Snow chaos on Swedish roads

Snow chaos on Swedish roads

A trail of stranded trucks dotted the roads of Sweden on Friday as the first major snowfall of the season caught drivers unawares.

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Two feared drowned in boating accident

Rescue workers have described as "non-existent" the chances of saving the lives of two men missing after a boating accident in central Sweden.

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Stocks dip on shortened trading day

The Stockholm stock exchange finished Friday down 0.57 percent to close at 201.37 on a trading day shortened in advance of the All Saints Day holiday.

Noise and nudity top Swedish list of neighbour no-nos

Noise and nudity top Swedish list of neighbour no-nos

Swedes would rather live next to sex-crazed exhibitionists than rambunctious party animals, according to a new study, which also lists mean old ladies as the least desirable neighbours of all.

Malmö nightclub tips: Saturday, Nov 1

Malmö nightclub tips: Saturday, Nov 1

After an icy week in southern Sweden, what better than a night out on the town in Malmö? Djungeltrumman lists some of the best options.

Stockholm going out guide: Saturday, Nov 1

Stockholm going out guide: Saturday, Nov 1

Nightclub tips for the very first night of November from Djungeltrumman.

Going out in Gothenburg: Saturday, Nov 1

Going out in Gothenburg: Saturday, Nov 1

As October seeps into November, Djungeltrumman guides you through the darkness.

Queen defends husband over wolf row

Queen defends husband over wolf row

Queen Silvia has leapt to her husband's defence after a prominent Swedish author ridiculed comments made in support of wolf hunting by King Carl Gustaf XVI, Aftonbladet reports.

Nuke plant faulted for using janitors as guards

Nuke plant faulted for using janitors as guards

A decision by management of Sweden’s Oskarshamn nuclear power plant to have custodial workers stand in as guards has drawn a sharp rebuke from the country’s nuclear regulatory authority.

Borg rips Swedish banks over bonuses

Borg rips Swedish banks over bonuses

Sweden’s finance minister Anders Borg lashed out at the country’s major banks and financial institutions on Friday for their hesitation to participate in the government’s financial sector support programme.

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Damages for wrongful child rape conviction

A Swedish man has received 170,498 kronor ($21,725) in compensation after being wrongfully convicted of child rape.