‘It’s tough. Ericsson has been like a second home’

‘It’s tough. Ericsson has been like a second home’

One in five Ericsson workers in Sweden will have to leave their jobs as a result of cuts announced by the telecoms giant on Tuesday.

Incredible time-lapse video of Northern Lights in Stockholm

Incredible time-lapse video of Northern Lights in Stockholm

Watch the Northern Lights make a rare and dazzling appearance in the sky over Stockholm.

Plane delayed after crew member failed alcohol test

Plane delayed after crew member failed alcohol test

An international flight from Malmö Airport was temporarily grounded after a member of the crew failed a breathalyzer test in the cockpit.

Who are the British winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics?

Who are the British winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics?

A British trio based in the US are this year's winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics.

BLOG: Sweden’s Nobel Prize in Physics 2016

BLOG: Sweden’s Nobel Prize in Physics 2016

Three British scientists based in the US have won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics. The Local reported live.

Why Cinnamon Bun Day is an enduring Swedish success

Why Cinnamon Bun Day is an enduring Swedish success

Could the success of Sweden's Cinnamon Bun Day be down to a national identity crisis? One expert thinks so.

Ericsson confirms plans to cut thousands of jobs in Sweden

Ericsson confirms plans to cut thousands of jobs in Sweden

Ericsson has confirmed reports that it intends to cut 3000 jobs in Sweden.

Cinnamon Bun Day: Six sticky facts about Sweden’s beloved bun

Cinnamon Bun Day: Six sticky facts about Sweden’s beloved bun

On October 4th, Swedes celebrate National Cinnamon Bun Day in honour of their favourite sweet treat, but why have a special day dedicated to a sugary snack? The Local has got its teeth into six scrumptious facts about the nation's most popular pastry.

Show of support for tech talent told to leave Sweden

Show of support for tech talent told to leave Sweden

Politicians, entrepreneurs and supporters gathered at Stockholm's Chamber of Commerce on Monday to throw their weight behind Tayyab Shabab, the developer told to leave Sweden due to an admin error.

Ericsson to cut up to 4,000 jobs in Sweden: report

Ericsson to cut up to 4,000 jobs in Sweden: report

More bad news from the Swedish telecoms giant.

‘It’s time to stop painting all Muslims with the same brush’

‘It’s time to stop painting all Muslims with the same brush’

Swedish society needs to recognize that Muslims are not a collective, but rather a mosaic of different faiths, religions and backgrounds to have a serious debate on radical Islamism, argues Magnus Ranstorp from the Swedish Defence University.