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Workers and their families who arrive in Brussels have plenty to keep them busy, sorting out residence permits, school enrolments, work contracts – and where they’re going to live.
Arguably the capital’s most popular participatory event, Car-Free Sunday sees traffic banned across the Brussels-Capital Region.
Ahead of the Bulletin debate Brussels Moves! on Thursday 26 April, we'd like to hear your views on how to make our city a better place.
Belgium’s green parties – Ecolo and Groen – have officially launched a research project into the possibility of staging a second car-free day in Brussels.
Whether you’ve lived in Belgium for a while or are fresh off the boat, you’ll find something to pique your interest at ING’s first-ever Expat Information & Family Fair, which takes place on 8 N
It’s official: Laura Groeseneken from Leuven will represent Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest next year in Lisbon.
Three Brussels bicycle clubs will hold a guerrilla picnic on Brussels' Rue de la Loi on Friday to demand more space for cyclists and pedestrians on the busy road, writes Bruzz.
Belgium's annual alternative music festival Pukkelpop kicked off on Wednesday as ticket-holders to the four-day event arrived in droves.
The 48th edition of the Dodentocht, or 'death march' on Saturday saw 8,582 participants reach the finish line after completing the gruelling 100km tour through Antwerp province, the or