Criminal suspicions have surfaced involving Marcus Allbäck, a former striker for Sweden's national team and current assistant trainer, in connection with the Gothenburg construction corruption scandal.
The Swedish Migration Board (Migrationsverket) plans to investigate Chinese company Huawei following claims from Swedish trade union Unionen that the company is not adhering to Swedish employment law.
As the warm summer weather beckons, contributor Alec Forss offers up a list of some of Sweden's best hiking trails.
A number of Swedish schools are violating the law by charging students high fees for expensive class trips, according to the country's schools inspectorate.
The number of Swedish women who fall victim to work-related injuries is growing, according to a new study from Swedish insurance company AFA.
A local politician and a construction magnate are among six people charged with corruption in conjunction with the building of a new national sporting arena in Stockholm.
Swedish dairy firms Arla and Milko have announced that they are in discussions over the terms of a merger in a move taken as a result of Milko's parlous finances.
The government is expected to face a new defeat in the Riksdag on Thursday after the far-right Sweden Democrats said they will side with the centre-left opposition's proposed reforms to Sweden's public health insurance system.
Swedish actor Mikael Persbrandt, star of the Oscar-winning film "In a Better World" and who will feature in "The Hobbit", has been fined for cocaine use only a few months after a previous bust.
The number of foreign tourists visiting Sweden climbed 3 percent during the first four months of 2011, new statistics from the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (Tillväxtverket) show, prompting hopes of a new record year.
Cash-strapped Swedish carmaker Saab stopped production on Wednesday due to a lack of spare parts, only two weeks after restarting production lines.