Swedes are gearing up unseasonably warm weather during the final weekend in May, with temperatures expected to reach as high as 30 degrees Celsius before dipping back down to the mid teens in the first days of June.
After two and half years of waiting, immigrants arriving in Sweden will finally be able to obtain Swedish national identity cards.
Ellen Söderberg is the youngest candidate in the EU Parliament elections, but the 18-year-old high school student says she’s not intimidated by the competition or her relative lack of political experience.
French president Nicolas Sarkozy has cancelled an official visit to Sweden in reaction to comments made by Sweden's foreign minister advocating Turkish EU membership, according to French media reports.
Sweden's Volvo Group has scrapped plans to make 600 employees redundant following the completion of a deal with Swedish unions to cut working hours instead, the company announced on Friday.
It was April 15th, 1912, when the world’s first “unsinkable ship” sank while crossing the Atlantic Ocean on her maiden voyage.
A man who allegedly threatened to kill dozens of girls if they didn’t pose nude for him in front of a webcam was charged on Friday by the district court in Uppsala.
Saab Automobile has been granted an extra three months to restructure, a Swedish judge said Friday, as parent company General Motors looks to sell the loss-making unit.
Sweden’s GDP took a historic dive in the first quarter of 2009, plummeting by 6.5 percent, according to new statistics.
A 22-year-old man has admitted to stabbing a 20-year-old woman at a rail station in Hallstahammar in central Sweden on Thursday afternoon.
Award-winning Irish stand-up comedian Dylan Moran heads to Sweden next week, where he will perform in Stockholm and Gothenburg. The Local gave him a call.