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The Belgian Taxi Federation (FeBeT) will send an ultimatum to the federal and Brussels governments requesting they put a stop to the alternative taxi service Uber by 1 September, announced the fede
The Brussels-Capital Region has decided to file a conflict of interest procedure against the federal government over the number of flights from Brussels Airport taking the canal route over heavily
The City of Brussels has a new logo, featuring the image of its patron saint, Michael, stylised into something similar to the logo of cartoon character Batman.
Some 350 lorries blocked traffic on the inner Ring Road in Brussels yesterday, a demonstration organised by three road haulage industry federations.
Flemish culture minister Sven Gatz and Brussels minister Pascal Smet (pictured) have joined forces to seek a solution to the dispute over the closure of radio station FM Brussel, which was
In Belgium yesterday, a commemorative coin for the Battle of Waterloo was presented, despite France’s veto
When negotiators from the US arrive in July for the latest round of talks with the EU on the creation of a new free trade agreement between the two economic blocs, they will be arriving in a Europe
More than 20,000 people have signed up to join a class-action lawsuit brought by Belgium’s consumer organisation Test-Achats against the rail authority SNCB.
The €19.7 million paid by the federal government to Brussels Airlines, Jetairfly (now known as TUI Airlines) and Thomas Cook does not constitute illegal state aid, the commercial court in Brussels