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Following the success of the Phoenix Festival, Brussels Muzieque returns with a monthly concert series of chamber music, featuring soloists
There are 3,000 jobs to be filled on the outskirts of Brussels and 66,000 if the whole of Flanders is taken into consideration, according to the employment bodies Actiris, responsible for the Brus
How healthy is the air in the streets of Brussels? Some 3,000 inhabitants of Brussels started a large-scale air quality measurement project on Saturday to find out the answer.
The General Labour Federation of Belgium (FGTB) is organising a national demonstration in Brussels on Friday as part of its continuing opposition against the 1996 wage margin law.
Brussels taxis celebrate a milestone this month as the controversial black and yellow livery, which caused a storm of protests at the time, turns 10 years old.
One of Brussels’ flagship exhibitions this autumn is Hahaha.
The Climate Coalition is organising a new Climate March in Brussels on 10 October, the first since the corona pandemic hit in the spring of 2020.
Around 17,000 people took part in the 41st edition of the Brussels 20km run on Sunday, a much lower figure than in previous years but an encouraging number for the return of the race after its pos
Ohana Nkulufa (pictured below) is on a mission to make art more accessible.