The explosive fire in central Stockholm over the weekend caused the death of the pioneering Finnish photographer Claire Aho.
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has arrived in Paris for the start of the UN climate conference aimed at agreeing a new global approach to climate change. He calls it "one of the most important meetings we will ever have".
Almost 28,000 households were still without power Monday lunchtime, after Storm Gorm blew threw southern Sweden, Sunday. Fallen trees by roadsides are making it difficult to repair damaged utility lines, according to energy company Eon.
One person died and eight were taken to hospital after a fire in an apartment building in central Stockholm, Swedish Radio News reports.
The traditional Christmas straw goat also known as Gävlebocken has now been erected in Gävle in central Sweden. The inauguration, which included music, fireworks and a race, started at 3 pm on Sunday.
A couple living outside the city of Sundsvall woke up in the early hours of Sunday when an unknown woman got into their bed.
The governing Social Democrats and Greens have the lowest voter support in many years according to an opinion poll conducted by Novus and published by Swedish Radio News on Saturday.
The Drottningholm palace, the private residence of the Swedish royal family outside Stockholm, has cancelled public viewings and guided tours due to the raised terror threat in Sweden.
The Swedish Council for Higher Education has failed 42 people for cheating on the national university aptitude test, högskoleprovet, reports Swedish Radio News.
A new report from the biggest labour union federation wants the state to offer more training for unemployed people on benefits, while the opposition says getting an unskilled job is the best first step.
The broadband company Bredbandsbolaget does not need to block its customers from accessing the file-sharing website Pirate Bay, according to a ruling that the Stockholm district court made on Friday.
Several police officers warn that they do not have the proper equipment and training to deal with a terrorist attack.
Jimmie Åkesson, the leader of the opposition Sweden Democrats, kicked off his party's annual conference, held in Lund, by saying that critics believe his party is unnecessary - that the party has wound up overshadowed by what other parties are doing now on immigration.
The critically acclaimed UK drama mini-series, This is England '90, airs on Swedish television next week. It's the final season of Shane Meadows' series, which began almost a decade ago, featuring working class friends Lol, Woody, Gadget, Milky and Shaun. Radio Sweden met the actors playing Shaun and Milky when they were in Sweden for the Stockholm Film Festival.
The Swedish Social Insurance Agency predicts that the number of sick days taken will keep rising to an average of 13 days per person per year in 2020, according to a debate piece in the newspaper Dagens Nyheter, but the government would prefer to see the number drop instead.
One in two Swedes think that the government's recent asylum proposals, aimed at bringing down the number of refugees coming to Sweden, are necessary, according to a survey by the polling institute Novus.
The international non-governmental organisation Save the Children has set up a helpline for unaccompanied minors, where they can ask questions about the Swedish asylum system or just talk to someone if they are feeling lonely.
The government is now in agreement that municipalities should be forced to take in refugees, reports Swedish Radio News, and it also wants to reduce segregation in schools.