Sweden's higher education and research minister proposed launching an elite program for young scientists on Wednesday, citing the need to improve Swedish research.
The parents of a student in a northeastern Gothenburg suburb may no longer homeschool the child, the Supreme Administrative Court (Regeringsrätten) ruled on Thursday.
Nordea Bank announced a second-quarter profit decline on Wednesday and issued a mixed economic outlook, pointing out that the Nordic countries doing well, but the eurozone is still fighting a debt crisis.
The inflation expectations of Swedish entrepreneurs have fallen, the latest poll from Skop (Skandinavisk Opinion) published on Monday shows.
Over the last 10 years, nearly one in four dental clinics run by the Swedish Public Dental Service (Sveriges Folktandvård) have closed, SVT's Rapport news programme reported on Wednesday.
New university admission policies will be investigated even though they have just come into force, the higher education and research minister announced on Wednesday.
Doctors were forced to suspend treatment of a patient with a heart condition when the hospital's IT department suddenly took control of a medical computer, the National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen) reported on Friday.
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A terminally ill woman with cancer who was denied the right to withdraw her personal retirement savings account prematurely by the Tax Agency (Skatteverket) will now be allowed to do so, media reports said late on Tuesday.
Civilian changes are needed in Afghanistan in order to achieve the security objectives outlined at a donor conference in Kabul, Foreign Minister Carl Bildt said late on Tuesday.
The Swedish Accident Investigation Board (Statens haverikommission) will investigate an incident when two passenger jets nearly collided with each other over Östersund in central Sweden earlier this month.