Residents living in Kvarteret Plankan in the Södermalm district of Stockholm are in uproar over plans to build a large apartment block in the centre of their courtyard.
Sweden's Minister for Financial Market Mats Odell said on Tuesday that new rules to clarify how and when the Swedish government can take control of a domestic bank in financial trouble should come into effect in 2010.
The Local teams up with Djungeltrumman to help point you in the right direction if you're planning a night out in Stockholm this Saturday.
Police in South Africa rescued a Swedish national from Nigerian kidnappers who had lured the man to the country using an investment scam.
Anders Borg, Sweden’s Minister of Finance, has slammed the culture of “greed” exemplified by US financial institutions and its role in precipitating the current financial crisis.
Despite reporting higher third quarter profits, Swedish clothing chain H&M shares dropped due to slower-than-expected growth.
Social Democratic Party Secretary and EU-critic Marita Ulvskog on Tuesday announced her plans to run for a spot in the European Parliament in the upcoming 2009 elections.
A Riksdag member from Arjeplog in northern Sweden is proposing a new bill which may restrict one of Sweden’s most cherished rights in order to protect the auto industry from industrial espionage.
Volvo Trucks announced plans on Monday to lay off 1,000 factory workers in Sweden and 400 in Belgium due to declining demand for trucks in the European market and the rising cost of raw materials.
The Swedish Road Administration (Vägverket) on Monday revealed the final design for its new, more gender-sensitive pedestrian crossing signs.