An investigation has been launched into the extortioner(s) who tried to blackmail food companies such as IJsberke and Jules Destrooper, confirmed the federal public prosecutor.
From May onwards, the Walloon government intends to test a new carpool lane on the E411 highway between Wavre and Brussels (Hermann-Debroux metro and bus station), using an existing bus lane as the template.
It’s estimated that 85% of the jobs that children growing up today will have as adults don’t currently exist.
Geneviève Lhermitte, the woman who murdered her five children one by one in 2007 as revenge on her husband, has been cleared for release from prison to a psychiatric institution.
The Flemish government has released 3 million euros for the creation of a mobile abattoir inspection team, the regional minister in charge of animal welfare, Ben Weyts (N-VA), announced on Thursday.

Belgians remain addicted to painkillers

Friday, 19 April 2019 12:19
The number of Belgians taking addictive morphine-like painkillers such as tramadol and oxycodone continues to rise, according to new figures.
Checks by the integrated police, FIPA, on public transport vehicles on Wednesday from 02.00 p.m. to 08.00 the Brussels-Capital region resulted in just over 900 infractions, the Federal Police announced on Thursday.
Prison terms no longer than three years will now be within the purview of the judicial authorities and will therefore no longer automatically entail electronic surveillance, under a bill just approved in Belgium’s legislature, Justice Minister Koen Geens indicated on Thursday.
The dry weather has increased the risk of fire in the province of Antwerp from code orange to red, reports the Agency for Nature and Forests.
The air cargo provider for Brussels and Liège airports has called for new measures to help combat strikes by the staff of air traffic control organisation Skeyes.