The Meuse-Rhine area is one of the regions in the running to host the Einstein Telescope, an underground detector of gravitational waves.
The explosive device was found during a search of a young drug dealer's house in Antwerp.
The trade federation is unhappy with the measure allowing 16 to 18-year-olds to buy only beer and wine.
Much in the same way that you prepare instant coffee, hot chocolate or baby formula, a German brewery has come up with the idea of beer granules which can be added to water.
"This is not a solution to the nurse shortage. Health professionals will need to train these caregivers."
Performing in Brussels on 16 April, the dance company aspires to tell stories of Korean history and society for all generations across different regions.
Known as one of the most expensive weapons in the world, Lockheed Martin's F-35 jet plane has been plagued by "a seemingly endless series of bugs".
On this day, 1 April 1916, a firing squad in German-occupied Brussels executed 23-year-old Gabrielle Petit, a symbol of Belgian resistance under occupation.
The Flemish government provisionally laid down the route for the refurbishment of the northern Brussels Ring Road.
"The Russian soldiers who committed these massacres must know that they will not be quietly forgotten."
What changes? Buying Brussels property will become slightly cheaper, employers will have to guarantee the right to disconnect and new energy measures will be introduced.
Belgium's Council of Ministers approves a bill and a decree aimed at promoting the sharing of information on extremists and enabling faster decision-making.
The new Bruxell’Air bonus launched in March 2022 was given in one year to 2,300 Brussels residents.
Applications for single permits, covering work and residence, almost doubled last year, when 9,543 initial permits were issued.
Automated teller machines (ATMs) are to be installed in 207 new locations in Belgium by the end of 2025.
A café in Anderlecht was attacked on Thursday evening by a person or persons armed with a grenade and firearms.
The Walloon government on Thursday adopted an anti-racism plan for 2023-2026 that includes 38 measures concerning areas ranging from employment to housing.
Two other energy suppliers also argued that European regulations prohibit a tax on energy that is used to generate other energy, and want their money back.
The number of unhoused people that reside in public spaces is just the “tip of the iceberg” in Belgium.