Coffee can make women’s breasts smaller: Swedish study

Coffee can make women’s breasts smaller: Swedish study

Women who drink a lot of coffee may see their breasts become more petite, according to the results of a new Swedish study.

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Swedes’ virtual church to bring online gamers to Jesus

Two enterprising young Swedes are convinced they can lead the online gaming world to Jesus by preaching the gospel through their recently launched Gamer Church.

‘Little Baghdad’ hosts US relocation fair

‘Little Baghdad’ hosts US relocation fair

A Swedish town with a large concentration of Iraqi immigrants played host on Thursday to a unique fair designed to provide information about the United States to prospective job seekers.

Going out in Gothenburg: Saturday, Oct 18

Going out in Gothenburg: Saturday, Oct 18

Highly-regarded entertainment site Djungeltrumman's shares its local knowledge of the Gothenburg club scene with some recommendations for Saturday night.

Stockholm weekend going out guide: Saturday, Oct 18

Stockholm weekend going out guide: Saturday, Oct 18

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.

Malmö nightclub tips: Saturday, Oct 18

Malmö nightclub tips: Saturday, Oct 18

Discover the night-time jewels of the city in the south with the aid of recommendations from The Local in association with entertainment guide Djungeltrumman.

Charges expected over SAS-owned Spanair jet crash

Charges expected over SAS-owned Spanair jet crash

The investigative judge looking into what caused a plane operated by SAS-subsidiary Spanair to crash in Madrid in August has instigated legal proceedings against three technicians.

Prayer group outrage over church music video

Prayer group outrage over church music video

A vicar from northern Sweden has been blasted by a prayer group for allowing a rock band to film a video in an area church.

What’s on in Sweden: October 17 – October 23

What’s on in Sweden: October 17 – October 23

What's on in Sweden: October 17th - October 23rd. Cullberg Ballet and Jay Brannan in Stockholm; Art Garfunkel and Wendy McNeill in Gothenburg; Simone Moreno and Cult of Luna in Malmö

Terrorist linked to Stockholm mosque

Terrorist linked to Stockholm mosque

Abu Qaswara, the Swedish citizen killed by US forces in Iraq in early October and thought to be a high-ranking member of Al-Qaeda’s Iraq operations, has been connected to a Stockholm-area mosque.

Malmö nightclub tips: Friday, Oct 17

Malmö nightclub tips: Friday, Oct 17

Get your Malmö club compass pointing in the right direction with night life pathfinders Djungeltrumman.

Going out in Gothenburg: Friday, Oct 17

Going out in Gothenburg: Friday, Oct 17

The Local keeps you up to date with the latest club tips from Gothenburg with the aid of Djungeltrumman.

Slow start for stocks and falling krona

Slow start for stocks and falling krona

The Stockholm stock exchange took a minor tumble on Thursday morning in the wake of fresh falls on Asian and US markets, while the Swedish krona fell sharply against the euro and the dollar.

Internet harassment more common for Swedish girls

Internet harassment more common for Swedish girls

Swedish girls are twice as likely as boys to be victimized or sexually harassed via the internet or mobile phones, according to a new study.

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Activists break into Bofors weapons plants

Activists broke into two facilities associated with weapons manufacturer Bofors in the early hours of Thursday morning and claim to have damaged up to 20 grenade launchers.

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Lost girl found unconscious at preschool playground

A girl who was left behind at a preschool play ground after her classmates went back inside was found unconscious thirty minutes later suspected of having fallen off of a jungle gym.