The Brussels’ Saint-Jacques neighbourhood, a preferred nightlife spot for members of the LGBTQ community, has created a nightlife charter, the first of its kind in the Belgian capital.

Poor-quality drinking water and late or partial payment of wages are among the substandard working conditions faced by crews on international ships and denounced by trade unions at a protest on Monday in the Port of Ghent.

Electric scooter company Lime has announced that it will offer free rides to voters heading to the polls on Sunday in cities across Europe, in a move meant to promote participation in the upcoming European Parliament election.

In five Flemish train stations, there will no longer be personnel of the Belgian railway company NMBS/SNCB on the platforms, to make up for the shortage of staff in larger stations.

A new regional airline operating with a fleet of small aeroplanes out of Antwerp International Airport will aim to sweep “niche markets” up in the air towards as-of-yet unknown destinations.

Two new victims of Legionella bacteria have been reported in the canal area in Ghent, bringing the number to 23, the Flemish health agency Zorg en Gezondheid said on Monday.
Several Italian trade unions have called on pilots, and cabin and ground crew, to put down their work on Tuesday.
The euro was the currency most used for exports from the EU in 2018, the European statistical office, Eurostat, reported on Monday, but the U.S. dollar was used more to pay for imports.
The Belgian federal police’s special units on Monday inaugurated their new, state-of-the-art training centre, an EU-backed project aimed at better fighting terrorism and organised crime.
The Brussels police arrested three migrants who wanted to spend the night at the De Lijn bus stops under the Gare du Nord during the weekend of 18 and 19 May.
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