Sävare parish outside Lidköping will not be welcoming school pupils to celebrate end of term in the church.
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- Ongoing debate.
The wind is causing trouble in some of the areas affected by wildfires and now more people are having to evacuate their homes.
Religious leaders here will hold a memorial mass for the more than 350 killed in the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka.
- New inquiry.
The government wants to curb gambling ads and will investigate ways to limit and maybe also ban them - partially or totally.
- Lessons learned.
Last summer's record-breaking wildfires were the worst in recent memory. But with a spate of grass or forest fires already ablaze, how prepared is Sweden this year?
- Midnight Friday.
Pilots at SAS Airlines are threatening to go on strike this Friday over working conditions and salary.
An estimated 100 small grass or forest fires are burning in Sweden with and one of the most serious just outside of Hästveda in Hässleholm municipality, where some 50 people had to evacuate their homes.
- SMHI warning.
Several grass and forest fires broke out during the Easter weekend and the meteorological office SMHI warns that the risk of more fires is great.
- English language lessons.
Sweets or candy? Biscuits or cookies?
- Hundreds dead.
Swedish officials and native Sri Lankans here condemned a series of bombings that rocked the island nation on Easter Sunday.
American English, once looked down upon by Sweden's education establishment, has firmly usurped British English among schoolchildren learning the language and a new generation of teachers.
- Change in political debate.
Swedish support for work permit holders from non-EU countries is increasing, a new survey shows.