What else is happening in Sweden?
Fraudsters targeted the elderly - several sentenced to prison : The Solna District Court has sentenced three men to 1.5 to 2 years in prison for serious fraud against elderly victims, while two others received probation. The fraud involved tricking the victims into giving away their bank cards and making withdrawals. Another case in Malmö District Court saw ten individuals convicted of obtaining money and valuables from elderly women across southern Sweden.
Major housing project in Hässelby facing delays : The reconstruction of Maltesholmsvägen in Hässelby, Sweden, as part of a major housing project has been delayed, pushing the start of construction to 2026. The project aims to increase the proportion of owner-occupied apartments in the area and improve conditions for pedestrians and cyclists. However, controversy surrounds the plans, with concerns raised about the lack of parking spaces and the removal of green areas and trees.
The Museum of Natural History has been forced to close due to the risk of collapse in its entrance hall. The building, which is over a hundred years old, requires investigation and repairs to ensure safety. There are currently no plans to relocate the museum's collections, but outdoor activities and digital presence may be expanded.