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  2. The North Star (anti-slavery newspaper) - Wikipedia

    The North Star was a nineteenth-century anti-slavery newspaper published from the Talman Building in Rochester, New York, by abolitionist Frederick Douglass. The paper commenced publication on December 3, 1847, and ceased as The North Star in June 1851, when it merged with Gerrit Smith's Liberty Party Paper (based in Syracuse, New York) to form Frederick Douglass' Paper.

  3. Morning Star (British newspaper) - Wikipedia

    The Morning Star was founded in 1930 as the Daily Worker, the paper representing the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB). The first edition was produced on 1 January 1930 from the offices of the newspaper in Tabernacle Street, London, after a meeting the day before by nine British communists, including Willie Gallacher, Kay Beauchamp, Tom Wintringham, Walter Holmes ...

  4. The Indianapolis Star - Wikipedia

    The Indianapolis Star (also known as IndyStar) is a morning daily newspaper that began publishing on June 6, 1903, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.It has been the only major daily paper in the city since 1999, when the Indianapolis News ceased publication.

  5. Morning Star - Wikipedia

    Morning Star, former name of the cruise ship Salamis Glory; Morning Star of Revelation (TS-K182), a British sail-training ketch; Morning Star, the first Star Ferry in Hong Kong, and several later ferries by the same name in the same fleet; De Ochtendster (The Morning Star in Dutch), took part in the Battle of Gibraltar (1607) In railways

  6. Ipswich Star - Wikipedia

    The newspaper was known as The Star of the East from 1885 until 1893 when it became The Evening Star. On 23 January 2012 The Evening Star was rebranded as the Ipswich Star, for sale in Ipswich, and the Felixstowe Star for sale in Felixstowe. Both editions are published Monday to Friday only, with a Saturday edition no longer viable.

  7. Today (UK newspaper) - Wikipedia

    Today, with the American newspaper USA Today as an inspiration, launched on Tuesday 4 March 1986, with the front-page headline, "Second Spy Inside GCHQ". At 18p (equivalent to 56p in 2021), it was a middle-market tabloid , a rival to the long-established Daily Mail and Daily Express .

  8. 24 Hours (newspaper) - Wikipedia

    History. In 2000, Metro International launched its free daily Metro newspaper in Toronto, eventually expanding with local editions across Canada. In Toronto, the Toronto Sun and Toronto Star scrambled to launch their own free dailies, Sun Media's FYI Toronto and Torstar's GTA Today.

  9. Star (disambiguation) - Wikipedia

    Television. Star, a musical drama series broadcast by Fox; The Star, a Thai singing competition reality show "The Star" (), the season 3 finale of Homeland"The Star" (The Twilight Zone), an episode of The New Twilight Zone based on Arthur C. Clarke's short story