A government inquiry has proposed the dismantlement of Sweden's state-owned pharmaceutical retail monopoly Apoteket.
A swimming pool in northern Sweden has said it will allow women to bathe topless, following a campaign by feminists.
Restaurant company Nordic Service Partners (NSP), which includes both the Burger King and Taco Bar brands, has been approved for listing on the Stockholm stock exchange.
The Linköping district court has decided to retry Sweden’s largest file sharing case.
According to an initial investigation by telecom giant Telia Sonera, a series of technical and administrative failures led to 300,000 customers losing emails in last week’s server crash.
A homeless man from Gothenburg is facing prosecution after he was caught for the second time misappropriating the identity of a Korean businessman in order to obtain goods and services, Metro reports.
Prosecutors in Östersund have charged a high school teacher with abusing his position of trust for the sexual exploitation of an 18-year old male student, Östersunds-Posten reports.
Recruitment documents seized by American soldiers on the Iraqi-Syrian border have pointed to the involvement of a Swedish citizen in an organization with ties to al-Qaeda, Svenska Dagbladet reports.
Sweden's state-owned alcohol retail monopoly Systembolaget welcomed a record number of visitors over the Christmas and New Year period, with a total of 2.3 million customers making seasonal purchases, SVT reports.
Two more ICA supermarkets have been found to have sold minced meat that had passed its sell-by date just weeks after the chain held a crisis meeting with store managers over its recent food hygiene scandal.