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From runway shows and design markets to exhibitions and workshops, the Belgian capital’s autumn season offers everything fashion and design aficionados could wish for.
Many anti-far-right organisations including Stand Up, Agir pour la Paix, Antifascist Action Belgium and Blokbuster, will stage a protest at 14.00 this Saturday (3 October) at Brussels-Central stat
Haren, a real ‘village in the city’ some 12km from the Grand-Place and yet still part of Brussels commune, will get its controversial prison in 2022, according to project contractor Denys.
Brussels Mobility plans to make ‘drop-off’ zones for scooters and electric bikes near the capital’s railway stations and other busy transport hubs over the coming months.
Brussels mayor Philippe Close has ordered all prostitutes in Brussels city centre to stop working in a bid to stop the resurgence of coronavirus in the capital.
All bars in Brussels must shut at 23.00 instead of 01.00 starting tonight (Monday), as part of new measures announced by Brussels mayors at the weekend.
Renovation is nothing if not positive.
From 5 October, no one will be allowed to drink alcohol in the majority of Brussels city-centre public spaces, announced Brussels mayor Philippe Close (PS) “with a heavy heart” on 25 September.
Close friends Simon Gronowski and Koenraad Tinel, two Belgians with remarkable and contrasting war histories, have received honorary doctorates in Humanism at the official opening of the 2020-202