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Cutting traffic, fighting air pollution and making the city's streets cleaner are the top priorities for expats in Brussels, according to a wide-ranging survey of the international community
Thanks to a healthy population of Italians and Belgo-Italians, the Brussels food scene has no shortage of ristorantes, trattorias and, of course, pizzerias serving steaming hot rounds of dough, tom
Parking 58, the iconic multi-storey car park in the heart of Brussels, closes its doors on Monday for good.
Brussels residents are generally quite satisfied with life in the city, according to a three-yearly survey by the European Commission.
True to tradition, the Order of the Brussels Moustache on Sunday voted Jean-Pierre De Norre as 'Schuunste Moestasj van' t Joer' for his exceptional moustache, reports De Standaard.
About one in 10 Belgians will be diagnosed with diabetes by 2030, according to VUB professor Dimitri Aerden, who predicts a 'tsunami of diabetics' in the coming years.
Young people in Belgium are not as handy around the house as they would like to be, according to a study commissioned by DIY chain Gamma.
Bruges and Hasselt are the most cycling-friendly cities in Belgium, according to a survey by Test-Achats which last year polled 4,500 residents from 12 Belgian cities, writes Knack.
Belgium places near the bottom of a worldwide ranking on the daily exercise habits of young children, write various media based on a report by the University of Leuven, Ghent Universit