What’s on in Sweden: Death by chocolate in Stockholm, a free Free Jazz Fest in Gothenburg and The Magic Numbers come to Malmö. Plus cult comedians in Linköping
Former justice minister and senior Social Democrat, Thomas Bodström, has said that he "has a tough choice" after being told that his application for a leave of absence from Sweden's Riksdag to spend time in the US had been rejected.
Ann Carlsson, who will take over as CEO of state-owned pharmacy chain Apoteket AB in November, has won this year's 'Ruter Dam' award for the most influential female executive in Sweden.
Carina Herrstedt, vice-chairperson of the Sweden Democrats and newly elected member of parliament, has received the support of her party despite having been convicted of libel for the second time within a year.
Construction of new apartments in Sweden is approaching levels not seen since the height of the mid-2000s boom, with industry groups forecasting a need for thousands of new workers as a result.
Former Abba star Anni-Frid Reuss, has demanded the repayment of a 46 million kronor ($7 million) loan from a Qigong temple in southern Sweden, which has in turn claimed that the money was a donation.
The trial of a 43-year-old Swedish citizen charged with war crimes started in Stockholm on Wednesday. He is accused of torturing inmates while working as a guard at a Bosnian prison camp in 1992.
The Social Democrats' stinging defeat in Sweden’s September 19th election has less to do with campaign miscalculations than it does with a systemic shift in European society, write Moderate Party MP Johnny Munkhammar and Nima Sanandaji of the Captus think tank.
Swedish holding firm and Wallenberg family powerhouse Investor has reported a net asset value of 152.4 billion kronor ($22.9 billion), up 9 percent on year-end 2009.
The 23-year-old man arrested on Monday on suspicions of having committed several rapes in Örebro in eastern Sweden has denied any involvement in the crimes.
Another man is being held for his suspected involvement in the theft of three paintings from the Malmö Art Museum last week. Police believe the heist was an inside job.
Two devastating first half mistakes by Sweden paved the way for a crushing 1-4 defeat at the hands of World Cup finalists the Netherlands in Euro 2012 qualifying play on Tuesday.