What’s on in Sweden:> Antiques and Reggae in Stockholm, The International Film Festival in Gothenburg, and Ian Brown swaggers into Malmö.
You're want to move up the career ladder, but you feel that all the good jobs are going to Swedes. What can you do to secure that well-earned promotion, asks Nic Townsend.
You've found your dream job and are heading on to pastures new. But how can you ensure you leave your current job on a high, asks Nic Townsend.
Swedish workplaces are famously non-hierarchical. How should those of us from more hierarchical cultures do to adapt, asks Nic Townsend.
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Threats and harassment are becoming increasingly commonplace for Jewish residents in Malmö in southern Sweden, leading many Jews to leave the city out of fear for their safety.
Countries all over the world are following the lead of Sweden, France and South Korea as the battle against illegal music downloads intensifies.
A former high-ranking police official has been arrested in central Sweden on suspicion of raping a woman and attempting to rape several children.
Women are dramatically under-represented in the boardrooms of major corporations in Germany and need state-imposed quotas to achieve parity, a study published Wednesday said.
Rescue workers have been kept fully occupied on Wednesday as snowstorms hit all parts of Sweden bar the extreme south east.
Israeli President Shimon Peres Wednesday issued an emotional plea to the world to bring the remaining perpetrators of the Holocaust to justice, in a deeply personal speech in the German parliament.
The Swedish government released a more optimistic forecast for the economy on Wednesday, announcing it expects the country’s GDP to climb by 3.0 percent in 2010.
The Local has eight pairs of tickets to give away to the Gothenburg International Film Festival.
Economy Minister Rainer Brüderle on Wednesday said Germany will grow more than expected this year, raising the government's growth forecast to 1.4 percent from a previous estimate of 1.2 percent.
Unbridled enthusiasm and cautious optimism, along with a dash of outright scepticism, marked the editorial pages of Swedish newspapers on Wednesday in reaction to news of Saab Automobile’s sale to Spyker Cars.
Shortly after the announcement that his company was purchasing Saab Automobile, Spyker Cars CEO Victor Muller vowed to keep the "iconic" Saab brand afloat amid the current car industry crisis.
German-born California socialite Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt, also known as the ninth husband of Hungarian-American actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, has announced his candidacy to become the governor of California.
A doctor’s insufficient Swedish skills are being blamed for delaying the removal of a patient’s malignant melanoma by nearly two months, prompting concern among health officials about the number of doctors who don’t speak the language well enough.
Günther Oettinger, Germany’s designated EU commissioner, is facing growing ridicule for his atrocious English thanks to a popular video on the internet.
A US court has granted asylum to an evangelical Christian family who fled Germany because they were not allowed to homeschool their children.
On the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, Stockholm-based Israeli journalist David Stavrou reflects on the importance of memory and self-examination, in Sweden and beyond, if we are to avoid recurrences of a catastrophe that was entirely man-made.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle defended the government’s new Afghanistan plan on Wednesday, saying that the US was happy with Germany’s contribution.
A new poll on Wednesday showed public support for the pro-business Free Democrats, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s junior coalition partners, had dropped by a third just four months after national elections.
Bayer Leverkusen's Germany midfielder Simon Rolfes may miss the World Cup finals after finding out he requires knee surgery, national coach Joachim Löw said late on Tuesday.
Swedbank has decided to scrap its 2009 bonus payments, bowing to criticism that Swedish banks had not done enough to trim variable compensation despite lower earnings.
In hopes of sparing her children from seeing their parents divorce, Elin Nordegren last week paid a visit to a sex addiction clinic where husband Tiger Woods is seeking treatment, according to celebrity website reports.