About 40 kilometers north of Munich is the "Canis Resort", an exclusive hotel for the rich and canine. A suite runs from 50 to 120 euros per dog per day. Meals and personal all-round care are included.
There's a club in Germany, which though not exclusive, demands of its members, time, money, a rulebook, license, and a leash. Yes, we're talking hounds. And the nation loves them, as Tamsin Walker found out.
Building instruments for fancy space experiments is a tough job, but rewarding if your technology transfers to Earth. Dr Geraint Morgan went from compounds on a comet to sniffing bed bugs in hotels.
The Good Hotel has sailed its social business model to London after a year in Amsterdam. Now the do-gooders are looking for the right people to train in hospitality, reports Samira Shackle.
Police in the eastern German city of Leipzig have finished a search operation at a hotel triggered by a nighttime telephone terror warning. They say the caller has now been found and that the warning was a "bad joke."
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