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The number of languages spoken in Brussels is constantly on the rise.
Senator Rik Daems wants the benefits granted to the long-term unemployed to be paid out in return for mandatory community service.
Originally from Amsterdam, 58-year-old Geert Kliphuis came to Brussels in 1974.Four years ago, he moved from Watermael-Boitsfort to Saint-Josse.
The first national survey on homophobia, sexism and transphobia is launched today at the initiative of the Brussels state secretary for equal opportunities, Bruno De Lille, in association wit
When commuters make use of Brussels’ metro, they move from place to place without seeing anything of what is lying over their heads above ground.
European statistics reveal that 20% of Belgians own exactly 61.2% of the country’s assets, Le Soir reports today.
Although the commercial heart of Jette is officially called Place Reine Astrid, nearly everyone refers to it by the name of Place du Miroir, a throwback
The 2013 edition of Car Free Sunday takes place this weekend and it is heartening to note that the initiative gains in popularity every year.
Cinquantenaire Park is a 30-hectare green oasis amid the traffic of Avenue de Tervuren. Its name refers to the celebration of Belgium’s 50th birthday in 1880, the same occasion for which the