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The Brussels municipality of Saint-Gilles wants to go completely paperless by 2018, writes La Capitale.
Fire broke out early on Friday morning on the outside of the timber-frame Danish Tavern, a restaurant in Brussels' Rue de la Bourse.
The large water fountain at Brussels' Mont des Arts is open again, after more than a year of renovations. Minister Jan Jambon was present for the reopening ceremony, writes Bruzz.
To tackle the problem of traffic congestion in the capital, the Brussels-Capital Region has come up with a mobility plan that requires employers to also offer a bicycle or train pass t
Brussels residents are generally quite satisfied with life in the city, according to a three-yearly survey by the European Commission.
Following a successful pilot project in Antwerp, it is now Brussels' turn to recruit more local police agents.
The Royal Galleries of Saint-Hubert, Brussels' famous glazed shopping arcade, is celebrating its 170th anniversary with the installation of a a new, dynamic and ecological lighting sys
The Koninklijk Atheneum Koekelberg, a secondary school in the Brussels municipality of Koekelberg, has had enough of students coming to school in training trousers, or tracksuits.