Stockholm's fashion scene can be snobby, writes David Bartal, but Stockholm Fashion Week provides rich pickings for those who can get past the doormen.
A 48-year-old German man has been arrested in southern Sweden on suspicion of involvement in a major prostitution ring in Berlin. The man was arrested under a European Arrest Warrant issued by Germany.
Passengers on many SAS flights from Stockholm and Gothenburg will in future be asked to give their fingerprints when checking in bags.
A spectacular robbery at Gothenburg's main postal depot last week brought meagre financial rewards for the perpetrators, police in the city said on Tuesday.
Göran Persson, Sweden's former prime minister, has been made chairman of state-owned forestry company Sveaskog. Outgoing chairman Bo Dockered says Persson has been fixed up for the job by the current prime minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt.
Retail sales in December were up 4 percent on the same period the previous year, according to new figures from Statistics Sweden and the Swedish Retail Institute.
Swedish real estate agents could soon be banned from setting unrealistically low starting prices on homes they are selling, if the recommendations of a new government inquiry are accepted.
Two Muslim mothers have won a court appeal against a municipal pool in Gothenburg that required them to take off their veils and body-covering clothing.
A hobby gardener in southern Sweden has already harvested the first potatoes of the New Year.
Heavily armed police officers raided the premises of the Bandidos biker gang in Helsingborg in southern Sweden on Tuesday morning. A second raid was also carried out at a Sjöbo address with close links to the Bandidos.
Sweden's trade ministry has called for the national driving test's risk training section to be doubled from four to eight hours.