A man in central Sweden has gone on a rampage with a chainsaw after a family housing dispute took an unexpected turn.
A man in southern Sweden has landed in hot water after he stole a tablet computer, gave it to a beggar, then reported her to the police.
Stockholm's archipelago is the focus of the biggest military operation in Sweden since the Cold War. The Local is in the region's capital, Vaxholm, to see what residents make of the drama.
The EU group that bound several Eurosceptic parties including the Sweden Democrats has been saved by an MEP from a far-right Polish group, just a week after it appeared to have crumbled, according to a UK press report.
Sweden's military says it has no plans to downsize the search for a possible foreign submarine and is prepared to force any suspect vessel to the surface of the sea, "with armed force if necessary".
In October 2014 the Swedish military launched an extensive hunt for what was rumoured to be a damaged Russian submarine in the Stockholm archipelago. A month later officials confirmed that a vessel had been present but said they didn't know where it came from.
The developed world is quickly becoming paralyzed by fear of the unexpected Ebola virus - but was it really so unexpected, given the poverty and history of Africa? NFGL member Banjwa Adventino, studying Development Studies at Lund University, examines these issues.
Swedbank has seen its profits rise higher than expected.
Small businesses won't face rising sick pay costs, following a policy reversal from Sweden's new coalition government.