With EU elections just days away, The Local chats to a handful of people living in Sweden from other EU countries and asks whether they'll vote for a party in Sweden, by post for a party in their home country, or neither - and why.
Two Stockholm men faced court on Tuesday after they allegedly kidnapped and tortured a man hired to help renovate a bathroom.
The booming micro-brewery scene in Stockholm is in jeopardy from a global hops shortage, created in part by their own clients as the city's discerning hipsters can't seem to get enough of fruity ales.
A 24-year-old Swede has been named as a key suspect by the US FBI in a case regarding the spread of software which can be used to hijack computers.
Uneven wealth distribution in Sweden can be put down in part to a lack of safe assets among individual Swedes, says liberal commentator Nima Sanandaji, who argues that politicians should encourage people to engage in investments to fight the disparity.
Are you looking for a spacious property complete with two apartments, garden guesthouse and organgerie in a charming seaside town? This Simrishamn property could be right up your charming cobbled street.
After Stockholm municipality ruled to close a soup kitchen for the city's homeless, senior officials reversed the decision on Tuesday after an outcry from the public.
Massive rainfall across western Sweden kept the emergency services busy on Monday evening and caused interruptions to transport links, most of which had eased by Tuesday morning.
Two men have been charged after attempting to steal parts of a human skeleton from a high school in Gothenburg in western Sweden, with one explaining that he thought it "would be a cool hard-rock thing" to have some bones at home.
Sweden has become a major world supplier of weapons counting a number of regimes criticised for human rights abuses among its customers, while at the same time enjoying a global reputation for peacemaking and generous foreign aid.
French au pair Marion Cuerq was so struck by how different Swedish parenting was to French discipline that she made a film about it. She tells The Local that critics of Sweden's dialogue-based childrearing simply want an excuse to keep hitting their children.