Monthly Archives: October 2013

“Low cost” funerals and cremation 2.0

Just over 100,000 people pass away in Belgium each year. It’s a stable market…and we all know that we will be a part of it one day (we hope it’s as far in the future as possible, obviously.) The funeral … Continue reading

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A Confederation…prior to an independent Flanders

The N-VA holds on to its “ideal”: independence for Flanders. While it waits for the Flemish people to follow, it advocates confederation. Flanders and Wallonia would leave only defense, security, finance and foreign affairs to the confederated state. And Brussels?  … Continue reading

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600 beers in competition

The second Brussels brewer’s competition was moved to Liège. It will merge with the “Liège Beer Lovers’ City” operation. Thanks to this, customers from about thirty cafés will be able to sample prize-winning beers.

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Leuven Gate rediscovered

A thirteenth century fortified wall was uncovered at a Treurenberg demolition site. Axa, the owner, has decided to restore it. It will be visible to the public.

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