- SOM Institute report.
Jobs, schools and health care remained the top three issues for Swedish voters as the country enters its "super election year," with polls for the European and Swedish Parliaments in the coming months.
- 24 april kl 11:32
Sweden's Social Democrats say their top priorities in the EU are job creation, sustainability and social justice, with top candidate Marita Ulvskog warning that far-right parties are tapping into dissatisfaction among the growing number of unemployed Europeans. Reporter: Nathalie Rothschild.Meet the candidates.
In the EU, the Social Democrats are focusing on job creation, sustainability and social justice, with top candidate Marita Ulvskog warning that the far-right is tapping into dissatisfaction among the growing number of unemployed.
- (7:22 min)24 april kl 15:34
Sweden is slower catching up with the US and the UK when it comes to splashing out on a big wedding. As many couples enter the final stages of planning before the wedding season kicks in this summer, new figures show that Swedes now pay almost double for their wedding experiences than they did five years ago. Tove Leijon was one of the first wedding planners in Sweden and now trains people who want to enter the profession at the BröllopsAkademi (wedding Academy) in Nacka, Stockholm.Many invite 50 or more guests.
Sweden is slowly catching up with the US and the UK when it comes to splashing out on a big wedding.
- Refugees at risk.
The Swedish coastal guard helped rescue 1,100 refugees in the Mediterranean Sea in April, with one of its aircraft currently included in the EU-run Operation Hermes.
- Scania stock surges.
Swedish pension funds group Swedbank Robur said today it would accept Volkswagen’s offer of SEK 200 per share in truck maker Scania.