Sweden's chief heraldists remain dissatisfied with a decision by the Nordic Battlegroup to remove a lion's penis depicted on its coat of arms.
A speech by Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves to Swedish Trade Union Confederation (LO) economists did little to shed light on the bank’s decision making process.
Sweden last year became the second largest source of foreign investment in France.
Five teenage boys have been convicted in Malmö for binding their 14-year-old classmate with tape last May.
A lecturer from Uppsala University has been fined the equivalent of 60 days' wages for striking a medical student across the face during a practical demonstration.
The violent deaths of two red pandas at the Nuremberg Zoo are being investigated by police.
Two founders of The Pirate Bay are lending their secure web hosting skills to Wikileaks, a controversial website dedicated to publishing confidential information on the internet.
Travellers planning to book a trip with budget airline Ryanair this weekend will have to hold off for a few days after the company announced that its booking system will be off limits from Friday evening until Monday evening.
Municipal food inspectors had discovered more than 30 cases of mislabelled meat prior to a Swedish Television documentary in December which revealed that four ICA stores were intentionally re-labelling their meat.
Police in Dalarna have arrested a man in his twenties in connection with the murder of a 15-year-old girl in Mora at the weekend.
A doctor on a temporary assignment at a local clinic in Småland has been reported to police for sending offensive text messages to a female patient.