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C KU reports the government for secret electricity subsidies

today at 12.43 am Amanda Hällsten

The center party KU reports the government for how the bill was drawn up to keep the electricity subsidy for households a secret.

– We think that certain referral bodies have been given half a day should be reviewed, says Riksdag member Elisabeth Thand Ringqvist, to TT.

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  • Two dogs seriously injured – ate prepared buns

    The police in Malmö have previously raised the alarm about how doughnuts with sharp objects have been placed on the city’s streets and parks.

    Now the police report for South Sweden that two dogs ingested the dough knot during Monday on Baltiska vägen and inside Pildammsparken.

    Dogs had to be rushed to the vet for surgery. It is still unclear how badly the dogs are injured.

    – I have not received any information about how things went afterwards, says Nils Norling, the police’s press officer, to the newspaper.

    He believes that these are the first two cases where dogs have been seriously injured by prepared buns.

  • Technical problems for Swedish Radio

    Technical problems for Sveriges Radio Photo: Screenshot

    Sveriges Radio’s website has technical problems.

    “We are sorry for this. Please try again in a little while,” the website says.

    Earlier in the day, the radio stated that it is about maintenance on their digital services.

    According to Claes Bertilson, press manager at Swedish Radio, the technical problems have now been resolved.

    “Our digital services are up again, our web and app are working. Our technical staff have been troubleshooting and working on this, but I cannot at the moment answer what caused the disruption,” he writes in an email to Aftonbladet.

  • Technical trouble at Avanza

    The online bank Avanza has technical problems.

    “We are currently having technical problems. Error correction is in progress,” writes the bank on its website.

    According to Sofia Svavar, press officer at Avanza, the technical problem should be solved now.

    – I think it was all our customers who were affected by the problem. Unfortunately, I have not received any report on what happened. But everything should be resolved now, she says.

  • Zelensky’s top adviser resigns

    This weekend, 41 people died after a missile hit an apartment building in Dnipro, Ukraine

    Oleksy Arestovych, an adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, said at the time that it was because Ukraine shot down a missile that in turn hit the house.

    – Russia does not shoot at residential buildings, he said then.

    Now he is stepping down as an advisor. This is reported by Dagbladet via Reuters.

    Yesterday, the Russian government completely disowned the incident.

    Read more here.

  • Terror sect IS “security chief” arrested

    Dutch authorities state that a 37-year-old man identified as the security chief of the terrorist sect IS has been arrested in the city of Arkel.

    According to Dutch authorities, the 37-year-old should have had a leading role during the IS reign of terror in Syria between 2015 and 2018.

    After that, he allegedly had leading roles in the terrorist network Nusrafronten.

    The arrest took place on Tuesday morning.

  • Pregnancy increases the risk of serious covid

    A new study shows that the coronavirus poses several greater risks for both pregnant women and the child, reports TT.

    The researchers behind the study, which is published in the scientific journal BMJ, have analyzed 12 studies with over 13,000 pregnant women from several countries.

    Among other things, they have concluded that the disease does not increase the risk of stillbirth. However, they have been able to see that women who get covid-19 during pregnancy have a greater risk of becoming seriously ill.

    The study also shows that it was four times more common for pregnant women with covid-19 to end up in a situation where they needed intensive care, compared to non-infected women of the same age.

    Another example is that infected pregnant women were five times more likely to suffer serious blood clots.

  • Man arrested for assault rape

    A man has been arrested on suspicion of raping a woman in Kalmar.

    The rape took place on Monday and the man is suspected of having assaulted the woman outdoors at an underpass in the Tallhagen area.

    During Monday evening, the police searched the area and carried out a crime scene investigation.

    The investigation then led to the arrest of a 25-year-old man and later arrested on probable cause on suspicion of aggravated rape.

    The police are also appealing for witnesses who moved in the area at Jutnabbevägen/ Ölandsleden around 5pm on Monday.

    Read more here.

  • Condemned murderer strangled and died

    A 49-year-old woman sentenced to death for murdering two men in Japan has died in prison, reports Vice.

    The woman received her death sentence in 2012 and has since been imprisoned in Japan’s Hiroshima district.

    But on Saturday night, she is said to have accidentally cut her throat while eating dinner in her prison cell. When the staff found her, she must have already been unconscious.

    She was later pronounced dead at the hospital. According to the Japanese Ministry of Justice, she must have been suffocated to death.

  • 14-year-old girl shot boy dead

    A 14-year-old girl has shot and killed an eleven-year-old boy in Dallas, Texas, AP reports.

    The fatal shooting occurred in connection with an argument between the girl and another child. The girl is said to have then retrieved a weapon, which she then fired in the direction of the girl she was arguing with.

    Instead, the eleven-year-old boy who was nearby was hit.

    – All involved are minors and this is simply a horrific incident, says police officer Warren Mitchell.

    The boy died in hospital. The girl has been taken to a juvenile facility and is expected to be charged with murder.

  • Large prisoner exchange between Russia and Ukraine

    Russia and Ukraine are to exchange a total of one thousand prisoners, the Kyiv Post reports.

    800 Ukrainian prisoners are to be handed over in exchange for 200 Russian prisoners, according to the paper.

  • Man stabs taxi driver

    During the night, a taxi driver was stabbed by a male customer in Gothenburg.

    The man allegedly stabbed the driver in a shoulder and a finger. The driver then collides and the suspect leaves the car and the scene.

    When the police arrived at the scene, they took up a report about the incident and the driver was taken to hospital.

    The incident is being investigated as attempted murder.

    The suspect has not been found.

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  • How much should private households receive in electricity subsidy?


    Hey! How much you get in support depends on which electricity area you live in, so it’s a bit difficult to answer that in general terms. The payments are based on the consumption you had from October 2021 through September 2022.

    You can read more about it here.

  • How do I get rid of the annoying news box in the upper right corner of the screen? Annoying when reading something else.

    Erling Olsson

    Hey! If it’s the TV you’re referring to, you can click it off by pressing the cross in the top right corner.

  • How did the dog Gordon defend his master against the bear? Did he make it?


    The dog Gordon made it, a real hero one must say!

  • What does it mean that “Warner Bros. Discovery, which has the 2024 Olympics, has acquired the pay TV rights from 2026-2032.” at the same time that SVT has taken over the rights for the Olympics. Will both broadcast the Olympics?


    Hey! No, it is only SVT that will broadcast the Olympics here in Sweden during that period. That when the EBU, European Broadcasting Union, secured the free-to-air television rights for European public service companies. You can read more about it here.

  • Why not lower the tax on fruit and vegetables instead? Does it always have to be raises?


    It’s also a variant, we’ll see if it becomes a reality in the end.

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