13 times Bruce Springsteen in three months, superfan Frank follows his entire European tour: “But I’m not going to watch in Belgium” (Roeselare)

© Stefan Beel Bruce Springsteen will tour Europe in four months next year. In his wake, not only the famous The E Street Band, but also his Belgian superfan Frank Dufour (58) who follows him to eight countries and wants to see the Boss at least thirteen times. From the front row, otherwise he would … Read more

Roeselare: the man who voluntarily mowed down a cyclist charged with attempted murder

The 21-year-old motorist who deliberately knocked down a 67-year-old cyclist overnight from Friday to Saturday in Roeselare was presented to an investigating judge on Saturday. He was placed under arrest warrant for attempted murder. A psychiatrist will be appointed to carry out an expertise. The events date back to Friday, around 6:00 p.m., in Roeselare. … Read more

The man who voluntarily mowed down a cyclist in Roeselare charged with attempted murder

The 21-year-old motorist who deliberately knocked down a 67-year-old cyclist overnight from Friday to Saturday in Roeselare was presented to an investigating judge on Saturday. He was placed under arrest warrant for attempted murder. A psychiatrist will be appointed to carry out an expertise. The events date back to Friday, around 6:00 p.m., in Roeselare. … Read more

Tina from Roeselare channels frustrations by painting dolls

At the start of the corona crisis, Tina Van de Velde was diagnosed with autism. The 47-year-old Roeselaar channels her anger by painting dolls and making (often horrifying) creations. “Meanwhile, the anger has given way to satisfaction and this hobby has become an important outlet in my coping process.”

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“They are creepy, but they help me”, Tina (47) paints dolls to give her autism a place (Roeselare)

Tina Van De Velde shows her dolls and statues for the first time in K-Trolle Tina loves horror movies and that inspires her in her work. “It’s an outlet for my frustration and anger.” — © sbr Roeselare – At the start of the corona crisis, Tina Van de Velde was diagnosed with autism. The … Read more

10 percent of the school population of primary school De Plataan in Roeselare turns out to be positive after collective test

Because De Plataan in Roeselare was confronted last week with a sudden sharp increase in the number of infections with COVID-19 and the virus apparently started to spread very quickly, it was previously decided to leave four classes at home in quarantine. Together, about 100 children were infected or at high risk. Because many children … Read more