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Belgium’s stable housing market doesn’t lend itself to a quick profit, so here’s what to bear in mind before you step on to the property ladder.
Buoyed by the success of the first edition, the second – probably annual – Freelance Business Day takes place on 29 March in Brussels.
Artistic, interactive and playful light installations are all the rage, though they’re usually a holiday-related thing.
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
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.