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Brussels is working on making its pedestrian infrastructure more accessible, with a new charter aimed at local authorities and city planners.
Today, the Flemish in Brussels are a firmly established community with a large network of organisations and prominent characters – but it wasn’t always that way.
The Brussels government will give €60 million to help communes invest in new facilities to respond to the city's population boom, it has been announced.
A brief chat in a lift at college landed Alexandre de Meeter a dream placement with the Belgian men’s football team and set him off on a career devoted to sports communication.
Bois de la Cambre is to open partially to traffic from Thursday - but the park will remain largely car-free until the end of the summer, announced the city on Wednesday.
Petitions are circulating as campaigners join the debate over keeping Brussels’ park Bois de la Cambre car-free until at least the end of August.
Mental health campaigners are inviting people to light a candle “in a virtual moment of togetherness” on Saturday 9 May at 05.30.
Belgium’s homeless organisations joined in an international appeal for solidarity and better protection for vulnerable people during the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday.
It's been a month - a long month - since midday on 18 March, when we were told to stay at home in the fight against coronavirus.