European Dairy Farmers Unite in Brussels for Fair Pay Demonstration

The protest, organized by the European Milk Board (EMB), aimed to highlight the financial struggles faced by farmers and drew attention to the declining number of young people entering the agricultural sector

Belgium Pioneers EU Legislation to Combat Musculoskeletal Disorders in the Workplace

Musculoskeletal disorders, including back, shoulder, wrist, and elbow pain, are among the most prevalent work-related health issues in Belgium. These disorders often result from repetitive tasks, poor posture, and strenuous physical activities

Brussels Rebukes Bulgaria for Missing Energy Efficiency Report

The directive in question mandates that national authorities establish minimum energy performance requirements for buildings aimed at achieving the best balance between investment costs and energy savings, a concept known as "optimal cost levels."

Crisis in Belgian Dutch-language Schools: Rising Absences and Mental Health Struggles among Pupils

The CLB's latest report reveals a significant rise in "problematic" absences, with the number of affected pupils growing by more than a quarter in the last school year (2022-2023)

Belgian Man Acquitted of Drunk Driving Due to Rare Auto-Brewery Syndrome

A Belgian man has been acquitted of drunk driving charges after it was revealed that he suffers from Auto-Brewery Syndrome (ABS), a rare medical condition where the body produces alcohol internally

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