More and more Swedes are getting fined for urinating in public.
Switzerland is considering buying the JAS Gripen aircraft from Sweden.
There are more truly wealthy people in Sweden than ever before.
A hard rocking teacher who was fired before ever setting foot in a classroom has lodged a discrimination complaint with Sweden’s Ombudsman of Justice (JO).
The United Nations has declared 2008 the international year of the potato and now the lovable spud is set to have its own academy seated in Alingsås in western Sweden.
Swedish 15-year-olds feel more pressure in school than their counterparts in other countries.
Sweden's higher education agency has slammed a recommendation by the Association of Swedish Higher Education that schools reject applications from non-European students without review.
Dozens of estate agents in the Stockholm area have been reported to the police for allegedly withholding money from the tax authorities.
The World Wildlife Fund cautioned on Monday that the spread of so-called marine dead zones, where nothing can survive due to lack of oxygen, could cause the Baltic Sea ecosystem to collapse.
The amount of money paid out in grants to Sweden's political parties has risen by more than 40 percent over the last seven years, according to figures compiled by public television news programme Rapport.