Breaking News: Apartment Fire in Houdeng – Neighbor Neglects to Alert Handicapped Residents

2023-11-24 17:10:00 It was around 7 p.m. this Thursday evening when one of the apartments in the building located at no. 96 rue de la Jobrette in Houdeng caught fire. The tenant of this ground floor accommodation was busy taking a shower when he noticed that a fire was breaking out. Fortunately, the man got … Read more

Mentally Handicapped Young Man Found Dead at Land of Wonders Center in Trembleur – Investigation Underway

2023-11-14 16:52:35 This Tuesday morning around 10:30 a.m., a 22-year-old mentally handicapped young man was found dead at the “Le Pays des Merveilles” center in Trembleur, in the commune of Blegny. The young man was discovered lifeless in his room. Although he had marks on his neck, the forensic doctor who went to the scene … Read more

Disability Parking Space Tensions in Leuze: Neighbor Conflict Escalates

2023-11-10 13:00:00 Michel (not his real name) has had a disabled card for several years. In his street, in Leuze, several places are reserved for people with reduced mobility. But there is not always room to park your own vehicle despite the card which allows it. Michel’s neighbor, Faris (not his real name), is also … Read more

Handicap Parking Challenges: Sabrina’s Struggle and Legal Consequences

2023-10-21 08:40:00 The latest report was received just this Friday, and Sabrina is starting to have enough. ******* ********* ** ********* **** ** ** **** ****** ***** ******* **** ********* ** ******** *** ** ******* ****** *** ******* ** ************ ** ************* ************** ** **** ************** **** ** ******** *** ********** ** ****** ******* ** … Read more

Christian Saint-Ghislain’s Battle for Hedge Maintenance: A Story of Neglect and Determination

2023-09-28 16:31:24 Christian Saint-Ghislain, 67, is fed up. He occupies social housing belonging to Center Habitat on rue des Violettes. For years, he has been fighting for the maintenance of the hedge that borders his land, which he has to walk along to enter his home. “I moved in 1981,” he recalls. At the time, … Read more

Director Miyake Shô’s Latest Film, The Beauty of the Gesture, Gains International Recognition and Shines Spotlight on Deaf Boxer Keiko Ogasawara

2023-09-27 00:00:12 Director Miyake Shô is very popular abroad for some of his films such as Playback (2012) et And your bird can sing (2018). His eighth feature film, The Beauty of the gesture, was shot on 16mm, which is something he says he always wanted to do. The film was screened in Berlin in … Read more