Providing international qualifications, tuition in English, a multicultural environment and lots of extra-curricular activities, a British school in Berlin prepares students for an international life.
As Chancellor Angela Merkel prepared to meet leading European finance figures in Berlin on Thursday evening, she stressed the need for a secure currency system to ensure economic growth.
Taxi customers in Munich, Cologne and Berlin get some of the best service in Europe – but pay for the privilege with some of the highest prices, according to test results published on Thursday by motorists’ organisation ADAC.
One of Germany’s high-profile ethnic Turkish footballers, Mesut Özil, has asked to sit out Friday’s match against Turkey to avoid angry Turkish fans – but has been told he has to play.
People laid flowers outside Apple shops in Germany in memory of the computer company’s dead founder Steve Jobs, who died aged 56 on Wednesday.
Kicking off a month focusing on Germany’s castles, palaces and crumbling ruins, The Local introduces 12 of the best – and one of the spookiest – royal locales.
A German book publisher is challenging Amazon and other electronic book makers by releasing a no-frills e-reader which undercuts the Kindle by nearly €40 euros.
Authorities in the north east of Germany are preparing for uproar at Polish plans to build a nuclear power station near the border.
This Week's Highlights: Max Liebermann in Hamburg, Samuel Beckett in Munich, and an ancient metropolis comes to life in Berlin.
Nearly one in three food supplements Germans can buy online from other countries contain dangerous or illegal substances, a consumer group has warned.
The German government will double civil servants’ Christmas money next year, in a turnaround of austerity measures introduced in 2006.
A national commemoration on Wednesday for 20 Namibian skulls seized by Imperial Germany a century ago provoked emotional calls for reparations for colonial-era abuses.