The Local's partner club Långholmen FC are getting ready for the biggest night in the young club's nine year history on Wednesday when they take on Sollentuna United in the final of the prestigious Stockholm Cup.
A dozen men in Sweden have suffered pain and erectile dysfunction after undergoing penis enlarging surgery, prompting one clinic to launch an inquiry into the use of the popular augmentation gel Macrolane.
A 25-year-old man in Skåne in southern Sweden is facing charges for grooming children over the internet, impersonating a police officer and handcuffing several of them.
The resignation of William Petzäll from the Sweden Democrats is a setback which the party can manage, but they have to ensure that it remains a unique event, according to political scientist Andreas Johansson Heinö.
A team of Swedish hunters made a gruesome discovery when out patrolling the woods in central Sweden last Sunday when they stumbled upon a tray full discarded elk entrails.
Thousands of Swedes are taking advantage of the tax breaks on offer from the government for home improvements to spruce up their second homes on the French Riviera and elsewhere.
The problems of a multicultural Swedish society won’t solve themselves if our politicians, in fear of being called a "racist", don't break their silence on the issues, argues equal rights activist Bahareh Andersson.
As Sweden's autumn hunting season gets into full swing, the AFP's Igor Gedilaghine, gets a firsthand glimpse into Sweden's great elk hunt.
The Sweden Democrats on Monday called on rogue MP William Petzäll to surrender his seat in Sweden's Riksdag and "instead focus his energies on a long term solution to his problems".
The Sweden Democrats have a lost a Riksdag seat following a decision by William Petzäll to leave the party and sit as an independent as a result of his alcohol and prescription drug abuse.
Several arrests were made in Helsingborg town centre on Sunday night as crowds gathered in their thousands to celebrations the local football team winning the Allsvenskan title.
Hunting is becoming more and more popular in Sweden with over 10,000 people taking their hunting certificate this year alone, representing a near 10 percent increase on last year.