Looking for a treat for your tastebuds this Easter? In Västervik you can enjoy the best of traditional Swedish food with a special Easter package.
The Left party agreed Wednesday to vote through the government proposal that Sweden send fighters to Libya when the Riksdag votes on Friday, but continued to support the Greens' and the Social Democrats' line of restricting Sweden's involvement.
To celebrate the start of the new football season, Långholmen Football Club is hosting a sparkling international party at a top Stockholm venue. As the club’s proud partner, The Local has five pairs of tickets to give away to an event that will bring together the city’s international groups, sports teams, societies and clubs for one big social night out.
Security at Swedish nuclear power stations is set to undergo a comprehensive review, the nuclear industry and the Radiation Safety Authority (Strålsäkerhetsmyndigheten - SSM) announced on Wednesday.
Sweden's parliament debated the agreement on migration and asylum policy between the Alliance coalition government and the Green Party at the request of the Sweden Democrats on Wednesday.
A 52-year-old man suspected of murdering and dismembering a female colleague from Örebro University committed suicide on Wednesday.
A 48-year-old phony fortune teller who managed to make millions of kronor disappear from the bank accounts of unsuspecting Swedes has finally been arrested after years of evading capture.
Police in Jämtland County decided Tuesday that to put down the abandoned cubs of the female bear that attacked and injured 12-year-old Olle Frisk last week.
Moderators chose to erase an image posted on the Swedish underwear giant Björn Borg’s Facebook page, after deeming the contents to be pornographic.
A mall billed as one of Europe’s most spectacular shopping centres is under construction in Malmö, but questions remain as to whether the city can handle the massive expansion in retail space, The Local's Karen Holst discovers.
More than 1.3 million Swedes over the age of 50 don't use the internet, a new study has shown.
Sweden gained three points with a lackluster 2-1 home victory over Moldavia in Euro 2012 qualifying play on Tuesday night.
Transport company DB Schenker has stopped delivering goods to Saab Automobile because they haven't gotten paid by the Swedish automaker.