What's on in Sweden: Canadian improv theatre and Morrissey in Stockholm; Funk veterans and Basketball Festival in Gothenburg; Brandy in Malmö
Despite a projected budget deficit of 3 billion kronor ($379 million) for 2009, Sweden’s county and local governments shouldn’t expect any more money from the state.
The path to survival for Sweden’s auto industry is cutting jobs and focusing on niche products, experts said on Wednesday.
An aggressive conspiracy of ravens is wreaking havoc on farmers in central Sweden, having killed more than a dozen animals in the last 3 months.
The Swedish Liberal Party has demanded that Sweden become a full member of NATO and argues that an open debate over the issue is needed.
Swedish opera star Malena Ernman took another step toward solidifying her pop-music credentials on Tuesday night by sailing through the first semifinal of the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest.
Swedish art student Anna Odell has been charged by prosecutors in Stockholm for a faked suicide attempt she acted out as a part of a final art project.
Swedish cyclist Thomas Lövkvist took the lead in the Giro d'Italia on Tuesday, becoming the first Swede in 26 years to don the pink leader’s jersey in the Italian cycling classic.
Sweden's rising hip-hop star Adam Tensta talks to The Local's Majsan Boström about bright musical prospects, growing up in a tough Stockholm neighbourhood, and recording in the same studio as boyhood idol Michael Jackson.
A proposal to offer performance-related bonuses to immigrants who complete state-funded language courses within one year has raised concerns from both students and teachers.
A 23-year-old man wanted by police since December for firing shots at the entrance of Casino Cosmopol in Stockholm was arrested on Monday.
A Swedish man of Lebanese origin charged with planning to set up an Al Qaeda training camp in the United States was convicted by a New York court on Tuesday, according to prosecutors.