A 700,000 kronor ($105,051) asking price didn't stop the sale of a parking spot in Stockholm's trendy Östermalm district where the price for real estate designated for cars can exceed the per square-metre price of nearby apartments.
When readers of the southern Sweden daily Sydsvenskan surfed onto the site on Monday, they were greeted not by the latest news from the region but images of a scantily clad Paris Hilton and other less-than-fully-dressed celebrities.
The Swedish krona is 25 percent overvalued against the US dollar, according to the OECD, jeopardizing the currency's appeal as a “safe haven” for investors.
A 28-year-old man suspected of stabbing a young girl in the throat in a Gothenburg schoolyard at the beginning of February has confessed to the crime, after being apprehended in another European country.
Swedish military police are investigating a suspected illegal boxing match arranged by a group of Swedish soldiers at the Mazar-i-Sharif base in Afghanistan which reportedly left one soldier in need of medical treatment.
2011 marked the largest exodus from Sweden in history with over 50,000 people leaving the country, with China proving to be an ever more popular destination for Swedes who move abroad.
A pastor from central Sweden who uploaded “pornographic” pictures of himself and his girlfriend to an office computer will not be sacked over the incident.
Carina Höglund, mother to 2008's 10-year-old murder victim Engla, is suing the government for its inability to protect her daughter in what she claimed was a preventable attack.
A gynaecologist in Gothenburg has been charged with two cases of sexual abuse after allegedly sexually molesting two patients during their examinations.
A Swede pulled from a snowed-in car claiming he had not eaten for two months had lived in the vehicle since mid-2011, media reported, as experts said the "miraculous survival" was theoretically possible.