Brussels police prepare for possible riots in Bois de la Cambre this weekend
Police in Brussels are setting up a system to supervise both events which are expected to take place in Bois de la Cambre this weekend, but ...
Brussels police prepare for possible riots in Bois de la Cambre this weekend
Police in Brussels are setting up a system to supervise both events which are expected to take place in Bois de la Cambre this weekend, but the park ...
Flanders will double the number of vaccinations next week
Next week, more than half a million corona vaccines will be administered in Flanders, according to the latest weekly overview on the Agency for Care ...
94% drop in passengers at Charleroi Airport
Charleroi Airport saw 45,481 passengers in April, a drop of 94% compared to April 2019, according to new figures announced on Friday. The ...
New “Post-Covid Syndrome” study released
According to a recently released study by American Mayo Clinic, 80% of those suffering from "Post-COVID Syndrome" experience significant fatigue. ...
Monks of Rochefort win major court battle over spring water
The Trappist monks of the Abbey of Rochefort in Namur province have won another important court battle in a dispute with Lhoist Group, the world’s ...
Covid-19: Government support kept one in ten companies alive
Almost one in ten of the companies receiving government support during the coronavirus pandemic was on the verge of collapse when the outbreak ...
‘Too early to abandon use of face masks in Belgium,’ expert says
It is too early to abandon the use of face masks in Belgium, as the coronavirus situation remains too fragile, according to infectious disease expert ...
Bio-ethics committee advises limited use of NIP-test in pregnancy
Belgium’s Advisory Committee on Bio-Ethics (CCBB) has advised gynaecologists and GPs not to use the popular NIP test to determine the presence of a ...
10% of Belgium has now been fully vaccinated
One in ten people living in Belgium has now been fully vaccinated, according to the latest information from the Sciensano health institute. ...
Opinion
Amazon has made a killing from the pandemic. Founder Jeff Bezos, the richest person in the world, pocketed ...
Given what is at stake, the Conference on the Future of Europe’s opening event in the beautiful hemicycle of ...
One of the things I try to emphasise to business students is that of all the words which are used to try to ...
The hue and cry in the aftermath of the Sarah Halimi verdict singled out Kobili Traoré as an anti-Semite ...
Over the last half century numerous political exiles from around the world waging noble battles for human ...
This Saturday is a date etched in Belgian diaries: it is when bars, cafés and pubs reopen to the public after ...
Alex Salmond’s return to the political fray has made already important Scottish parliamentary elections on 6 ...
Have we imitated the Romans in our (mis)handling of the pandemic? We certainly have relied on health experts ...
This is an open reaction to the opinion piece by Ms Helen Stjerna, 'Time to revise the EU Tobacco Products ...
Ever since the old Schaerbeek-Josaphat marshalling yard fell out of use in 1994, nature has slowly taken back ...
Magazine
After 100 years in the industry, what does Shimano see for the future of cycling in Belgium and beyond?
Belgium loves bicycles. That much quickly becomes clear to any of the country’s visitors, but those who stay longer will find that the ...
Why your first terrace pintje might taste different
Patrons flocking to bars in Belgium this weekend will very possibly be getting the freshest beer - or pintje - they've ever had, due to ...
Searching for silence in Belgium
“The most beautiful sound in the world is silence,” wrote the turn-of-the-century English novelist Robert Hichens. Unfortunately, ...
‘There is no vaccine against the climate crisis’: EU adopts new strategy on climate change
The European Commission adopted on Wednesday a new EU strategy on adaptation to climate change, setting out the pathway to prepare for the ...
New Brussels modern art museum gets the go-ahead
Kanal, the planned new museum of modern and contemporary art in Brussels, has been given the green light to go ahead, Brussels secretary of ...
The European Green Deal: Is it possible to protect the climate and free trade? A steelmaker’s perspective
The European Green Deal aims to make Europe climate neutral by 2050 through a set of policy objectives, in particular in the energy and ...
Will we pick which vaccine we take?
Following the news that the first UK patients have received the coronavirus vaccine, people in Belgium – and Europe – are starting to ...
Belgium worries about expats returning after Christmas
The likelihood of impending international travel severely impacting Belgium's improving coronavirus numbers is giving experts cause for ...