The Local catches up with Simon Davies of the English-Swedish design duo Simon & Tomas to hear more about their upcoming American television show, and whether US homes are any uglier than homes in Sweden.
A new educational option has emerged for internationally minded families in Stockholm looking for an affordable international education delivered in English.
A major exhibit of more than 400 space-related objects, from engines to space suits to food rations, opened in Stockholm Friday in the largest gathering of NASA objects outside of the US.
Egyptians in Sweden plan to demonstrate in solidarity with protesters in their home country as Swedish foreign minister Carl Bildt slammed Egyptian authorities for shutting down internet access.
Half of Sweden's young people have endured a "face rape," or having their Facebook account hijacked by someone else who writes mean or "funny" things under the user's name, according to Sweden's online privacy watchdog on Friday.
A member of the staff at Sweden's migration board (Migrationsverket) is facing the sack after having been caught eating food intended for asylum seekers.
Home lending in Sweden has cooled following the introduction of a new mortgage cap, a majority of real estate agents believe, but has also resulted in the virtual disappearance of first-time home buyers.
Sweden's National Agency for Education (Skolverket) has criticized a slew of ready-made programmes used by municipalities to combat bullying, arguing that they may even make the problem worse.
A Ukrainian woman who sought a referral for an endocrinologist in Sweden was told to go back to Ukraine after expressing her frustrations to a nurse.
Sweden's strong economy is in focus at this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, giving the centre-right Alliance government a chance to spread a new image of Sweden, writes Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and three of his ministers.
Sweden’s National Library has sought guidance from the government after determining that a portion of its magazine collection features child pornography.
Sweden's prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt will on Friday address the ongoing World Economic Forum in Davos to explain Sweden's relative economic prosperity as ex-US president Bill Clinton joined the chorus of admirers, reported the business daily Dagens Industri (DI).
The CEO of a taxi firm in Örebro in central Sweden has been criticised for his lewd choice of Christmas greeting sent out to staff.