Compared to the EU average, Belgians do alright when it comes to salaries. But the details reveal major regional disparities.
Tracking down cocaine in Antwerp port is the needle and haystack analogy multiplied by millions. But not just a point of transit, local use has soared.
Works on the Brussels metro line 3 have been held up at the historic Palais de Midi, whose unfirm foundation casts a crucial tunnel into doubt.
The latest IPCC report again highlights how unfit older generations are to deliver a brighter future. Young people have every right to be angry.
With Belgian elections taking place next year, expect to hear plenty more from farmers as nitrogen becomes the latest political battleground.
Nothing dispels small-mindedness quite like travel and applications for Interrail passes open today for young Europeans. Wish you were 18?
Attitudes to work are changing and how we organise our lives with it. But are we on the brink of a tidal transition to four day weeks?
Belgium's broken reception system has opened up space for conspiracy theories that are gaining traction.
Blocked proposals for English-only courses in Flemish universities have frustrated the region's institutions. Are ministers resisting the tide of the times?
Idioms can be a sign you are a real master of a foreign language. Get it wrong, and you may come across as though you do not have all the fries in one bag.
It's been an eventful morning here at The Brussels Times, contending with snow, bogus bomb threats and a bugging website.
Moving the problem is not the same as fixing it. When will Belgium get serious about the reception crisis?
In Flanders fields frustration grows... and the chaos that comes from it will give the region's government a major shakeup.
Ever wondered what Belgian rap sounds like? Why not explore the world of Belgium's polyglot MCs with an insider's guide to the scene.
The unresolved nitrogen policy has left Flemish farmers in limbo and the government at loggerheads. Can hundreds of tractors break the legal block?
Keeping clients happy is the business of any reasonable restauranteur. But many in Belgium spoil a good meal with a nonsensical tap water charge.
A new "humane" prison has welcomed 100 students to test the facility, which might be the blueprint for improved penitentiaries nationwide.
Managing finances isn't everyone's forte and many give little thought to how to best use their earnings. State bonds are a safe and steady solution.
Though public opinion in Europe remains largely supportive of Ukraine, the world wonders how many more 24 Februarys will be observed in this way.