With the election coming up, Caitlin Hardee examines how likely it is that the future government will reform its laws on holding more than one nationality - a topic that affects many foreigners in Germany.
If getting settled in a new country wasn't challenging enough, many internationals arriving in Germany find getting their power supply organized a baffling experience.
After 16 years in power, Angela Merkel is set to retire as chancellor following a general election on September 26th, leaving a gaping hole in German politics. Here's what you need to know about this game-changing election.
Women are rising to the top in many industries. But reaching your full potential often requires a mid-career springboard. Three female leaders, from companies including Ericsson and H&M Group, tell us about the MBA that gave them new skills and greater confidence.
The Local compiles stories about the German election that you should know about. Here's our roundup today on the FDP's immigration plea, the latest polls and how chancellor candidates are dealing with brilliant questions from kids.
People with a travel pass in many parts of Germany will be able to travel for free in other local public transport networks for the next two weeks.
A new German study warns about the economic consequences of another shutdown - and says 2G rules, which exclude unvaccinated people from many public settings, would cost less.
The Local has heard reports of US citizens being refused bank accounts in Germany - or even having their accounts closed after they open them. Here's what's going on.
Angela Merkel is leaving office after 16 years with high approval ratings and at a time of her own choosing. How might Germans look back on her time in office? Aaron Burnett explores her legacy and how she's influencing the next chancellor.
There have been a lot of big changes in travel between Germany and the UK since the end of the Brexit transition period, but now the UK has introduced another - a new sticker requirement for British drivers.
People in Germany who can't work because they've been ordered into quarantine are entitled to receive pay. But some states plan to remove this right for unvaccinated people - a proposal backed by the German Health Minister.
These apps will give you the perfect head-start when you arrive in Germany, helping you to make friends, use your language skills, connect with neighbours and keep up with what's going on.
A letter by Austrian Labor Minister Martin Kocher (ÖVP) states that unemployed people can’t turn down a job because it requires a Covid-19 vaccine.