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How Sweden changed lanes

A nationwide mission to get all Swedish motorists to change the habits of a lifetime and begin driving on the right-hand side of the road for the first time took place in 1967. ...

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When Swedes tried 6-hour days

Sweden has been experimenting with six-hour days, with workers getting the chance to work fewer hours on full pay, but now the most high-profile two-year trial has ended - has it all been too good to be true?...

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How rich are you, really?

They say comparison is the thief of joy. In a world where even millionaires don’t consider themselves wealthy, is the key to life satisfaction to simply stop lining ourselves up against others?...

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Norway’s secret reindeer recipes

Scandinavian cooking has been taking the world by storm and the town of Roros provides some of its most highly prized ingredients. But its refusal to sell them on the world market means only very few will ever get to taste them....

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Europe’s leftover food trend

Would you eat a stranger's leftover lunch? Across Europe, apps and websites that distribute excess food are edging into the mainstream as both start-ups and charities join the sharing economy trend....

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Putting family first at festivals

Portable toilets, muddy fields and huge crowds might not sound like the ideal ingredients for a family outing. But growing numbers of music festivals are finding new ways to appeal to parents and children....

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