Dagens Nyheter was a Norwegian newspaper, published in Harstad in Troms county. Dagens Nyheter was started on 20 March 1924 as the Communist Party organ in the county—Troms Fylkes Kommunistblad had capsized a month earlier. Dagens Nyheter was first published twice a week, but this was cut to once from early 1925. The newspaper went defunct after its last issue on 7 March 1931. The first editor was Sigurd Simensen.

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  • Dagens Nyheter was a Norwegian newspaper, published in Harstad in Troms county. Dagens Nyheter was started on 20 March 1924 as the Communist Party organ in the county—Troms Fylkes Kommunistblad had capsized a month earlier. Dagens Nyheter was first published twice a week, but this was cut to once from early 1925. The newspaper went defunct after its last issue on 7 March 1931. The first editor was Sigurd Simensen. (en)
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  • Dagens Nyheter was a Norwegian newspaper, published in Harstad in Troms county. Dagens Nyheter was started on 20 March 1924 as the Communist Party organ in the county—Troms Fylkes Kommunistblad had capsized a month earlier. Dagens Nyheter was first published twice a week, but this was cut to once from early 1925. The newspaper went defunct after its last issue on 7 March 1931. The first editor was Sigurd Simensen. (en)
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