Sweden's tabloids have until recently had a fairly respectful attitude to the royal family, but recent events including the break-up of Princess Madeleine's relationship have led some to wonder whether times are changing, writes The Local's Royal Correspondent and former royal information secretary, Juan Navas.
Police in southern Sweden have recommended the firing of a police sergeant who blogged about throwing stones at a thief and secretly dabbing the tip of his sex organ on car door handles.
The Swedish Migration Board has decided to deport a Chinese woman who lost her residency permit when her Swedish husband filed for divorce in revenge for her reporting his repeated assaults.
The European Parliament's environment committee has backed a proposal drafted by Swedish MEP Åsa Westlund calling for an EU-wide ban on the controversial 'meat glue' product thrombin.
Sweden's governing centre-right coalition is pledging to expand legislation on sexual harassment to encompass cases where sex pictures and videos are posted to the internet without the consent of those caught on camera.
Swedish white goods firm Electrolux on Tuesday exceeded analyst profit forecasts for the first quarter of 2010 and projected a positive year as key markets begin to recover.
The county of Stockholm is now home to over 2 million people, among whom can be found people born in 186 countries, according to a new report from the County Administrative Board of Stockholm.
Swedish coach Mikael Stahre, who guided the Stockholm-based team AIK to the Swedish championship in 2009, has been appointed to lead Greek first division side Panionios for the upcoming season.
A Stockholm pub has been voted the "Best pub in the World" in the Best of British awards for establishments outside of the UK, organized by the Daily Telegraph and British Airways.
Top Social Democrat Thomas Östros has demanded an apology from Mats Odell after the local government minster dredged a 15-year-old scandal back up to the surface of Swedish politics.
A 10-day long strike by around 3,000 Swedish paper mill workers ended on Monday with a new collective agreement on pay, the Swedish Forest Industries Federation (Skogsindustrierna) has confirmed.