Robin Stjernberg wins Melodifestivalen

Robin Stjernberg wins Melodifestivalen

Idol veteran Robin Stjernberg and his ballad You won Saturday night's Melodifestivalen final at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, and will represent Sweden at May's Eurovision in Malmö.

Sweden will not amend ‘wife import’ rules

Sweden will not amend ‘wife import’ rules

Equality Minister Maria Arnholm wants Sweden to keep the right to deport women whose relationships with Swedish spouses end within two years of their arrival in Sweden.

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Sweden prepares for first Turkish state visit

Sweden prepares for first Turkish state visit

Police have warned of potential disruptions during Sweden's first ever official visit by a Turkish head of state as President Abdullah Gül prepares to travel to Stockholm with a 100-strong delegation.

Octogenarian narrowly escapes wax and polish

Octogenarian narrowly escapes wax and polish

An 82-year-old man got a proper scrub after getting stuck in an automatic car wash at his son's petrol station in Växjö, south Sweden - but he managed to escape before the wax and polish programme kicked in.

Centre Party forgives prof’s Muhammad email

Centre Party forgives prof’s Muhammad email

A local politician and university lecturer who sent a racist email to a student has been readmitted to the Centre Party in Rättvik, central Sweden.

‘Gigantic’ avalanche claims skier’s life

‘Gigantic’ avalanche claims skier’s life

A man in his thirties was found buried under the snow three hours after getting caught in a powerful avalanche in the popular Swedish ski resort Åre on Friday.