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  2. Der Standard - Wikipedia

    Der Standard has run its own web portal——since February 1995 and claims this was the first appearance of a German-language newspaper on the web. In Q4 of 2011, according to Die Österreichische Webanalyse , [15] had a readership of 1,135,000 unique users (2,379,231 unique clients in December 2011) [16] and is ...

  3. Reach plc - Wikipedia

    Reach plc (known as Trinity Mirror between 1999 and 2018) is a British newspaper, magazine and digital publisher. It is one of Britain's biggest newspaper groups, publishing 240 regional papers in addition to the national Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, The Sunday People, Daily Express, Sunday Express, Daily Star, Daily Star Sunday as well as the Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail and the ...

  4. Verified Carbon Standard - Wikipedia

    A 2021 study by the Guardian newspaper and Unearthed said that Verra’s carbon offsetting standard was flawed. Accredited forest protection projects were using inconsistent predictive methods and overstating their emissions reductions. 11 of the 12 projects studied showed no difference in emissions compared to control groups.

  5. 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 53p in 2019), it was a middle-market tabloid , a rival to the long-established Daily Mail and Daily Express .

  6. The Sun (Nigeria) - Wikipedia

    The Daily Sun is a Nigerian daily print newspaper founded and published in KiriKiri Industrial Layout, Lagos, Nigeria. As of 2011 The Sun had a daily print run of 130,000 copies, and 135,000 for weekend titles, with an average of 80% sales.

  7. 1962–1963 New York City newspaper strike - Wikipedia–1963_New_York_City...

    Preliminary actions. A preliminary action took place when The Newspaper Guild went on strike against the Daily News just after midnight on November 1, 1962. Guild vice president Thomas J. Murphy indicated that the Daily News had been singled out as the union's first target "because there we have had more aggravation, more agitation, more issues, more disputes and more anti-unionism from ...

  8. List of newspapers in Sri Lanka - Wikipedia

    The List of newspapers in Sri Lanka lists every daily and non-daily news publication currently operating in Sri Lanka. The list includes information on whether it is distributed daily or non-daily, and who publishes it.

  9. Malvani language - Wikipedia

    Malvani is a very popular language, used for sarcastic newspaper articles and local folk stage dramas known as Dashavatar. Contents 1 Difference from standard Marathi