Guards ‘reject’ migrants from Eurovision fan zone

Guards ‘reject’ migrants from Eurovision fan zone

It seems not everyone is welcome in Stockholm's Eurovision fan park.

Sweden slides down Europe’s ‘gay friendly’ rankings

Sweden slides down Europe’s ‘gay friendly’ rankings

The Nordic country has fallen from fourth to twelfth place in a review of how LGBTI people experience human rights across the continent.

Lawyers: Assange’s texts may cast doubt on sex claims

Lawyers: Assange’s texts may cast doubt on sex claims

Text messages sent between Julian Assange and the woman he's accused of raping need to be made public, his lawyers have argued.

Housing shortage could ‘hold back growth’ for Sweden

Housing shortage could ‘hold back growth’ for Sweden

Sweden's complex housing market is causing recruiters a major headache, according to a new report on the country's economic prospects.

Migrants still in hospital after failed crossing to Sweden

Migrants still in hospital after failed crossing to Sweden

UPDATED: Two of the four men pulled out of the Öresund strait between Sweden and Denmark on Sunday remain in hospital.

British expats: have your say in this historic decision

British expats: have your say in this historic decision

Many Brits abroad have the right to vote on Britain's future in the EU. They should use it, David Lidington, British Europe Minister, writes for The Local.

Last chance (for now) to sweat in Swedish sun

Last chance (for now) to sweat in Swedish sun

Loving the bikini and barbecue weather? Make the most of it.

Meet Asad, the Afghan teen who asks ‘Where is home?’ in his award-winning debut film

Meet Asad, the Afghan teen who asks ‘Where is home?’ in his award-winning debut film

Asad Nazari, a 14-year-old unaccompanied refugee child from Afghanistan, has been in Sweden less than a year but has already picked up a top prize at a recent Stockholm film competition.

Police: ‘Beggars limit access for disabled’

Police: ‘Beggars limit access for disabled’

Begging is not illegal in Stockholm but police say those who do it could be breaking 'accessibility' rules by blocking pavements.

‘A united Europe benefits both Britain and Sweden’

‘A united Europe benefits both Britain and Sweden’

It's time to focus on a united Europe, says the Swedish politician.