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Until 1921, Laeken in the north was its own municipality, but for almost the past 100 years it’s been part of the City of Brussels.
Mobility and citizen participation were the hot topics at The Bulletin’s Brussels Votes! event this week.
With a smoky voice and a style combining pop and soul with jazz and blues, singer-songwriter Typh Barrow has been described by some as the Belgian Amy Winehouse.
Proof, if it were needed, that Brussels' Justice Palace is in a state of disrepair came on Tuesday night when part of a ceiling collapsed, fortunately injuring nobody.
Brussels' Leopold II tunnel will reopen on time this Saturday after two months of intensive renovation works - but the job is far from over.
Given the municipality’s name, it’s no surprise that people love Forest for its greenery.
September is all about design in Brussels, with more than 100 cultural and commercial design events taking place across the city allowing interaction between designers, architects and the public in