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Investigators believe they have found one source of the outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease that has killed two people and infected a further 30 in Evergem, the Agency for Care and Health (AZG
Two people from Evergem, just north of Ghent, have now died from Legionnaires’ disease, creating concern among the town’s residents.
The City of Ghent has filed a legal complaint against Catherine de Zegher, the director of the city’s Museum of Fine Arts, who has been suspended since early last year.
Coca-Cola European Partners has announced an investment of €28 million in its manufacturing facility in Ghent. The plant was established in the south of the city exactly 50 years.
According to a study commissioned by the Belgian chapter of Greenpeace, Ghent is the country’s most-liveable city when it comes to sustainable mobility and air quality.
The traffic plan that came into force in Ghent last year has succeeded in drastically lowering the amount of nitrogen dioxide in the air, according to Flanders Environment Agency, which has
In the first decision of its kind in Belgium, a Ghent court has ruled in favour of two Muslim women who filed a complaint against two public swimming pools for not allowing them to wear ‘burkinis’
As if art admirers needed another reason to see ‘The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb’ following restoration, a remarkable discovery has been made concerning the title character itself.
From Flanders Today: Ghent restaurant Chambre Séparée is at number six on this year’s Opinionated About Dining’s ranking of the best restaurants in Europe.