Headlines Friday 8 May

The Brussels citizen movement, “No Question”, are demanding that Zaventem Airport abandon their new project with DHL. The activist movement fear a significant increase in flights and noise pollution after the airport struck a deal with the delivery company to ship their orders; a deal that cost DHL 114 million euros.

A new Marks & Spencer opened on Thursday, on l’avenue de la Toison d’Or. The grandiose opening was met with huge queues, and major faces were present such as company CEO Marc Bolland, and even Belgium’s British ambassador, Alison Rose.

A jeweller in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre was robbed on Wednesday afternoon. Three people were quickly arrested, however, strangely, not all of the stolen items have been returned.

The homeless community in Flagey have returned to their spot outside their local Delhaize, after weeks of the store attempting to get rid of them. The store have made headlines in recent weeks after they installed anti-homeless devices, that were later removed due to the grievances of the local residents.