Women then, women now

Article | 2 min. read | There is a major shift taking place in the way women look at themselves and their daily tasks. It is more about a reassessment of themselves at every stage of their lives than a feminist movement. Although women are by nature the […]

Heatwave inspired: News Deserts

Article | 4 min. read | News deserts are a phenomenon that was originally blown over from the United States. According to an American study, its gradual rise is dividing society and making life more expensive. As a young newsroom, that started during the pandemic, we compared local […]

GOD NEVER ASKS FOR MONEY BUT IS EXTREMELY WEALTHY: Jehovah’s Witnesses’ financial rulership revealed

Investigation | Longread 7 min. | The Jehovah's Witnesses are a large worldwide church community that most people know from their door-to-door visits and have been in the spotlight in recent years because of allegations of child abuse and the exclusion of former members. But how do they […]

A reflection on shifts in thinking during turbulent times and abortion: a prediction for the future or a relapse?

Article | 3 min. read | The world was shocked by the latest news of the set back of the abortion laws in the United States of America. A country that is generally known for its free-of-mind country and The American Dream where almost everything is possible. This […]

Cults: terrorism under the radar

Article | 3 min. read | Cults, we often know them from films or unreal stories somewhere far away on the other side of the world. Strange groups in the same costume, headed by a charismatic guru who always has the last word, and where strange rituals take […]

Transgressive behavior action plan in the Belgian media sector is a fact

Article | 1 min. read | Since 2017, transgressive behavior stories have been increasing in the media. In many sectors, it is being made more debatable. But an old culture of permissive behavior still ensured that complaints and reports were laughed off still too often. A few heavy […]

Women in alternative media: potential for greater diversity in reporting

Article | 3 min. read | Getting a realistic picture of the male-female ratio in media is essential. Research highlights this ratio primarily in traditional media. Within alternative reporting, there is still great potential for women. Every five years, the international survey Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) is […]

Flood in Flemish Brabant Part 2

Investigation | 6 min. read | When inhabitants of Flemish Brabant municipalities had to turn off their individual water taps on 20 May 2020, it turned out that water was flowing freely in other places in their municipality. Significant differences in water management indicate that harmonization of water […]

Flood in Flemish Brabant Part 1

Investigation | 6 min. read | What caused the flooding in the Flemish Brabant municipalities in the week of 20 May 2020? Why were severe drought measures imposed? What role did the water company and the inhabitants play in this? And why do final water bills seem to […]

Flood in Flemish Brabant Overview

Investigation | 1 min. read | Water, water, the rest comes later Taps and cisterns without water. Not fiction, but a reality that repeats itself. Last spring, Flemish Brabant (a province in Flanders) municipalities had the opportunity to experience this firsthand. An incident that not only raises questions […]