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In 2011, 51% of Belgians between 18 and 29 years old were still living with their parents. That is an increase of 8% on 2007, according to a poll conducted by Eurofound.
Earlier this week, the European Commission presented the findings of the Epilobee study, the most comprehensive research project ever on the mortality of cultivated bee colonies in Europe.
1. February 28th: get registered before it’s too late!
The overall security threat level in Brussels and Brussels Airport between March 25 and April 5 will rise from level 2 (medium) to level 3 (high), announced OCAD, the body that keeps tabs on the te
Greenpeace launched a major operation yesterday at the oldest nuclear power plants in six European countries, including Belgium.
A new study reveals that the Brussels-Capital Region is among the most prosperous regions in the EU.
On the eve of the February 28, the voter registration deadline for EU expats residing in Belgium, The Bulletin sets out to investigate why 92% of 690,000 eligible Europea
The European Commission is concerned that Belgium is not properly limiting its citizens’ exposure to the particle matter known as PM10.
In a bold move, Belgium has sent letters to around 2,712 citizens of other EU member states asking them to leave the country for burdening the welfare system.