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Editor's picks: Today in Sweden

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Editor's picks: Today in Sweden
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The Local Sweden's editor picks some of our top news, features, opinion pieces, interviews and much more every Monday to Friday.

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Hello from Sweden…

… where we've just launched a new Facebook group called Living in Sweden, a place for you all to share advice and experiences about, as you might have guessed, living in Sweden. Why don't you head over to the group and introduce yourself – we would love to get to know you!

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Alicia Vikander, giving you back for old cheese. Photo: Evan Agostini/AP Photo

My Swedish Career

I interviewed Australian singer-songwriter Tania Doko the other day. She's one half of duo Bachelor Girl who had a huge hit back in 1998 (you may recognize it when you hear it). Today, she is based in Stockholm and is busy producing new and exciting material in one of the world's music capitals:

You can read more from our My Swedish Career series here, and if you're looking for a job in Sweden, check out our job site.

Being a love immigrant in Sweden

Have you ever moved abroad for love? It can be a wonderful experience, but don't be scared of speaking out about the challenges – sharing the ups and downs of life in Sweden is what we're here for. Our Europe Editor Catherine Edwards spoke to some readers who went through this process and came out on the other side:

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Thank you to those of you who shared your experiences in our Members' feature about love immigrants! 

If you want to share your story about life in Sweden, e-mail us at news@thelocal.se or join that Facebook group I mentioned, Living in Sweden – you don't have to be a Member to join. That said, if you do want to become a Member, you can subscribe via this link. Try us out for the price of a cup of coffee (cancel at any time):

Thanks for reading!

Emma Löfgren
Editor, The Local Sweden 

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