The 27-year old German “tourist” who has been living rough in the Gothenburg Landvetter arrivals hall has left the airport after receiving an offer of a job and a place to live by a Stockholm firm.
Sweden's second-biggest bank, Handelsbanken, posted much-improved earnings for the full-year 2011 largely thanks to a decline in credit losses, the company said on Wednesday.
A company environmental health representative has reported a transport company in Sweden after the manager’s pet dog was found treating the staff room as a toilet, outraging workers.
Two people were found dead in an apartment in Tullinge, in south Stockholm, on Wednesday, in what police are considering to be a suspicious death.
Stockholm beat out Helsinki and Copenhagen, as well as several other university towns in northern Europe in a ranking of the “Best Student Cities in the World” published this week.
Former Arsenal and Sweden midfielder Fredrik Ljungberg has left J-League Shimizu S-Pulse after less than six months in Japan, saying staying at the club was "not the right project" for him.
Swedish foreign minister Carl Bildt on Wednesday called for Syrian president Assad to step down when delivering the government's annual statement on foreign policy, which also prompted a heated debate about the recognition of a Palestinian state.
A man in Stockholm has been charged with sexually harassing Sweden's minister for enterprise and Center Party head Annie Lööf, through the social networking site Twitter.
A total of six lives were saved by Sweden's massive swine flu vaccination programme, according to a new report, despite 60 percent of the Swedish population getting vaccinated.
Swedish hamburger chain Max has been reported to police on suspicions of trying to bribe members of parliament by sending them a gift card along with an invitation to come eat at the popular fast food restaurant.
A 12-year-old boy attacked a police officer with a knife in the Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby on Tuesday, sparking a brawl that sent two officers to hospital.