Jailed Swedish artist Dan Park was released last week, pending an appeal judgement. Sarah Isal, Chair of the European Network Against Racism argues that he has already created a dangerous legacy.
Now that the Nobel dust has settled, The Local's Oliver Gee hands out his own prizes for the best and worst moments of the week - from Best Laureate Name to the Most Helpful Simile.
Sweden's new Social Democrat-led government has lowered the country's growth forecast, blaming sweeping tax breaks by the outgoing conservative coalition for a "large hole" in finances.
Sweden's weather agency has issued a warning for wild weather, which is set to dump 40 millilitres of rain in just 24 hours.
You've landed a job interview at a Swedish company, but how should you approach it? Peter Helin - Marketing Coordinator at careerbuilder.se - has given his top tips to The Local.
The 2014 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel has been awarded to French Professor Jean Tirole "for his analysis of market power and regulation".
After a series of sexual attacks on women in the town of Hagfors, western Sweden, police have arrested a 22-year-old man.
A new Swedish study has found that xenophobia is decreasing around Europe, despite a rise in support for anti-immigrant political parties.
The SI NFGL kickoff event for students studying in northern Sweden was held this weekend. The event was packed with learning, networking, and inspiration. Here are pictures from the event.
The Social Democrats and Green Party have increased their support since Sweden's election last month, according to the first opinion poll since the country voted.
Sweden are third in Group G as they continue their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, after a 2-0 win over Liechtenstein in Stockholm on Sunday.