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started by: Frites 'n' Mayo · last update: 1429017152 · posted: 1428603327

I need to book an interpreter for a stand I am preparing at a trade fair. Can anyone recomend a reputable interpreting agency please?

started by: viaart · last update: 1428970003 · posted: 1428970003

Hello! Today I was notified by the police that I have been refused residence in Belgium and have 30 days to leave Belgium. Background: EU citizen, living in Belgium for 5 years, previously working for the EU and currently as job-seeking. I always registered and declared everything as required with the local authorities, police, communes; moreover the EU services assisted me in that..  The decision I received is from Office des Etrangers arguing that I have no real employment chances (strangely enough whatsoever).  Can anyone pls advise what I should do? I asked the EU for assistance but can anyone give other tips (for plan B)? I'm not a lawyer but that would be bizzare and conflcts with EU free movement. 

started by: serena-124406 · last update: 1428442570 · posted: 1425589843

I have got some time on my hands and I would like to volunteer for a children or animal charity. Can anyone give me any suggestions?

started by: waffling on · last update: 1427208906 · posted: 1425980348

We are thinking of taking a short break in Europe, flying out of Brussels. Does anyone have a suggestion to share with me?

started by: Catherineh-1000738 · last update: 1426862042 · posted: 1426796920

Hi We are moving from Belgium shortly and discovered that Belgian removal companies consistently require full payment before international removals. Our experience has previously been that a balance is paid on completion and when possessions are delivered to the new location.  With this in mind I would really appreciate some feedback on specific companies based on your personal experiences of moving. Have any readers used Putters, Dockx or Servaes? If so could you let me know how it went? Many thanks 

started by: pond · last update: 1426759053 · posted: 1426506176

I would like to advetise my chalet in Basse Normandy France, can anyone give me a good Belgiem  site that I can advertise in belgium also a dutch one. Thank you.   Thank you. 

started by: Pascalesz · last update: 1425980117 · posted: 1425035056

I have few interested individuals who wish to attend a group session on the social and business culture in Belgium. There are a few spots left before we can confirm the session. Anyone interested?leave me a note on pascalesztum@gmail.com 

started by: simplyfrench-639340 · last update: 1424982874 · posted: 1424424335

I need to move a Van full of furniture and boxes from Brussels to Mayenne , France. Can anyone give me advice where to look? I am organizing this from Overseas so not so easy.   Is ther anyone with a van willing to help me moving ?   thanks 

started by: Year in Brussels · last update: 1424982817 · posted: 1424271831

I need to buy some high heeled shoes for my friend's wedding but I don't want any leather at all. I obviosly don't want them to look tacky and that is often the danger with fake leather. Any suggestions for a shop in Brussels I could go to?

started by: saffy-124396 · last update: 1424724579 · posted: 1424724579

Can anyone recommend a professional singing coach who speaks English please?

started by: lilly-124479 · last update: 1424724517 · posted: 1423744042

Does anyone know where I might be able to buy a portable mini projector for a presentation I have to give next week? Thanks for your help.

started by: eve-123422 · last update: 1424271756 · posted: 1177602272

Wondering if anyone knows where I can get a good choice of wedding dresses?

started by: Year in Brussels · last update: 1423744082 · posted: 1423501208

I would like to surprise my other half with a Valentine's day out this saturday. Can anyone think of something romantic and origianl in Brussels? Keeping in mind that we don't have a car. Thanks in advance!

started by: Mattress Man · last update: 1423155795 · posted: 1392295911

Hi, Can anyone suggest the more popular free magazines / news papers in Belgium? English or French language please. Regards, Martin

started by: EU lady · last update: 1423139650 · posted: 1423139650

I am fed up with my flimsy umbrellas blowing inside out and generally being feeble! Can anyone recommend a place in central Brussels where I can invest in a really sturdy brolly please?

started by: oscar-130276 · last update: 1423139593 · posted: 1423139593

Are there any other ESL teachers out there who have some nice online resources to share with me? I have intermediate and advanced level students.

started by: Year in Brussels · last update: 1421850023 · posted: 1420798750

Happy new year to all my fellow AI usesrs! What are your new year's resolutions? I aim to eat less sugar but I am not doing well so far!

started by: George-123359 · last update: 1420024632 · posted: 1418401896

Whoa, more changes on AngloINFO? You guys have been busy? Yes! Hot on the heels of AngloINFO Jobs, we’re launching another new section which is critical to expat life – AngloINFO Jobs. We’re testing it out on French Riviera at the moment, and will make a big announcement once we’ve ironed out any bugs that we come across and are ready to roll it out to the rest of the AngloINFO world. In the meantime, feel free to look around and use it, and if you come across any issues, just let us know.   What is AngloINFO Jobs and what can it do for me? AngloINFO Jobs is the name of the new jobs, careers and recruitment section on AngloINFO. Here, you can search through hundreds of thousands of job vacancies to find the one that’s perfect for you, wherever in the world you are (or want to be!). You can access the new AngloINFO Jobs section from anywhere on AngloINFO by clicking on “Jobs” in the top navigation bar.   If you’re an active job seeker, or interested in browsing vacancies in case that dream job shows up, AngloINFO Jobs has some great functionality to help you find relevant jobs. Register on AngloINFO Jobs and you can: search hundreds of thousands of vacancies – in your local area and around the world upload your CV so recruiters and headhunters can find you sign up for job alert emails so you never miss out create an online profile connect AngloINFO Jobs to your LinkedIn profile search for opportunities by location, industry or contract type If you’re an employer or a recruiter, AngloINFO Jobs is the place to advertise your vacancies. Not only will your job be advertised to candidates already living in your local area, but it will also be seen across the entire AngloINFO network whenever a job hunter’s search matches your job. This ensures that you get the maximum exposure for your job ad and a better chance of finding the perfect candidate.   I’m looking for a job. What’s the best way for me to use AngloINFO Jobs? There are a number of ways in which AngloINFO Jobs can help you find the perfect job in your dream location. Start by using the job search on the AngloINFO Jobs landing page. You can search by Job Title or Location, or you by Sector using the Advanced Search List of Categories. Once you’ve done a search, save it! Enter a title for the search you’ve just done and your email address, and we’ll let you know every time a new job matching your search criteria is added. That way you can be sure you never miss out on a job for which you’d be perfect. Click on “Upload CV” in the top menu bar to create an account and upload your CV. Once your CV is online, recruiters and headhunters can find and contact you with opportunities that they think you’d be suited to.   I’m looking for someone to fill a vacancy. What’s the best way for me to use AngloINFO Jobs? If you have a job to advertise, then AngloINFO Jobs is the best place to find the right candidates. Not only will your job vacancy be shown on all AngloINFO sites whenever someone searches for criteria matching your job, but as a job advertiser you’ll also be able to view the CVs of candidates in our database who match your requirements. So you can actively seek the perfect person.   Why can’t I add new posts to the Jobs Wanted and Jobs Offered Classifieds categories? The new AngloINFO Jobs section offers many more features to help you actively find or advertise jobs. Over the next few weeks we’ll phase out jobs from the Classifieds altogether, so we’ve switched off the option to add new ones. We hope that you’ll advertise your job via AngloINFO Jobs so that you can see the results for yourself. I have paid for a Featured Classified in one of the jobs categories. What will happen to my ad? If you have a live Featured Classified in one of the jobs categories, it will still show in whichever category you paid for it to appear in. If your ad is still live when we switch off the jobs classifieds, we’ll migrate you over to the new AngloINFO Jobs section – but don’t worry, we’ll email you in advance to let you know what will happen. If you’d rather move your job ad to the new AngloINFO Jobs section now, just contact us and we’ll be happy to help.   What will happen to existing basic job Classifieds? We hope that people with basic job Classifieds will decide to advertise their properties in the new AngloINFO Jobs section so that they can take advantage of the powerful new features. Eventually, existing basic ads will disappear when we switch off the jobs sections of the Classifieds but we’ll email everyone in advance to let them know what to expect.

started by: oscar-130276 · last update: 1419264285 · posted: 1419264285

I am looking for a few sprig of holly for a decoration my wife is planning to make for the christmas dinner table. I am in Ixelles. where can I go to find some please?

started by: yael-125230 · last update: 1419003808 · posted: 1419003808

I would like to buy some animal charity christmas cards for my friends. Can anyone give me an idea where I can find these in Brussels please?

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