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Illustration picture shows a policeman wearing a 'body worn video' system in Brussels (BELGA PHOTO DIRK WAEM)

The Brussels parliament's home affairs committee has been discussing a draft paper on violence committed by and against the police, which includes, among other things, a call for clearer regulatio

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How can we improve quality of life and accessibility in Brussels? What are the consequences of Brexit for Brits in Brussels?

A electric car connected at a recharging point (BELGA PHOTO KATLEEN VASTIAU)

Motorists throughout the Brussels Capital Region can charge their electric cars at 122 locations, accounting for nearly 250 charging points in total.

A woman looks at a bottle of antidepressants. An increase in depression, anxiety disorders and suicides have been attributed partially to the ongoing coronavirus crisis (BELGA PHOTO JONAS HAMERS)

In the first ten months of 2020, the Brussels Prosecutor's Office has already opened 103 cases of suicide.

The Charlemagne building in the European quarter of Schuman in Brussels  (BELGA PHOTO HERWIG VERGULT)

Several district committees in Brussels have signed a letter to state secretary for urban planning Pascal Smet asking for an end to the office building 'frenzy' in the European quarter and to deve

A child wakes past a pull-along toy dog (BELGA PHOTO)

Brussel Helpt, the annual solidarity campaign organised by Bruzz, will this year be helping Babytheek Brussel, a ‘baby library’ where parents or grandparents can borrow high-quality baby supplies.

llustration shows a 'Zone 30' road sign in the centre of Brussels. (BELGA PHOTO VIRGINIE LEFOUR)

Teams from Brussels Mobility, the capital’s transport department, will start placing some 1,350 50kph limit signs across the city from 9 November until the end of the year, indicating exceptions t

Illustration picture shows scooters of the electric scooter sharing system 'Bird'. (BELGA PHOTO DIRK WAEM)

After almost two years of absence, Bird electric scooters have come home to roost again in the Belgian capital, with a fleet of 500 scooters now available across Brussels with more expected to fol