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Brussels French- and Dutch-speaking universities ULB and VUB are launching konekt.brussels today, a new concept that sees a number of activities and infrastructural changes carried out in order to

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A surprise find for workers in Parvis de Saint-Gilles: two complete skeletons, believed to be 300 years old.

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The most popular boy's name in Brussels is Adam, and the most popular girl's name is Lina, according to data from the Directorate-General for Statistics.

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Three Brussels bicycle clubs will hold a guerrilla picnic on Brussels' Rue de la Loi on Friday to demand more space for cyclists and pedestrians on the busy road, writes Bruzz.

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On 14 October, Brussels native Patrick Van Hoorebeek hopes to become the first Belgian to be elected mayor of an American city, reports Bruzz.

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From 1 September, access to the pedestrian zone at Rue du Midi and Rue des Grands Carmes will be governed by retractable bollards, writes Bruzz.

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Every mayor of Brussels has been immortalised with a bust in the staircase of City Hall since the tradition started in 1830, but a new petition making the rounds aims to prevent the ci

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The Belgian municipalities with the lowest number of cars are all in Brussels, reports Bruzz based on figures from the FPS Mobility and Transport.

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Former Brussels Mayor Yvan Mayeur, like his predecessors, will get his own bust in the stairwell of City Hall.

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