant issued for man who groped minor at Brussels funfair
    A judge has issued an arrest warrant against a 39-year-old man detained at the weekend after he sexually assaulted a minor at Brussels' Foire du ...
    Woman, 92, in serious condition after being run over on pedestrian crossing
    An elderly woman was rushed to the hospital in a serious condition after she was hit by a car as she was using a zebra path to cross an avenue in the ...
    European Citizens Initiative against caging animals gains traction
    In Europe, hundreds of millions of farm animals spend most, or all, of their lives in cages. The European Citizens’ Initiative to End the Cage Age ...
    Opinion
    The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) was the bilateral agreement between the United States of ...
    My colleague purses her lips, as if beginning to formulate a question, but then hesitates. She then pauses, ...
    Today 18 July is International Nelson Mandela day. A day that invites us to follow in the footsteps of Nelson ...
    The digital age will create opportunities for everyone regardless of genderHuawei’s Human Resources ...
    2019 may be remembered as the year in which, after a decade of painful, divisive, adolescent disputes over ...
    Eating local is clearly a good idea and makes environmental sense. However, like many other good ideas, it ...
    There are so many things I love about my adopted country; the lack of nature, the wealth of the majority, the ...
    Take the 7 tram from Louis Bertrand to Heysel. The 25 minute ride reveals Brussels in all its eclectic glory. ...
    Artificial Intelligence is going to be a big game changer in the global economy, and much of the value ...
    Corporate America’s worship of “shareholder value” has clearly achieved to put shareholder’s interests before ...
    Magazine
    Freedom and captivity in Antarctica: interview with Belgian polar explorer Alain Hubert
    A polar explorer and climate change researcher, Alain Hubert divides his time between Antarctica and his native Belgium. In 2002, he ...
    Profit, Consumption and Value Chains: Following the trail of Brussels’ food waste
    It’s 7 p.m. at La Bascule. I park my bike behind a car in front of one of Brussels’ most prestigious bakeries. I introduce myself to one of ...
    How a street art start-up is helping to brighten up Brussels’ bare surfaces
    As a city, Brussels is often defined by the glass and steel of its office buildings.The European quarter, which appears in the ...
    Rediscovering the Forgotten and Unknown Belgium
    Best-selling author Derek Blyth takes you to some places you might never have heard about, in a country almost no one knows.The ...
    How Belgium created and almost lost the world’s first stock exchange
    Soaring stone columns cracked and crumbling, ornate metal arches gnawed at by rust: for the past two decades, in the historic heart of ...
    Derek Blyth’s hidden secrets of Brussels
    Derek Blyth is the author of the bestselling The 500 Hidden Secrets of Brussels. He picks out ten of his favourite hidden secrets in every ...
    One woman’s fight against homosexual prejudice in Brussels
    Marian Lens is waving her rainbow umbrella in the air. The Grand Place is already packed with tourists in early May, and she is leading a ...
    Belgian archaeologist discloses mysteries of Stonehenge
    It is possibly the most architecturally sophisticated prehistoric stone circle in the world. But while it is one of the world's ...