Sweden set to break wind farm record

Sweden set to break wind farm record

Sweden looks likely to play host to Europe's largest wind farm after a northern county gave its seal of approval to a major new energy project.

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Åhlens mulls pharmacy departments

Swedish department store chain Åhlens has said it plans to begin operating pharmacies on its premises if the country's pharmaceutical retail monopoly ceases to exist this summer.

Tennis body targets Malmö over fine

Tennis body targets Malmö over fine

The Swedish Tennis Association said on Monday it is considering billing Malmö city council for 330,000 kronor ($25,000) if it loses its appeal against a fine incurred for playing Sweden's Davis Cup match against Israel behind closed doors.

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Swedes forecast falling house prices

The number of Swedish households expecting property prices to fall has increased after a recent decline, a new survey shows.

Saab gears up for June sale

Saab gears up for June sale

Swedish car maker Saab has twenty prospective buyers, according to documents presented to Vänersborg district court on Monday.

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Student loans body hunts overseas defaulters

The Swedish student loans body (CSN) has announced that it is to intensify its work to track down defaulting debtors resident overseas.

Swedish national library reported for child porn

Swedish national library reported for child porn

The Swedish national library will on Monday afternoon be reported to the police for the possession and distribution of child pornography.

File sharing – Time to come out of the closet?

File sharing – Time to come out of the closet?

File sharing, once the preserve of armchair anarchists, has slowly trickled down to the middle classes, writes Peter Vinthagen Simpson. And with a new law cracking down on the practice, even the dinner party set are getting their hands dirty.

Twenty buyers eyeing Saab: report

Twenty buyers eyeing Saab: report

Swedish car maker Saab has twenty prospective buyers, according to documents presented to Vänersborg district court on Monday.

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Stockholm bartender jailed for pimping

A 35-year-old bartender has been sentenced to imprisonment for the pimping of 118 Swedish women for sex buyers in Stockholm.

Judgment day for Saab as creditors gather

Judgment day for Saab as creditors gather

The future of beleaguered Swedish car maker Saab hangs in the balance on Monday as creditors gather in court to determine if the group's restructuring process can continue.

Bomb explodes in Malmö

Bomb explodes in Malmö

A powerful explosion destroyed windows and the entrance to a restaurant in central Malmö on Sunday night.

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Sweden Democrat leader joins white power singsong

Leading members of the far-right Sweden Democrats (SDU) sang racist songs while attending a party conference.