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6,000 march in Brussels for migration secretary to quit

More than 6,000 people joined a demonstration on Saturday calling for the resignation of Belgium's asylum and migration secretary Theo Francken for his decision to expel Sudanese migrants back to their country of origin last summer. Representatives from about 20 human rights associations were among...

Océade closure confirmed for 30 September

Océade water park next to the Atomium will close for good on 30 September, management have confirmed. The attraction, which employs 67 staff, is making way for a new leisure development on the Heysel site, Neo, which will include shops, a Kinepolis cinema and Spirouland theme park. Staff were...

1st Viewfinders meeting 2018

Join us for the 1st Viewfinders meeting in 2018.
We start this year with a special guest speaker Bert Stephani on Sports and Action.

Belgian doctors braced for flu epidemic

Doctors and hospital staff in Belgium are preparing themselves for a surge in flu cases - as this winter's strain of the virus reaches epidemic levels in neighbouring countries including France and the UK. While the number of reported Belgian cases remains below the epidemic threshold - which is...

One man’s trash: Eight of the best flea markets in Belgium

Prondelmarkt A lively flea market is held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings on a cobbled square behind Ghent’s Sint-Jacobskerk. Dealers set up folding tables piled with ancient electrical appliances, crates of vinyl records, dusty vases and the occasional stuffed boar. The mood is lively,...

The Bulletin radio show on Bruzz: 14 January

Brussels Commissioner Alain Hutchinson New year, new people settling in Brussels... Our guest on The Bulletin radio show is the Brussels Commissioner for Europe and International Organisations Alain Hutchinson - whose job is to build bridges between the Brussels authorities and the expat community...

Meet the Brussels expat: Adam Gerencser

My roots are Hungarian, though owing to the nomadic impulses of my parents I grew up on the move, mostly in Germany, North Africa and Australia. Then, as a student in Aberystwyth, Wales, I met my brilliant best friend Gina from Malaysian Borneo. A decade ago she became my wife. Pursuing a childhood...

Hit-and-run incidents lead to community action in Schaerbeek

The citizen’s platform 1030/0 held a community event in Schaerbeek on Sunday to both remember the victims who have been hit by cars in the municipality over the last two months and demand action from authorities. The neighbourhood group formed last autumn in the wake of a hit-and-run that killed...

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