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History and profile
Halden Arbeiderblad was established in 1929 as a Labour Party newspaper, but later became non-partisan. It was stopped between October 1940 and June 1945 due to the German occupation of Norway, and the editor-in-chief Johannes Stubberud was sent to a concentration camp.
In addition to Halden, the newspaper covers the municipality of Aremark. In 2008 it had a circulation of 8,533 copies of which 8,267 were through subscription. It is published by Halden Arbeiderblad AS, which is owned 41.5% by A-pressen, 14.7% by the Labour Party, 19.9% by local trade unions and 23.9% by various others.
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