Flemish public transport authority De Lijn has suspended an order for 970 new electric buses, De Tijd reports. The buses were ordered in December last year ...
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Transport authority De Lijn suspends order for 970 electric buses
Flemish public transport authority De Lijn has suspended an order for 970 new electric buses, De Tijd reports. The buses were ordered ...
Friday, 18, September 2020
Brussels residents asked to fly Belgian flags against Vlaams Belang protest
The youth sections of the seven political parties currently negotiating a federal coalition are calling on the people of Brussels to hang ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Government minister pours cold water over coalition talks
Home affairs minister Pieter De Crem (CD&V) has been describing the problems he foresees his party facing if they were to join the ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Vlaams Belang planning ‘massive’ ride-in protest in Brussels
Flemish far-right party Vlaams Belang (VB) is seeking to entice followers to ride into Brussels en masse in an "unseen" demonstration ...
Wednesday, 16, September 2020
Belgium provisionally approves ‘contact tracing’ bill 
On Tuesday, the Health and Equal Opportunities Committee of the House provisionally approved a bill, which allows the regions to process ...
Tuesday, 15, September 2020
Antwerp begins fingerprint scanning ahead of new ID card launch
The City of Antwerp has started scanning the fingerprints of everyone applying for a new electronic identity card (eID) today, as the ...
Monday, 14, September 2020
Belgium wants a federal government by 1 October
The seven Belgian party presidents who are trying to form a federal government coalition are aiming to "establish the new government by 1 ...
Friday, 11, September 2020