Economic class divisions in Sweden are wider now than at any other time in the last twenty years, according to a new study.
The cargo subsidiary of SAS, SAS Cargo, along with several other airline companies, has admitted to forming a price-fixing cartel in violation of US competition law, according to the US Department of Justice.
Sweden's Olympic triple jump champion Christian Olsson, who has been out injured for almost a year, will take part in next week's IAAF meeting in Madrid, the IAAF said on its website.
Three women and one man who had been considered the ringleaders of a major human trafficking operation from Vietnam to Sweden were released today by the Halmstad District Court in western Sweden.
A branch of the Syndicalist trade union has threatened strike action at a petrol station in northern Sweden if managers refuses to remove pornographic material from the shelves.
Sweden's tourist industry is growing at a record pace with revenue from foreign tourists last year outstripping income from the country's main export industries, according to new figures.
A coalition of Swedish real estate and environmental organizations has suggested using property taxes as a way to promote investment in measures to conserve energy.
A Helsinki court has ruled that triple murderer Nikita Fouganthine, previously known as Juha Valjakkala, will not be released in July as previously planned, Finnish news agency FNB reports.
Politicians in Lerum in western Sweden have ruled that Girli the parrot may only spend two hours each weekday in its outdoor cage and must remain indoors for the entire weekend.
Former government minister Ylva Johansson (SocDem) has successfully applied for tax deductions on domestic services, a policy to which her party is opposed, Svenska Dagbladet reports.