Almost 30 secure cameras have been installed at the neonatal unit of UZ Brussel, allowing anxious parents to see their newborn child outside limited visiting hours
Ten ambassadors in Flemish Brabant have been given the keys to brand-new electric cars, to be shared with friends and neighbours in a bid to reduce traffic and improve air quality
Environmental group teams up with Leuven brewing giant AB InBev to give new life to plastic mountain via 3D printing
Asian elephant Phyo Phyo has been put to sleep by vets following kidney failure, just a week after two-year-old Qiyo died suddenly
People over the age of 71 are no longer excluded from giving blood, provided they have done so in the past, helping the Red Cross meet the demand for donations
What will mobility in Brussels look like in 2030, and how can the city’s international community help shape that future?
As of Monday, the majority of the train’s journey from Brussels to Amsterdam will now be made using the high-speed rail network
Rudi Mannaerts of Sint-Andries church in Antwerp has installed gym equipment for his parishioners, to encourage them to move and to reflect on their faith