All rail traffic between Stockholm’s Central and Southern stations closed down for much of Thursday, following a cable fire in a tunnel earlier in the day. The halt, which affects both the mainlines to Gothenburg and Malmö, as well as commuter trains, is expected to be over sometime during the evening.
- On eve of major Midsummer holiday travel.
- The world's most powerful 'super-microscope'.
British scientist John Womersley took over as head of the European Spallation Source (ESS) in November. Listen in as he shows us what's going on inside the particle accelerator tunnel.
- Electrical fault.
"It feels like a ghost train that never moves" says one passenger trapped inside a dark, powerless Gothenburg-bound train for almost five hours last night.
- Another six months.
The government said on Wednesday that Sweden will once again extend its border controls within the Schengen area for another six months.
- Replacement busses.
Thousands of travellers are affected as a train carrying dangerous goods has derailed in Varberg, in Halland in southern Sweden.
- Urban development
An agreement signed today, ensures the construction of several new railway links in and around Sweden's capital, as well as 100,000 new housing units.
- Electric cars.
The number of vehicle charging stations has increased dramatically in the Sörmland area of central-eastern Sweden, where there are now six times as many stations compared to the autumn of 2015, Swedish Radio reports.
The Öresund Bridge between Malmö and Copenhagen has reopened after being closed in both directions for part of Thursday afternoon after two cars collided midway across.
- Road closures and snow.
Should you have winter or summer tyres? What should you take on a road journey? And why should you avoid Jönköping at all costs? We asked Love Bergström from Swedish Radio's Traffic Department for his Easter driving tips.
- Trains, buses cancelled.
Public transport in much of central Stockholm was cancelled following the attack.
- Manages thousands of state-owned properties.
The director-general of Sweden's National Property Board has been suspended from his post by the government, after being charged in a corruption investigation.
- Housing shortage.
The number of people waiting for a first-hand lease in Stockholm grew by almost 40,000 last year, according to a report by the city’s Housing Agency.
- A special programme looking ahead to what we can expect from 2017.