Faymann remains chancellor, Spindelegger takes finance ministry as ÖVP and SPÖ agree to continue their grand coalition.
Investors and banks to fund bailouts reinforcing protection for depositors and taxpayers
Proposal to restrict first-generation biofuel now on ice, may be revived in next Parliament.
Non-binding opinion says that rules should be reformed, not suspended.
Text sets up single bank resolution authority by intergovernmental treaty.
Gas giant faces €10bn fine for blocking rivals.
Serbia, Albania and Macedonia seeking support at European Council.
Centre-right rounded on report's author.
Luxembourg and Austria block proposal.
Two sides edge towards a restart of talks.
Few points of agreement between Council and Parliament.
Lithuania says there is no willingness to tackle GM issue this year.
Farmers concerned that proposal will make it easier for the seed industry to control the market.
Support for restrictions on deep-sea fishing.
Ireland will emerge on Sunday (15 December) from the bailout programme run by the European Union and international creditors.
The Greek parliament approved the draft 2014 budget by a slender margin late on Saturday (7 November), following five days of heated debate.
Coalition talks between Austria's main parties, the centre-left Social Democrats (SPÖ) and the centre-right People's Party (ÖVP), are picking up ahead of a self-imposed deadline before the holidays.
Denmark's justice minister has resigned after he admitted lying to parliament.
Abolition of special envoy post causes outrage
The European Union has stepped up its support for the Central African Republic in moves that dovetail with a decision by the United Nations to send peacekeepers to the country.
Testing an app that lets citizens delve into an MEP's voting history.
Report offers 38 stop-gap measures on asylum
Some of the difficulties that the European Union faces in providing direct financial support for the Palestinian Authority emerge clearly in a report published yesterday (11 December) by the European Court of Auditors [...]
Viviane Reding, the European commissioner for justice, fundamental rights and citizenship, has accused the head of the Council's legal service of giving a political opinion on a crucial aspect of proposed new data [...]
The development of a European system of drones will get a small, but significant, mention at the summit of EU leaders
MEPs have been putting pressure on the European Commission to come up with new rules on the quality of the air that we breathe
The Commission is looking into telecoms mergers in Ireland and Germany, but the industry is worried about losing out to global rivals
China's economic boom has been extraordinary, but it may not last