Hopes that the cost of living might ease a bit remain far off as energy uncertainty continues to drive prices up.
As we move from A to B, we rarely stop to consider the names behind streets but Brussels is looking to remember astounding women in city renovations.
Friday's ruling by the Supreme Court is a grave reminder that social progress doesn't always stick and that no right is a given.
Shopping in another country can make the grocery run a bit less mundane and save money in the process. But is this cheating Belgians out of jobs?
From 1 July, all vendors are required to accept at least one digital payment method. But are the days of cash payments over?
Public transport networks across the country were severely impacted and flights have been grounded, with further aviation strikes planned.
Everybody loves the sunshine. Right? Well, whilst most of the country is gearing for a stunning weekend, some might not be so happy about the heat.
With university playing a crucial role in the social, personal, and academic development of young adults, there is a clear need for better student support.
Businesses have proposed a one-off cheque as an alternative to indexing staff salaries. But this isn't the good deal it might seem at a glance.
As crowds hit the town on Saturday evening, the central square became the scene of a fatal hit job as a man was shot six times.
When Macron came to power in 2017, he was buoyed by a large majority in the Assembly; this time he is unlikely to have such strong support.
The payment will allow the two companies to maintain operations and balance finances in the face of rapidly rising costs.
"When sold on the street, cocaine can cost up to 3,000 Czech crowns (€120) per gram. The dealers could have made more than two billion crowns (€81 million)."
According to pilots' unions, nothing has been done by Brussels Airlines management to resolve the issues raised and working conditions have not improved.
The European Parliament has voted to ban the sale of all combustion engine vehicles by 2035, a decision that could transform transport on the continent.
As is often the case, art says what words or economic expectations cannot. This is Belgium in Brief.
After courting endless controversy, most recently for the protracted "partygate" scandal, a vote by Tory MPs tonight could be the end for Boris Johnson.
Residents of Germany can have unlimited access to public transport for just €9/month. What if Belgium did the same?
Holidaymakers this year will be heaving a sigh of relief that Covid-19 travel restrictions are thing of the past. But are they? This is Belgium in Brief.
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