Advertisement

Support provided to refugee children in Sweden inadequate: report

In a new report, Sweden's Ombudsman for Children details the difficulty experienced by children during their asylum process in Sweden.

Advertisement

How to help your child adjust to life abroad

Moving abroad can be a big adjustment for anyone - and it's even harder when the move wasn't your choice. So how do you help your children settle in when your family makes the move? One Swedish startup is helping to answer this question.

 
SPONSORED

Trump: 'Sweden. I make the statement, everyone goes crazy'

US president Donald Trump has insisted that he was right about "last night in Sweden".

Advertisement
Advertisement

How Brexit might affect finances for UK expats in Sweden

Any Britons living in Sweden will probably want to read this.

 
SPONSORED

Ten ways being an international student in Sweden changes you

And you thought you just came here to study...

Advertisement
Advertisement

Gothenburg: where the city is your campus

Learn why foreign students at the University of Gothenburg feel they've ended up in Sweden's ultimate college town.

 
SPONSORED

'I wanted to show Sweden what India is to me'

Meet the Indian engineer and artist bringing her culture to Sweden.

Advertisement

Swedish for Programmers: the secret to getting a job

It can be hard to find a job in a foreign country – even if you have skills that are in-demand. The Local spoke with an employer about what they look for – and a few expats who solved the problem.

 
SPONSORED

11 must-have products for expat parents in Sweden

Sunburns and foot warts and lice, oh my! Here are 11 products every expat parent should keep in their medicine cabinet.

 
SPONSORED

What should you do during a terror attack?

The likelihood of ending up in the middle of a terror attack remains low in Sweden. But if the worst should happen, what can you do to boost your chances? The Local asked experts for advice.

Advertisement

Why everyone should fly Qatar Airways Business Class at least once in their life

One business class to rule them all, and to bring you to new levels of in-air pleasure…even on the longest flight in the world.

 
SPONSORED

Swedish health watchdog criticizes doctor over woman's toilet birth

Sweden's health watchdog has criticized a doctor after a pregnant woman was sent home and gave birth in the toilet moments after being told to take paracetamol.

'At Malmö University you become part of a global network'

Did you know you can study at Malmö University, no matter where in the world you are? The Local finds out more about the school's 'Glocal classroom' concept and how it brings a top education to your doorstep.

 
SPONSORED

How to make cloudberry ice cream

It's spring! Right...? Let's at least pretend it is and try this cloudberry ice cream. Recipe courtesy of food writer John Duxbury.

The secret to a great quality of life in Stockholm

Think you know the key to achieving the ultimate quality of life in Stockholm? Think again.

 
SPONSORED

Eight things to love about renting in Sweden

A housing crisis means that short-term sublets are the norm in major cities and rent regulation rules are frequently flouted. But this week, The Local has decided to look on the bright side of renting an apartment in Sweden.

Why you need a EuroBonus American Express Card

There are a lot of airlines out there – and a plethora of loyalty programmes. They all promise a dozen benefits – but also an awful lot of fine print. How often do you actually understand the system well enough to take advantage of the perks?

 
SPONSORED

Ten beautiful spots in Sweden you must visit this spring

Your daydreams about warmer days are about to get more realistic. Here are ten must visit Swedish spots for the spring.

7 reasons you should have international health insurance

Are you covered in your new country? And what happens if there's an emergency?

 
SPONSORED

How The Local helped this business school reach smart young global citizens

When a leading European business school wanted to raise awareness of its new pan-European course, The Local delivered.

OPINION: 'Why is what happened to the Sami in Sweden not common knowledge?'

Internationally acclaimed movie Sami Blood should make Swedes question why Sami oppression in Sweden is not common knowledge, and it's time for that to change, argues Sami Parliament member Oscar Sedholm.

Europe

'More Norwegians than ever' take medication

Over 70 percent of Norwegians took some form of medication in 2016, according to statistics – a higher proportion than ever before.

 

Norway

Is it a good idea to paint your apartment white?

Houzz.se's Amanda Strömberg asks two experts about what you should think about if you want to paint your entire home white.

Advertisement

Sweden: We need international doctors

Sweden has more doctors now than in 2009, according to a new report. But the country needs even more, experts say.