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Brussels city council has decided to go ahead with the planned ice rink in Place De Brouckère at this year’s Christmas festivities, Winter Wonders, according to culture and major events alderwoma
When I joined, the sub-editors were under the editorial direction of Matthew Davis (production editor), Ben Tarring (deputy editor) and Brigid Grauman (editor-in-chi
I’d lived in Brussels for a while when I started at The Bulletin, and had read the magazine avidly when looking for temping jobs and trying to make sense of this strange country I had mov
“You’re going to be a very good father,” Jean-Claude Van Damme tells me. “Better than lots of people.” Thanks, I say. “Worse than lots of people too,” he continues. He puts a hand on my shoulder.
The Brussels public prosecutor's office is asking the public for help finding an Irish woman who has gone missing in Brussels.
Depictions of Brussels are highly polarised, according to a study from Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), with some Belgian newspapers presenting the capital as an ideal place to live and others la
A new series of comedy shows invites Sri Lankan comedian Malinda Perera to entertain international audiences in Brussels on 14 October.
Under the banner ‘science as a public good’, new rector Jan Danckaert underlined the importance of science in a world in transition and crisis when opening the academic year at Vr