The man convicted of funding the Stockholm suicide bomber has launched a bid for freedom, as he awaits a decision on his deportation, The Herald reports
- May never be released, due to security concerns.
- Long plagued by staff shortages.
Some health authorities are resorting to major pay-outs to keep nurses working the vastly popular June-August holiday period
- Will aid the existing rescues.
As thousands of people drown trying to reach Europe from North Africa, a Swedish shipping line is getting equipment ready to save migrants’ lives.
A plan to make Swedes pay off high mortgages has been criticised by building firms, who say it would lower demand for new homes.
- Conducts the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Daniel Harding is one of the world's top conductors and describes the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, which he has run for the past eight years, as "incredibly hard-working and talented".
- Garbage carried by currents.
The west coast of Sweden is one of Europe's most littered places, claims The Keep Sweden Tidy Foundation in its annual report.
There were fewer applications to study at colleges and universities this fall than last, according to news agency TT.