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Mobile broadband sales soar

Sales of mobile broadband kits have skyrocketed in Sweden over the last year.

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Archaeologists uncover 14th century farm at rubbish tip

Archaeologists in central Sweden have uncovered the remains of a fourteenth century farm at a rubbish tip outside Örebro, Sveriges Television reports.

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Stockholm club and concert guide: August 7 – 9

Stockholm club and concert tips from Kalendarium (Click links for more information)

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Gothenburg club and concert tips – August 7 – 10

Where to go out in Gothenburg this weekend? Monthly Magazine has the answers (Click links for more information)

‘Water war’ planned for Stockholm’s Old Town

‘Water war’ planned for Stockholm’s Old Town

A 'water war' pitting the might of northern Stockholm against southern Stockholm is being planned for 08 day, which falls on Friday. 7,000 people have answered the call to arms from Facebook alias 'Luther Blisset'.

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Temperance society in opinions registration scandal

Swedish temperance society IOGT-NTO has upset evangelists after admitting to breaking the law when it registered the religious convictions of its members. The society has since ended the practice.

More torrential rain on the way

More torrential rain on the way

More heavy rainfall has been forecast for western Sweden on Thursday. The meteorological agency, SMHI, expects 30-50 millimetres to fall during the night and Friday morning.

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Inflation hits 15-year high

Sweden's inflation rate hit 4.4 percent in July - the highest for 15 years, according to a new report from Statistics Sweden. Experts now forecast an interest rate hike in the autumn.

Lars Danielsson appointed as Hong Kong consul

Lars Danielsson appointed as Hong Kong consul

The government has appointed former under-Secretary of State to Göran Persson, Lars Danielsson, as Sweden's consul-general to Hong Kong and Macau. The Social Democrats have accused foreign minister Carl Bildt of engaging in a personal vendetta.

What’s on in Sweden: August 8 – 14

What’s on in Sweden: August 8 – 14

What’s on in Sweden: August 8th – 14th. Culture and city pride in Stockholm, Culture and jazz in Gothenburg, Deep Purple near Malmö and Reggae nights in Uppsala

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Gothenburg in bitter Champions League exit

IFK Gothenburg were just six minutes away from securing a berth in the third Champions League qualifying round in Basel on Wednesday night.

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Sex buyers defrauded by 16-year-old boy

A 16-year-old boy has been sentenced to community service after stealing money from the bank accounts of several men who believed they were paying to see young girls pose naked on the internet.

Swedish schoolkids under surveillance

Swedish schoolkids under surveillance

The number of Swedish schools using security cameras to keep an eye on their pupils has skyrocketed in recent years.