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Clients find IT consultants need a reboot

Lawyers and accountants in Sweden are praised by their clients while IT consultants promise more than they can deliver, according to a new survey.

Copenhagen – the other capital of Scandinavia

Copenhagen – the other capital of Scandinavia

Located just a short train journey from Malmö, Alannah Eames strongly recommends a visit to Copenhagen.

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Wrong to defrock priest for affair with wedded parishioner

Sweden’s Labour Court has ruled in favour of a priest who felt he was unlawfully fired for having an affair with a married woman in his congregation.

Nuke scare ’caused by shaving cream’

Nuke scare ’caused by shaving cream’

Two Swedes suspected of plotting an attack on a Swedish nuclear plant were cleared Monday after authorities were unable to explain why small traces of explosives were detected on a shaving cream can one of them was carrying, news agency TT reports.

Reinfeldt: ‘focus on elderly instead of unemployed’

Reinfeldt: ‘focus on elderly instead of unemployed’

Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt has promised to devote billions of kronor to care for the elderly.

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New risk assessment for mass murderer

Mass murderer Mattias Flink, who shot seven people to death in Falun in central Sweden in 1994, is to undergo a new assessment of his risk to society.

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Sweden’s state coffers bulge further

The Swedish central government had a surplus in payments -- or negative borrowing requirement -- of 13.5 billion kronor ($2.28 billion) in May, the Swedish National Debt Office (Riksgälden) said.

Holders Greece set sights on Swedish challenge

Holders Greece set sights on Swedish challenge

Greece were the unlikeliest of Euro winners four years ago and to many people they would be an even unlikelier victor this time round as they set out on their bid to retain the title with an opening Group D match against Sweden.

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Honour violence widespread in Sweden

Honour-related violence is rampant across the country, according to a new study by Sveriges Radio.

Left Party in favour of file sharing

Left Party in favour of file sharing

The Left Party has changed its tune about file sharing, having decided at its party congress that file sharing should be allowed for personal use.

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Man killed in Värmland shooting

A man was shot and killed and another wounded by gunfire following a fight in central Grums in Värmland in west central Sweden late on Sunday night.