• Brussels speed limit to be slashed throughout the region
    The speed limit in the Brussels-Capital Region is expected to be cut down to 30 kilometres per hour in a year and a half, after the ...
    Brussels speed limit to be slashed throughout the region
    The speed limit in the Brussels-Capital Region is expected to be cut down to 30 kilometres per hour in a year and a half, after the incoming regional ...
    Police shoots 15 rubber bullets to stop man vandalising cars with a machete
    Police in Charleroi shot 15 rubber bullets to stop a man who was wielding a machete while vandalizing five cars on Saturday. According to ...
    Iran calls on EU to take steps to save nuclear agreement
    Iran urged Europe on Monday to take “practical, effective and responsible” measures to salvage the Iranian nuclear agreement, under discussion at a ...
    Car makers turn electric as European regulations kick in
    The European emission regulation deadlines are fast approaching. In reaction, car makers hoping to stay below the 2021 95 g/km threshold are jumping ...
    Leopold Park to host movies, games celebrating Europe this summer
    From 16:00 to 21:00 each Wednesday and Saturday during July and August, Leopold Park will be home to Brussels Meets Europe, an event exploring ...
    Belgian rail: two trains a week ‘forget’ to stop
    Two belgian trains a week do not stop at the station where they normally should pick up or drop passengers. The reason is distracted train ...
    Place Rogier hit-and-run suspect gives himself up to police
    The suspect who drove the vehicle which hit a young man on Sunday morning, 4.45 am, on Boulevard du Jardin Botanique in Brussels, has come forward ...
    Opinion
    Eating local is clearly a good idea and makes environmental sense. However, like many other good ideas, it ...
    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 ...
    Algiers has been home to plenty of demonstrations this year. In Algeria’s capital and beyond, political and ...
    2019 may be remembered as the year in which, after a decade of painful, divisive, adolescent disputes over ...
    Last month, the Brussels Intercommunal Transport Company STIB and Plan International launched a campaign to ...
    Stored away in a European Parliament office cabinet is a small, flower-patterned notebook. The pages contain ...
    With the next few months set to be dominated by unseemly haggling over top EU jobs, starting with the ...
    One could say the campaigns in the European Parliament elections, which are taking place this week on 23 – 26 ...
    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 ...