The layer of ozone above Sweden in February reached a thickness not seen in decades, according to the Swedish meteorological institute SMHI.
Swedish arms exports jumped up 32 percent in 2008, with large purchases by five countries accounting for nearly 60 percent of total.
As economies in the Baltic states falter, The Local’s Juris Kaza looks at why so many observers have placed much of the blame for Latvia’s financial woes on Swedish banks.
Sweden's government needs to continue lowering taxes if the country is to get to grips with excessive public spending and an eroding work ethic, argues Nima Sanandaji.
Senior General Motors executive Bob Lutz has suggested that a solution to the problems faced by Swedish car firms Volvo and Saab would be to merge them.
A Danish gangster has been remanded into custody on suspicion of blackmail by a Malmö court as police fear that a Copenhagen gang war is spilling over onto the southern Swedish city's streets.
Tamiflu, the medication used to combat influenza, is useless in large parts of the world. Sweden has meanwhile built up large stocks of the drug.
The Pirate Bay's operations are completely legal, the defence counsel representing one of the defendants, Fredrik Neij emphasized in his concluding comments on Tuesday morning.
For the first time in 100 years, a new species of beetle has been confirmed in Sweden.
A 64-year-old woman has been arrested in Uppsala in central Sweden on suspicion of theft. The woman stole up to ten newspapers twice a week - to do the crossword.
Sweden's University College of Arts, Craft and Design (Konstfack) plans to introduce new ethics guidelines in the wake of two controversial student art projects.