Swedish spin doctors appear to be on fashion-police duty once again, with Social Democrats told to roll up their sleeves for photo ops, just a month after Moderates were asked put their pets in outfits with logos.
The Swedish government announced on Thursday that it was injecting 2 billion kronor ($307 million) into improving access to cancer care and providing more treatment for uncommon forms of cancer.
Doctors in Sweden discussed organ donation within earshot of Jimi Fritze as he lay in hospital after a stroke. The patient, however, could hear every word but couldn't protest as he couldn't move.
Swedish police are looking into the reported group assault on a 59-year-old woman who was begging outside a shopping mall in suburban Stockholm when bottles came flying.
"Do you want an orange negro?" Comments such as this litter Fanna Ndow Norrby's life. Her Instagram @svartkvinna handle has attracted 17,000 followers, all keen to hear our Swede of the Week's stories of sexist racism.
The official inquiry into state-owned Vattenfall's disastrous purchase of Nuon has started heating up, with a former enterprise ministry aide reacting strongly to statements made by the energy giant's former chair.
A Swedish family renovating their living room was shocked to find a gravestone from the 1800s under the floorboards.
As another dismal Pisa report leaves parents up in arms and policymakers fretting, The Local’s David Landes tells of a recent letter from a teacher that helps explain why Swedish students can’t solve problems.
Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was forced to leave the pitch injured during the PSG Champions League clash against Chelsea on Wednesday. The extent of the injury remains unclear.