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Winds of change: The Bulletin's autumn issue is out now

20:02 26/09/2018

The new season is a time for embarking on fresh projects, whether in the workplace or in personal pursuits. The Bulletin's autumn issue is the perfect place to start, with 130 pages packed with news, analysis, advice and practical information about making the most of life in Belgium.

While Brexit leaves many of Brussels' British community in limbo, there's political change in the air at a more local level, too, with elections set to dominate the agenda over the coming year. We explore pertinent issues such as air pollution in the capital and the gradual rise of electric and hybrid vehicles.

As with any global city, the challenges facing Brussels are acute, but on a daily basis it’s human contact and personal interactions that determine the quality of our lives. So we also take a timely look at alternative ways of networking and how improv theatre classes can bring benefits in and out of work.

Pick up a copy of The Bulletin's new autumn issue at newsstands around the country or subscribe today to have the next four editions of the magazine sent directly to your door.

We hope you enjoy the read!

What's inside:

  • Brexit: As negotiatiors continue their discussions, we examine the potential impact on British EU officials
  • Amid growing concern about pollution in the capital, what can be done to improve the air we breathe?
  • Discover how politicians are making moves to persuade drivers away from diesel and into electric vehicles
  • Despite progressive legislation, LGBTI rights remain a work in progress. We speak to those on the front line
  • Our mutuelle friend: health insurance explained
  • Patients are increasingly calling on complementary therapies to treat everything from back pain to insomnia
  • When life gets tough, you can turn to support groups for practical advice and understanding
  • Four years of World War One commemorations come to an end with a series of sombre events around the country
  • Networking’s not what it used to be, so look beyond the usual suspects for your next prospective client
  • For those who hate the limelight, improv theatre might be surprisingly useful
  • Be it bellydancing, bachata or ballroom, there’s a dance class in Brussels to suit just about everyone
  • Vegan cuisine has come a long way, so now’s a great time to broaden your culinary horizons 
  • PLUS: The Bulletin directory covering everything from education to working life and transport
Written by The Bulletin