A 16-year old boy who fell onto train tracks after a fight over alleged shoplifting has died.
- Chased by a shop-owner.
- 2 september kl 12:29
Giving her reaction to the Social Democrats` manifesto launch, Radio Sweden spoke to Matilde Millares, a political scientist at Stockholm University.Three times the government investments.
The Social Democrats promise SEK 40 billion investment to stimulate jobs and welfare, if they win the election.
- Appealed to the public for help.
An escaped child murderer has been arrested, reports news agency TT.
- Newspaper crisis continues.
70 jobs will have to go at the tabloid newspaper Expressen, the employees were informed on Tuesday.
- 2 september kl 13:46
Poisonous mushrooms: Pelle Holmberg
Swedes just love to pick mushrooms at this time of year and it`s quite common for children to be taught at a young age about the mushrooms that are good to eat and those that are poisonous and should be left alone in the forest. Despite this, the Swedish Poisons Information Centre receives hundreds of calls from people worried that they have been poisoned. In the past few days, several people have been admitted to hospital after eating the White "flugsvamp" while the equally poisonous brown flug svamp was mistakenly put on sale at a market stall in gothenburg. Radio Sweden speaks to keen mushroom enthusiast and expert Pelle Holmberg.On sale at market stall.
A customer saw three crates of suspicious mushrooms on sale at a market in Gothenburg and sounded the alarm. It turned out the mushroom was highly poisonous.
- State-owned invester.
State-owned investment company Swedfund will be helping the clothing giant H&M to break into the Ethiopian market.
- Copper theft delay alleviated.
Train traffic is back on track sooner than expected after Monday's copper theft from electric cables.