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13 February national strike: Here's what to expect

A nationwide day of strike action on Wednesday (13 February), led by three main trade unions, will have a significant impact on flights, public transport, schools and other public services. Flights Belgian air traffic controller Skeyes has limited air traffic capacity to 50% during the strike for...

Tickets please: Snap up a De Lijn bus at auction

Transport company De Lijn is selling off some of its old buses at auction, from just €450. Between them, the 30 buses have driven more than half a million kilometres, and the sale is part of the company’s modernisation of its fleet to make it more environmentally friendly. The Jonckheere vehicles...

Salon du Chocolat: a celebration of Belgium’s chocolate culture

Discover the delicious world of chocolate and cocoa at the Salon du Chocolat, which returns for its sixth edition at Tour and Taxis from 22 to 24 February. The most indulgent weekend of the year offers a packed programme of events, from demonstrations and workshops to chocolate pairings and a fashion show. 

Bach concert - Chapelle des Minimes

Our Bach cantatas resume their spiritual voyage in this period after Epiphany but before Lent.  The broad themes are moderation and submission to God’s will; yet Bach’s rich and complex music lends these ideas new meaning.  Between the two cantatas, we offer a première of a rare work by Johann Valentin Meder. His contrasting elements - death and life, grief and hope - are depicted in a highly expressive composition recalling Bach’s early cantatas.

Expert panel at British School to look at jobs of the future

According to a study carried out by a co-operative of Belgian organisations in 2017, one in five people working in Belgium felt helpless in the face of an ever-changing digital society. Even if they spent the day working in front of a computer, workers confessed that they were certain their digital...

Yoga Retreat in India

Tired of everyday hustle and hectic life? If you’re looking for a relaxing getaway of a week then the yoga retreat in India at the Rishikesh Yoga Club is here to give you just what you need. Following the everyday same and busy routine makes one dull. A person has nothing much to look forward to after a while. A good yoga getaway once in a while is very important to revitalize and energise yourself, so that you finally start looking at life with a better perspective.

Free Yoga Teacher Training Scholarships

The main reason of designing the yoga scholarships 2019 is the fact it is trusted that Yoga ought to be accessible for all paying little respect to riches and foundation. The expense of yoga teacher training in rishikesh should in no way be an obstruction to an enthusiastic student satisfying their longing to wind up as a yoga educator.

Evening Lecture: KEEP CALM & GET THINGS DONE

Overview
2019 promises to be another fast-paced and exhilarating year. 
We all start with great intentions, but let’s face it, our busy and demanding lives quickly get in the way.  As soon as stress strikes again, our new year’s resolutions go out the window, leaving us frustrated and demotivated.

Does that sound familiar? You’re not the only one!

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New-look Bourse station includes art space and bike parking

Bourse metro station - which welcomes two million passengers per year - has gone through such a metamorphosis that it is unrecognisable. With a budget of €15 million and more than two years of construction, the station is light-filled with a generous use of LED - which combines low energy...

50kph limit and fewer lanes on two motorways into Brussels

The Brussels government has approved cutting the speed limit to 50kph on two major motorway approaches to the city: the A12 from Antwerp and the E40 from Liège and Leuven. Drivers heading into the capital will have to slow down from 120 to 50 when they enter the Brussels region - at Heysel on the...

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