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Following the discovery of a weakness in its concrete structure, Brussels mobility decided to close part of the viaduct on Saturday morning.
Brussels French- and Dutch-speaking universities ULB and VUB are launching konekt.brussels today, a new concept that sees a number of activities and infrastructural changes carried out in order to
A surprise find for workers in Parvis de Saint-Gilles: two complete skeletons, believed to be 300 years old.
The most popular boy's name in Brussels is Adam, and the most popular girl's name is Lina, according to data from the Directorate-General for Statistics.
Three Brussels bicycle clubs will hold a guerrilla picnic on Brussels' Rue de la Loi on Friday to demand more space for cyclists and pedestrians on the busy road, writes Bruzz.
On 14 October, Brussels native Patrick Van Hoorebeek hopes to become the first Belgian to be elected mayor of an American city, reports Bruzz.
From 1 September, access to the pedestrian zone at Rue du Midi and Rue des Grands Carmes will be governed by retractable bollards, writes Bruzz.
Every mayor of Brussels has been immortalised with a bust in the staircase of City Hall since the tradition started in 1830, but a new petition making the rounds aims to prevent the ci
The Belgian municipalities with the lowest number of cars are all in Brussels, reports Bruzz based on figures from the FPS Mobility and Transport.