A dissatisfied lover of wafer thin mint chocolate treats has reported the makers of After Eights to the Swedish Consumer Agency on the grounds that the product has become smaller and slimmer over the years.
A Swedish court has found nine fishermen guilty of illegally fishing more than 100 tonnes of cod in the country's largest ever poaching case.
Sweden’s Christian Democrats have refused to bend on the question of gender neutral marriage, forcing the government to submit a diluted marriage bill to the Riksdag with hopes that a same-sex marriage amendment will be added.
Sony Pictures in Sweden has employed methods worthy of James Bond in an attempt to protect against the pirating of Quantum of Solace.
A 15-year-old Swedish boy is facing as much as six months in prison over a ripped bag of chips.
Every week a panel of readers will be giving their views on the burning issues of the hour. This week: Sweden's tough stance on alcohol.
Amid the excitement in Sweden over Barack Obama’s victory, there remains real concern among members of the political and business establishment over how the US president-elect will approach the issue of free trade.
Scandinavian airline SAS faced mounting worries on Wednesday as the company posted heavy losses for the thirds quarter.
A police officer in Karlskoga in central Sweden has filed an official complaint after reading in the newspaper that champagne was served at the local cinema to coincide with the premiere of the new James Bond movie.
Swedbank has appointed Mikael Wolf as its new CEO as the bank attempts to recover from setbacks sustained in the financial turbulence of recent weeks.
Swedish politicians welcomed the election of Barack Obama as president of the United States on Wednesday morning, following the Democratic candidate’s defeat of rival John McCain.