Kenza Isnani, whose parents Habiba and Ahmed were shot dead by a militant far-right neighbour, is seeking to rename part of the Schaerbeek street in which the murders unfolded after her deceased parents.
Colruyt has started home deliveries with its Collect&Go service in five Brussels communes under a pilot project that will continue until autumn, the supermarket chain announced on Tuesday.
Job Dignity, a nonprofit organisation for homeless women, has challenged incoming Brussels MPs to donate part of their salary to a fund for homeless women in the capital.
The municipality of Ixelles is thinking about opening the newly 'car-free' Chaussée d'Ixelles for the cars of residents.
Gold-coloured clothing will be spread out in the streets of Brussels on 7 and 8 May to draw public attention to some 10,000 migrant children missing in Europe since 2015.
Brussels transport company STIB will "temporarily" relocate its bus stops located at Gare du Nord due to health and safety concerns, according to a company spokesperson.
Several thousands of employees from the social profit sector are expected in Brussels for a demonstration on Tuesday.
A new bus line was on Monday inaugurated by public transport operator STIB, which will link the south and center of Uccle to Forest municipality's future metro station Albert.
A complaint for ongoing "illegal funding" has been lodged at the European Commission against public cleaning company Bruxelles Propreté (ABP), the association who lodged the complaint said on Monday.
A Brussels municipality elementary school addressed a note to parents of children practising Ramadan, saying it could not be held responsible if fasting children became faint or sick during school hours.