In our roundup of news in Munich, we look at how sub-zero temperatures are affecting public transport, delve into this week's most unusual arrest and offer a sneak-peak inside the city's first ever cashier-less supermarket.
This week we talk about Christmas travel, gun laws in Germany after an alleged coup plot, why rents are increasing so fast, the negative experiences foreign residents have at German immigration offices before finishing with a festive quiz.
German manufacturer Rheinmetall will open a new domestic facility to produce equipment for its Gepard anti-aircraft guns, the company said Thursday after Bern banned Germany from sending Swiss-made Gepard munitions to Ukraine.
Battered old smartphones, ten-year old laptops and printers that have long since given up the ghost - these days everyone has at least one cupboard full of old electronics. But what's the best way to get rid of them in Germany? We tell you how.
Your right to paid time off when you’re unwell varies considerably from country to country. From how many days you can take to whether you’ll get your full salary and when you need a doctor’s note, here’s how the rules in Germany compare to elsewhere in Europe.
On Monday morning, climate protesters from the 'Last Generation' glued themselves to major streets. Police and politicians called for tougher penalties against the group, who bill themselves as carrying out civil disobedience.
The rate of increase in rents in the third quarter exceeded last year's figure in all of Germany, with two eastern states seeing the largest rises, according to new data from the Institute of the German Economy (IW).
Dual nationality, a Green revolution, unprecedented house-building - the promises made by Germany's traffic light coalition last year were endless. One year on, we look at how many they've been able to keep.
Germany’s federal and state governments agreed to split the cost of a €49 monthly nationwide transport ticket - at least for this year. But with future funding still uncertain, will the low-cost ticket survive long-term?
This week we talk about an alleged plot to overthrow the German government, a year of Chancellor Olaf Scholz, why Berlin street names are being changed, support to pay heating bills, Ukrainian refugees in Germany and tips on visiting the Bundesrepublik this Winter.
For Germany's second emergency 'Warning Day' Thursday, all cell phones were set to sound off at 11am, but many stayed silent. Here's the verdict from the country's latest attempt to check its emergency systems.
Planned industrial action by British border force staff is threatening to complicate or even ruin Christmas travel plans for thousands of people going between Germany and the UK over the festive period.