Over the past two weeks Swedes have been hit by more cases of the flu than since measuring began in 1993, according to AnnaSara Carnahan at the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
- "Only the tip of the iceberg."
- Increased profits 30 percent in 2014.
Increased sales in China mean that automobile manufacturer Volvo is reaping record profits, and the company says it may seek new hires in the future.
- "Wetterstrand combines experience, commitment and political capital."
Maria Wetterstrand has been tasked by the government to lead an investigation into the possibilities of fossil fuel-free vehicles by 2030 and a carbon-neutral Sweden by 2050.
- Worst in hotel and restaurant, health care and commerce.
A new report shows that 14 percent of women between 16-29 years old have been victims of sexual harassment on the job.
- This spring.
The question whether or not to renew Sweden's controversial arms agreement with Saudi Arabia may cause a divide in the Green and Social Democrat party coalition government, newspaper Dagens Nyheter reports.
- 4 x 5 km cross-country relaySkiier Maria Rydqvist fell.
The Swedish women's cross-country relay team won a silver medal today at the Nordic World Ski Championships in Falun.
- Critics on both sides.
A new law meant to improve accessibility for disabled people to public and commercial spaces is being criticized by advocates for both disabled persons and for small businesses, and now the government has promised to review the rules.
- Video showed him beating a captive.
The Södertörn district court found a 28-year-old Syrian man guilty of war crimes and sentenced him to five years in prison, the first case of its kind in Sweden.
- Stars awarded to three taverns.
Malmö joined the map of Swedish cities with Michelin-starred eateries when the famous French guide announced Thursday that three of the city's taverns would each receive a coveted star.
- Farmers immobilize sows for five days.
The trial run by Swedish pig farmers to severely restrict the movement of lactating sows in order to reduce piglet mortality is now gaining international criticism.
- "We want to show the great diversity of museums Stockholm has to offer."
There's been a boom of private museums opening in Stockholm recently, with five starting up over the past five years in and around the city. Directors of three private museums in Stockholm gathered at the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce in Stockholm's Stureplan neighborhood for a conference discussing the role of private museums in Stockholm's cultural life and how they fit in with their public siblings.
- "May those who love prosper"
The Millesgården museum in Lidingö, just outside Stockholm, is currently housing an exhibit in collaboration with the Swedish Pompeii Project, recreating a house from the city block in Pompeii where the project has been conducting research and documentation.