In the wake of the cinema release of the final instalment of the Harry Potter films, Hogwarts devotees are gearing up to clash their imaginary broomsticks at the Swedish National Quidditch Cup which begins on Friday.
A group of Swedish soldiers representing gay and lesbian soldiers who took part in Saturday’s Pride parade in Stockholm were targeted by anti-war activists who argued that the military has no place in the march.
A hunter who shot his friend dead while under the influence of alcohol in September last year has been charged with aggravated manslaughter.
Swedish police have confirmed that they arrested one person following clashes with a group of young people in a Stockholm suburb on Monday but played down a link to the riots rocking London.
A woman in Ludvika, in central Sweden, was surprised to find her car was missing from where she had parked it in a woodland lane after returning from a stint of afternoon berry-picking in the local wood.
Left Party leader Lars Ohly has informed the nominating committee that he won't stand for the post when the party elects a new leader during its 2012 congress.
Swedish experts have expressed scepticism that the Riksbank will raise base interest rates when it meets to discuss monetary policy on September 6th, after a renewed day of stock market turbulence in Stockholm.
The Swedish foreign ministry has issued a warning for Swedes visiting or resident in UK cities hit by riots, urging them to exert vigilance as the disturbances entered their third night.
A 31-year-old thief admitted to charges of aggravated theft in the middle of a remand hearing in Skellefteå in northern Sweden, and proceeded to produce his ill-gotten gains from his underpants.
Queen Silvia has revealed that her father conducted a business deal with a prominent Jewish businessman whereby he took over his company in Berlin in 1939 and thereby facilitated the man's emigration from Nazi Germany.
The Stockholm stock market fell 5.2 percent on Monday - the worst fall in nearly three years.