Brussels firefighters were called Monday at 9:46 AM to a fire at Le Centre Hospitalier Jean Titeca, rue de Luzerne in Schaerbeek, fire spokesman Walter Derieuw told Belga.
Residents and shopkeepers in and around the pedestrian zone in the centre of Brussels continue to experience problems caused by drugs traders and drunks, Bruzz reports.
The expansion that would have provided thousands of extra parking spaces for cars or bicycles parking lots around Brussels that Flemish Minister for Mobility, Ben Weyts (N-VA) promised in 2018, could now be postponed, according to Flemish MP, Lionel Bajart (Open Vld).
The Royal Greenhouses of the palace of Laeken are now open to the public once again, starting from 19 April (Friday) until 10 May, announced the Royal Palace.
If the soil of a plot of land in Brussels is polluted, four times out of ten the cause is fuel oil.
More than 100,000 flowers will decorate 13 historical rooms in the Brussels City Hall this summer during the yearly Flowertime event.
A burglar was arrested on April 12 after being tracked using the location services on a stolen mobile phone, according to the Brussels North police.
A stabbing took place on the Chaussée d'Anvers, not far from Yser metro station, on Thursday morning.
The reception centre for homeless people Samusocial, located at Poincaré boulevard, has been forced to reduce its number of beds available due to the massive presence of bed bugs.
The Brussels municipality of Anderlecht will provide every colonial monument in public spaces and the city hall with a panel of context, it announced.