Up to 150 refugees who began marching towards the border with Sweden, known for its more generous asylum policies, have finally agreed to be taken to police stations to register, as required under EU rules.
Hunters in northern Sweden kicked off the annual elk hunt on Monday, with 87,000 elk set to be culled.
Sweden is set to raise the maximum age for free dental care from 19 to 23, following government negotiations with the opposition Left Party.
Following a record jump in the number of women working at executive level, Sweden's diversity lobbyists AllBright said on Monday that equality in the boardrooms could be reached in four years.
UPDATED: A group of refugees who fled from Rødby station in southern Denmark on Sunday night has now set off on foot towards Sweden, where many of them say they have family members waiting.
Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has said he is "concerned" that some EU countries are still "shirking their responsibility" to take in refugees, ahead of talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss the crisis.
The Swedish summer may not be over yet, with meteorologists predicting one final hurrah later this week after a weekend of torrential rain and even snow in some parts of the country.
A man in southern Sweden has been convicted of "secretly filming" his female colleague after she chanced upon an unusually placed mobile telephone in the change room.
Sweden captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a doubt for his country's Euro 2016 qualifier at home to Austria on Tuesday, coach Erik Hamren has said.
UPDATED: Around 170 refugees escaped from police in southern Denmark on Sunday and tried to make their way to Sweden, apparently following fears they would be deported back to Germany by Danish authoritites.
Since moving to Sweden nine years ago, US expat Sarah Snavely has juggled a career in translation with motherhood and a passion for the arts, but doesn't believe she'll ever feel Swedish.