Andreas Oberauer's daily commute requires him to take a cable car to nearly 3,000 metres above sea level.
Germany's economy minister has announced measures to protect the country from what Berlin sees as the growing economic threat from China and the US.
Self-shredding Banksy painting goes on display in Germany
German airline Germania files for insolvency
"You know that I am no longer CDU president, so I will now close my Facebook page," Merkel said in a video message.
Greenpace activists on Thursday demonstrated outside the offices of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, urging politicians to quickly implement the country's Coal Commission report.
Three refugees have been arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack, federal prosecutors said.
Germany has agreed to shut down all coal-fired electricity plants by 2038.
A man in Germany sued his local city authorities for discrimination over the introduction of female-only parking spaces.
The deputy head of Germany's Police Officers' Union, Michael Mertens, supported the introduction of a limit on Friday, calling it "crazy" that some people legally drive at 200 - 250 km/h.
'A hard Brexit must be avoided'.
Berlin says it's over safety concerns and the suspicion that the airline is being used for military purposes by Iran's Revolutionary Guards, as well as for terrorist activities.
Fashion pieces made out of ocean waste among others were on display at the first Neonyt – the global hub for sustainable fashion.
Germany is considering whether to block Huawei from its 5G networks amid concerns over security, according to reports
A hundred years ago, on January 19, 2019, German women were allowed to vote and be elected for the first time in history on a national level. As many as 37 of them even won seats at the national assembly.
A German commuter who knitted a row every time her train was delayed to make a scarf has sold it to railway company Deutsche Bahn for €7,500
Scientists build robot to walk 290-million-year-old footprints
The probe by the country's domestic intelligence will fall short of full-blown surveillance, but they say there is a "case to investigate."
The euro is in its twentieth year of being used on the continent, but is the currency causing division in the bloc?
Germany's far-right AfD party says it will campaign on an EU exit if Brussels doesn't meet demands