A friend of child murder suspect Christine Schürrer testified on Monday that he did not believe the 32-year-old German woman had given birth to a child last September as she has claimed.
The number of low cost airlines landing at Stockholm's Arlanda airport has trebled over the last five years, Dagens Nyheter reports.
A man died in a boating accident near the island of Ingarö, east of Stockholm on Monday morning. He was with one other person in a small boat when it capsized.
Stuart Roberts travels to Gothenburg for the second annual Way Out West Festival. Franz Ferdinand, Sonic Youth and Nick Cave are among the top acts on a fast and furious day one.
Day two of the Way Out West is no less impressive than day one, writes Stuart Roberts. There are big names aplenty as Neil Young, Kelis, Lil' Kim, N*E*R*D and The Flaming Lips all take to the stage.
Sweden's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Chairman of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe Carl Bildt is travelling to Tbilisi on Monday in a bid to bring Russia and Georgia to the negotiating table.
A majority of Swedes believe that real estate prices are set to fall or remain static, according to a real estate price index report by the Skandinaviska Enskilda Bank (SEB).
A 35-year-old man sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of a 43-year-old homosexual man and the attempted murder of another homosexual man has appealed against his sentence.
A recent investigation has shown that only 7 percent of criminal suspects tried at the Gothenburg courts had legal representatives present when under police interrogation.
Swedish state-run pharmacy Apoteket has been reported to the Swedish Equal Opportunities Ombudsman agency JämO for only selling sex toys suitable for women, thus apparently discriminating against men.
The Social Democrats have called for Sweden to treble the number of young people called up for military service.
A staff member at Karolinska University Hospital is to undergo an internal investigation for taking photographs of an operation and making the pictures available for viewing on social networking site Facebook, Expressen reports.
Uppsala Reggae festival is Scandinavia's largest in the genre. Thousands of visitors come to Uppsala and this year the police as usual had their hands full with drugs offences.