With The Local's partnership football club Långholmen FC starting their league campaign this Wednesday, Keith Moore takes a look at who they will be facing in the 2009 Division 4 Central.
Stockholm's hotel rooms are already in short supply for the weekend in June 2010 when Crown Princess Victoria weds Daniel Westling. Travel firms are betting on a summer tourism boom for the capital.
Sales of hay fever medicines and vaccinations continue to rise in Sweden despite a levelling off in the number of allergies.
The German government’s newest economics advisor says a number of failing banks should be allowed to collapse, and predicted that hundreds of thousands of jobs would be lost in Germany.
Rushing back into the supermarkets on Tuesday, Germans will find that comparing prices of food in supermarket has become more complicated, with this weekend’s scrapping of the standard size rules.
The toad migration season has begun, and an army of volunteers are dutifully manning the toad fences along hundreds of German roads where the creatures would otherwise come to a sticky end.
One of Germany’s most senior Catholic bishops has caused outrage by attacking atheism and implying a connection between non belief in God and the worst crimes of Nazism and communism.
While most Christians mark Easter with prayers and song, one Swedish church opened its mass on Sunday by unveiling a life-size Lego statue of Jesus Christ, its pastor told AFP.
Lars Ohly, the leader of the Swedish Left party, was rushed to hospital on Friday night. After experiencing stomach pains Ohly underwent an emergency operation.
An old people’s care home has recorded an eighth death in connection with a mysterious illness hitting residents.
A German-Afghan woman who spent years in exile here before returning to Afghanistan to enter politics and fight for women’s rights has been assassinated in the southern city of Kandahar.
A ten-year-old boy uncovered a stash of illicit drugs while out playing over the Easter weekend in the southern Swedish town of Borås.