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Belgian income tax: The Bulletin's fully updated guide to filing your 2019 return

It's time to file your tax return again. 28 June is when the taxman wants your tax return; if you file online, you have another two weeks, until 11 July. Whether you are new to Belgium or have been filing your tax return here for years, you may have a number of questions. We will address some of...

12 Hours For Greece

12 Hours for Greece: a unique way to discover Greece, its culture, its food and its people!

Practice your Dutch

The organisation Bru-taal encourages foreign speakers to practice their Dutch through conversations with native speakers of this language.

20km Brussels for Retrak

Take part in the 20km of Brussels and help transform the lives of street children

Rihanna

The R&B singer with DJ Calvin Harris.

Imelda May

Rocking & rousing sultry live sensation with support act The Boppin' Benvis Brothers

Hasbro has spoken: Manneken Pis must don trunks for Monopoly

The designers of the new Brussels version of the immortal Monopoly board game have not been able to convince American mega-corporation Hasbro that the Manneken Pis should appear on the box au naturel . Hasbro, owner of the board game that is produced in more than 100 countries around the world,...

Seafood Expo quits Brussels for Barcelona after 28 years

One of the biggest trade fairs to visit Brussels each year has announced it is quitting the Belgian capital in 2021, preferring Barcelona instead. Thousands of hotel rooms across the capital are fully booked when the Seafood congress comes to Brussels Expo every spring. The largest seafood fair in...

These are Brussels' two best wine bars, experts say

The Bar du Canal on Rue Dansaert and L'Etiquette, near the Abbaye de la Cambre, have been voted the two best wine bars in Brussels by a panel of wine experts. Judges from the Inter Wine & Dine oenology school visited 22 wine bars in central Brussels and some of the neighbouring municipalities...

Flemish parliament set to reopen, with or without government in place

The Flemish Parliament will open for the 2019-2020 session as planned on Monday, 23 September. If no Flemish government is in place by then, the opening will go ahead without the traditional September Declaration to begin proceedings. If the government has been formed by 23 September, the plenary...

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