Around one in two people in Germany are fully inoculated against Covid, but infection rates are rising. Here's a look at why that's happening - and why it still pays to get vaccinated.
The pace of change today means schools are being challenged like never before to ensure their teaching remains relevant. How can you as a parent be sure your child is getting the education they need for tomorrow’s world?
2021 is set to be a hugely important year for German politics, but who will be given a say on the government to replace Merkel's? We take a look at who's eligible to vote this year.
From extended deadlines to special tax breaks, here's what you need to know about filing taxes in 2021.
Pressure is mounting on German authorities to review disaster warning systems after flooding claimed the lives of more than 170 people, injured hundreds, while the search for missing people continues.
The post-Brexit requirement for drivers from the UK to obtain a 'green card' from their insurance company before visiting Europe is set to be dropped after the European Commission agreed to waive the requirement.
So much of public life has reopened in Germany this summer, but lots of people are still doing their work from home. Many of us are itching for a change of scene, writes Sophie Shanahan.
After the summer, many states in Germany are planning to resume in-person teaching. But what are the rules for international students from virus variant areas such as India, Portugal, Russia and the United Kingdom?
Are we seeing the end of the big-city boom in Germany and a mass rural exodus? A new study shows that could very well be the case. In one city the population decline is particularly striking.
Austria is implementing a digital coronavirus immunity card. Here's what you need to know.