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Forest police station had to be evacuated when a member of the public voluntarily brought in a grenade, reports Bruzz.
As Belgium continues to recover sluggishly from the pandemic, the capital is seeing a recovering hotel sector, although Brussels Airport is still not yet seeing pre-Covid levels of travel.
Valentine’s Day will offer a special opportunity for couples in Schaerbeek who wish to tie the knot, reports Bruzz.
Specially equipped vehicles that patrol Brussels streets and are supposed to be able to detect parking violations are still wrongfully fining drivers with disabled parking cards.
Although the Belgian capital’s Winter Wonders seasonal festivities come to a close on 31 December, activities in De Brouckère and La
The Brussels Region government has given the final green light for a new swimming complex on the Abattoir rooftop in Anderlecht, announced secretary of state for urbanism Pascal Smet.
Some 18,640 fines were handed out to drivers failing to respect conditions of the Brussels Low Emission Zone (LEZ) regulations in 2022, according to Brussels Environment.
After two years of coronavirus disruption, Brussels will ring in the New Year with a festive fir
Just in time for winter with its refreshing nip comes the Smile & Play circuit, Brussels’ latest Option B campaign - dedicated to fun and games.