Brussels businesses to embrace zero-waste

Wednesday, 22 May 2019 15:19
Twelve businesses in Brussels, including supermarket chains, hotels and restaurants will receive a public grant to help them make the transition into a zero-waste business model.
No trains are stopping in Brussels’ Delta metro station after it was shut down due to a gas leak on Wednesday morning.
With the elections a few days away, the Climate Coalition has pointed out that "the right political climate must form the backbone of future governments."
Video game giant Nintendo has announced that a number of its games will soon not be available on the Belgian market due to Belgian legislation regarding in-game lootboxes.

Teen knocked over by car in Schaerbeek

Wednesday, 22 May 2019 11:31
A sixteen-year old was taken to the hospital after she was hit by a car in the Brussels municipality of Schaerbeek Tuesday morning.
Police have arrested two individuals over the discovery of two large plantations of marijuana in Brussels, authorities announced Wednesday.
A police officer has been suspended and authorities in Molenbeek are looking to launch an investigation after a bystander filmed the officer violently kicking the head of a man who was already pinned to the ground.

Man attacked by police in Molenbeek

Tuesday, 21 May 2019 18:12
A video showing a man being beaten up by police officers is currently circulating on social networks in Belgium, according to local media.
Brussels Airport Company is seeking a penalty of 50,000 euros for each affected flight in a suit it has filed against Skeyes to make sure the air-traffic control firm provides the services it requires, according to information obtained on the margins of a Tuesday press conference at the airport.
The far-right Flemish nationalist Vlaams Belang party is running a social media campaign as 'Party for the Animals - Flanders'.