News from the City of Stockholm
Due to the terrible attack in Manchester last night, the Mayor of Stockholm, Karin Wanngård has sent a condolences letter to Manchester. In her letter she expresses her dismay over senseless act of violence and support to the city and it's people.Go to "Condolences to Manchester"
The City Council formally adopted a strategy for Stockholm to become the smartest and most connected city in the world. The strategy involves a unique focus on sustainability.Go to "The City of Stockholm adopts a new strategy – aims to be the smartest city in the world"
On Tuesday February 21st Canada’s Governor General David Johnston and his wife Sharon Johnston visited City Hall.Go to "Governor General of Canada visits City Hall"
On Tuesday the City of Stockholm officially handed over the Eurovision Song Contest to the Ukrainian capitol, Kyiv.Go to "Stockholm officially hands over Eurovision Song Contest to Kyiv"
Stockholm has good prospects of hosting a modern combined Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Stockholm in 2026, in line with the City’s programme for events and its sustainability ambitions. This is the conclusion of the investigation conducted by the City.Go to "City of Stockholm’s Olympic investigation presented"
Many tourists prefer to discover where locals love to hang out. In a new ranking of coolest European cities, Stockholm's area of Södermalm grabbed 5th place.Go to "Södermalm 5th coolest neighbourhood in Europe"
Stockholm’s positive development continued in the third quarter of 2016, according to the Stockholm Economy Report. Wages increased and unemployment continued to fall in both Stockholm County and the City of Stockholm compared with the same quarter last year.Go to "Positive economic development in Stockholm"
In mid-December top scientists, royalty and politicians gather in Stockholm to honor this year’s Nobel laureates. Stockholm offers many attractions to those who wish to take part in the Nobel frenzy.Go to "Experience Stockholm's many Nobel attractions"