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Fire broke out early on Friday morning on the outside of the timber-frame Danish Tavern, a restaurant in Brussels' Rue de la Bourse.
The large water fountain at Brussels' Mont des Arts is open again, after more than a year of renovations. Minister Jan Jambon was present for the reopening ceremony, writes Bruzz.
To tackle the problem of traffic congestion in the capital, the Brussels-Capital Region has come up with a mobility plan that requires employers to also offer a bicycle or train pass t
Brussels residents are generally quite satisfied with life in the city, according to a three-yearly survey by the European Commission.
Following a successful pilot project in Antwerp, it is now Brussels' turn to recruit more local police agents.
The Royal Galleries of Saint-Hubert, Brussels' famous glazed shopping arcade, is celebrating its 170th anniversary with the installation of a a new, dynamic and ecological lighting sys
The Koninklijk Atheneum Koekelberg, a secondary school in the Brussels municipality of Koekelberg, has had enough of students coming to school in training trousers, or tracksuits.
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 250 people gathered in Brussels on Saturday to take part in the March for Science, a series of rallies and marches originating in Washington, D.C., and held in more than 600 othe