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Affordable Art Fair Brussels returns to Tour & Taxis for its 14th edition between 8 and 12 February.
If the English Comedy Club’s performance of Sinbad the Sailor is anything to go by, pantomime is going strong in Brussels.
Brussels’ magnificent town hall will be far more accessible to tourists, visitors and city residents From 1 February, announced Brussels Major Events deputy director Delphine Romanus.
Four new cobblestones were set in a Brussels city-centre pavement on Friday to mark the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
A family in Koekelberg was surprised to find a World War One grenade lodged in their ceiling while carrying out home renovations, reports Le Soir and Bruzz.
Brussels Police warn on its Twitter account of possible traffic disruption on 27 January due to an evening cycling event, reports Le Soir.
A series of 10 free webinars to help UK citizens navigate the post-Brexit landscape kick off on 24 January.
Brussels public transport network Stib has started construction on new tram line 10 that will connect Neder-Over-Heembeek with the city-centre, reports Le Soir.
Brussels Environment has received 127 reports of animal cruelty in 2022, a 53% increase compared to 2021, reports Le Soir.