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Many of our stories come straight from the horse's mouth. Our readers are The Local's on-the-ground correspondents. Find out how to share stories, and remain anonymous.

The Romanian job seeker who swapped names on his CV and all of a sudden got tonnes of job interviews. The British man stuck in an administrative Catch 22 that saw him run in circles trying to please Swedish bureaucrats. 

Not to mention our many op-ed contributors who have mused over the transition to life in Sweden.

You are more than welcome to contact us with stories. If you want to remain anonymous, we suggest that you make contact on the phone. Please remember to have a clear focus, rather than ramble, and be ready, when possible, to help us back up your claims or suggest ways for us to look into the information you are providing.

All public sector employees should note they have a legal right to speak out or become whistleblowers. More information can be accessed on the trade union Vision's website (in Swedish).

Whether it be housing, untoward business practices, politics or simply your thoughts about an odd cultural quirk. You can also use the hashtag #localleads on Twitter to lead us to the information. 

Politics and labour: ann.tornkvist@thelocal.se

Op-eds and general news: david.landes@thelocal.se

Features and lifestyle: oliver.gee@thelocal.se

We look forward to hearing from you. 

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