Motorists in Germany have never shelled out so much to fill up their cars, as fuel costs reached an all-time high in 2011, according to drivers' association ADAC.
German industrial output rose in October, data showed on Wednesday, but analysts said the eurozone's biggest economy may still not be able to avoid a contraction at the end of the year.
A German janitor who decided to take a peek in a box she had walked past a hundred times, discovered more than 170 ancient coins worth millions of euros.
Germany’s upstart Pirate Party seems to be losing the wind from its sails – the latest political opinion poll suggests it is supported by just six percent of voters – down from nine percent a few weeks ago.
Germany on Wednesday poured cold water on hopes for a decisive breakthrough at an EU summit over the coming two days that has been dubbed the last chance to save the beleaguered euro.
A group of allotment owners in northern Germany have been told to turn over a new leaf after they set a limit on how many people with foreign roots should be allowed to join their garden community.
Frankfurt’s Städel Museum is preparing to display a work by Italian Renaissance master Raphael that was once considered a copy, but is now believed to be his authentic portrait of Pope Julius II.
German television viewers will no longer be blasted by loud adverts, now private broadcasters agreed to join state groups in turning down the volume of their adverts.
One in ten Germans grind their teeth – a phenomenon largely associated with stress – and the number of people affected seems to be increasing, according to the country’s dentists.
Borussia Dortmund failed to make the Champions League's knock-out round after French club Olympique Marseille sealed a dramatic 3-2 win on Tuesday night.