The 2008 Nobel laureates in literature, economy, medicine, physics and chemistry received their prizes on Wednesday from the hands of Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf at a formal ceremony in Stockholm.
Blogging teenager Isabella 'Blondinbella' Löwengrip was Sweden's most sought after celebrity in 2008, according to a new list released by Google.
Every week, we ask a panel of readers to discuss an issue affecting the lives of immigrants in Sweden. This week: breaking the ice.
The marriage between an 85-year-old Swedish man suffering from dementia and his 77-year-old wife will not be annulled, according to a decision by the cathedral chapter in Lund.
Swedish aerospace group Saab has publicly denounced Norway for choosing an American-made aircraft over Saab’s Gripen, claiming the decision was based on “unfounded” assumptions and “faulty analysis”.
Sweden does more than any other country to tackle global warming, according to a new index published on Wednesday at the ongoing UN climate talks in Poland.
A prisoner in Gävle in eastern Sweden made several calls home to his girlfriend from his cell after police in the town failed to detect that he had smuggled in a mobile phone in his sock.
The distance between Sweden’s two main political blocs is shrinking, according to a new poll.
Over a million Swedes are expected to stay glued to their television sets on Wednesday to watch monarchs, politicians and assorted clever clogs tuck in to the annual Nobel banquet.
Swedish ball bearings manufacturer SKF announced on Tuesday that weakening demand in the automotive and industrial sectors has forced the company to trim its global workforce by 2,500 jobs.
Representatives for thousands of engineers at Saab Automobile and Volvo Cars have proposed that the only way to save Sweden’s auto industry is to merge both companies into one single car manufacturer.
Swedish students are getting worse at maths and natural science, according to the results of an international study.