Car manufacturers in Belgium could get a 500 million euro fine if they don’t meet European CO2 emission targets by 2021.

Belgian pear producers are struggling

Sunday, 21 April 2019 01:43
Pear producers in Belgium are struggling because of ridiculously low prices and an over-abundant supply.
Demolition of the World Trade Centre Towers 1 & 2 has begun in Brussels.
Electric vehicles in Germany account for more CO2 emissions than diesel ones, according to a study by German scientists.
Swisscom and Ericsson announced on Wednesday that they have launched the first 5G network in Europe, two weeks after the opening of a countrywide 5G network in South Korea.
Supermarket chains in Belgium are prepared to enter into discussions aimed at rationalising the colour of the foil covering individual Easter eggs, the VRT reports.

Air Nostrum strike comes to an early end

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 18:06
The strike by pilots at Air Nostrum has ended following agreement between the Spanish airline and SEPLA, the union representing the pilots.
The metro station Botanique on the Brussels metro lines 2 and 6 was evacuated yesterday after youths started a fire on board a metro train.No-one was injured, and metro traffic was interrupted for a time before being re-established by around 20,40, Stib spokesperson Françoise Ledune said. The youths are thought…
The independent network of slow lanes (RAVeL) could be opened to self-driving vehicles, Federal Minister for Mobility François Bellot suggested on Tuesday during a debate on La Première (RTBF).
Live Nation, the US concert promoter, has taken over the operating company of Antwerp’s Sportpaleis, spokesperson for Live Nation Belgium Nele Bigaré announced today.