Nuder jumps after rumours of push

Nuder jumps after rumours of push

Social Democrat economic policy spokesman Pär Nuder has stepped down from the post following speculation that party leader Mona Sahlin was dissatisfied with his performance.

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Jägermeister slammed for ‘sexist’ booze ad

A television advert for drinks maker Jägermeister has incurred the wrath of Sweden's Trade Ethical Council against Sexism in Advertising (ERK).

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Bulls rush back to stock exchange

The Stockholm stock exchange climbed strongly on Thursday on the back of rises in New York and Tokyo.

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Arla back on track after Middle East boycott

Two years on from a boycott of its products, Swedish-Danish dairy company Arla Foods has reestablished itself on the Middle Eastern market.

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Convicted murderer expelled from doctor training

Sweden's top medical university, the Karolinska Institute, has expelled a medical student with a prior conviction for murder.

27 football hooligans convicted for brawl

27 football hooligans convicted for brawl

27 Swedish football hooligans have been convicted for rioting at a football match at Råsunda Stadium near Stockholm in 2004.

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Baby height linked to suicide

Male babies born shorter than average run over twice the risk of violent death by suicide later in life, a new study suggests.

Bill Gates collects honour from Stockholm institute

Bill Gates collects honour from Stockholm institute

Bill Gates has visited Sweden to collect an honorary doctorate from Stockholm's Karolinska Institute (KI).

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Eight arrested in biker gang raid

Police in Malmö made eight arrests after finding quantities of weapons and narcotics during a raid on the Diablos motorcycle club on Wednesday night, Expressen reports.

Sahlin set to ditch Nuder

Sahlin set to ditch Nuder

Sweden's former Finance Minister Pär Nuder is expected to be asked to step down from his position as economic spokesman for the Social Democrats.

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SAS flew faulty planes ‘for years’

Airline SAS serviced routes for years using planes containing dangerous hidden construction errors, a Danish newspaper has reported.