You would need a heart of stone not to smile at the sight of tens of thousands of gay men screaming at middle-aged ladies singing Eurovision ditties, says James Savage.
Sweden's Muslim population could soon have their very own bank. A British bank is looking to expand its business and has been in contact with the Financial Supervisory Authority (FI), Sveriges Radio reports.
The journalists' union is accusing Sveriges Television (SVT) of spreading "uncritial propoganda" after broadcasting a documentary on Wednesday about preparations for the Olympic Games in Beijing.
Torgny Hellgren, the boyfriend of Emma Jangestig, mother of the murdered toddlers in the Arboga child killings case, gave testimony on the third of the trial of his ex-lover, 32-year-old German Christine Schürrer.
The government has come in for stinging criticism over new figures indicating that Sweden's growth is at its lowest levels in seven years.
Concerns are growing about increased alcohol consumption among Sweden’s retirees, as the number of people over 65 in Stockholm exhibiting at-risk drinking habits has gone up by half in the last decade.
The municipal council Örebro in central Sweden has announced that new routines will allow private e-mails to written to council staff can be read by anyone at the office. The new routines - in force from September 1st - are intended to improve efficiency.
No one noticed the hundreds of tall, leafy marijuana plants towering above the flowerbeds of a public park in the northern Swedish town of Luleå until a local newspaper received an anonymous tip.
As the murder trial of Christine Schürrer entered its third day on Friday, the father of the two toddlers she is accused of killing broke down in court as he told his story.
Sweden’s gross national domestic product (GDP) remained unchanged during the second quarter this year, compared with the first quarter, marking the worst growth level since 2003.
An unusual traffic accident occurred on the E18 highway between Årjäng and Töcksfors in western Sweden late Thursday night when a motorcycle collided with an airborne elk.
Swedish retailing giant H&M is under fire after a manager at one of clothier’s German stores forced female employees to partially remove their clothes when leaving work for the evening.