Swedish steward cheers sky high sex couple

Swedish steward cheers sky high sex couple

UPDATED: A cabin crew member stunned passengers arriving in Stockholm by making an announcement to ironically congratulate a couple caught "reproducing" in a bathroom during a flight from Paris.

Sweden’s Zlatan fit for next Euro 2016 clash

Sweden’s Zlatan fit for next Euro 2016 clash

Sweden captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been declared fit to play in his country's Euro 2016 qualifier at home to Austria on Tuesday night.

Swedish priest scores fame with wedding selfie

Swedish priest scores fame with wedding selfie

A priest who used a selfie stick to snap a happy couple at the altar has told The Local he's "confused" about why his photo has gone viral. The Swedish word for priest is 'präst' and Swedes have dubbed his picture the first 'prälfie'.

Sweden and Germany push for refugee sharing

Sweden and Germany push for refugee sharing

UPDATED: Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel and Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Löfven have welcomed European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker's plan to relocate refugees from overstretched EU states.

Stockholmers gather to welcome refugees

Stockholmers gather to welcome refugees

Volunteers headed to Stockholm's central train station on Tuesday to welcome refugees with clothes, food, and coffee. One told The Local that some Swedes don't realize how lucky they are to live in such a safe place.

SAS celebrates ‘best profitability’ since 1995

SAS celebrates ‘best profitability’ since 1995

Nordic airline SAS has announced its pre-tax profits were 30 percent higher this summer than in 2014 and said it's celebrating its best July for a decade, after years of tough competition from budget carriers.

Sweden cooks up higher local meat prices

Sweden cooks up higher local meat prices

The demand for Swedish meat is high and customers are ready to fork out for it, new statistics show, but experts have warned that Swedes need to opt for more locally made milk too.

Migrant crisis? Send in Olof Palme

Migrant crisis? Send in Olof Palme

IN MY VOICE: Bukenya Charles, an NFGL student in Örebro, reflects upon the humanitarian crisis as refugees flee the Middle East - and calls for more courageous people, like deceased Swedish Prime Minister Olaf Palme, to step up and do the right thing.

Refugees turn back after walk towards Sweden

Refugees turn back after walk towards Sweden

UPDATED: Police in southern Denmark have reopened a motorway after closing it as a huge group of refugees attempted to walk to Sweden.

‘The long wait is making people crazy’

‘The long wait is making people crazy’

Asylum seeker Yusuf Babatunde, 36, says refugees need more psychological support and argues that many new arrivals would welcome the chance to focus their minds on voluntary work, while they wait for their paperwork to be processed.