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The Llanelli Star is a Welsh regional newspaper covering the areas of Llanelli and Carmarthen in the county of Carmarthenshire, Wales. It is published on a weekly basis in a tabloid form. The newspaper is published by South West Wales Publications, the same company behind the South Wales Evening Post. In 2012, Local World acquired South West Wales Publications owner Northcliffe Media from Daily Mail and General Trust. Geoffrey Lloyd was the editor from 1965 to his death in 1986.
The Llanelli Star has a sister paper, the Carmarthen Journal. Until recently the Star was published on a Thursday, but both are now published on Wednesdays. The two papers have different formats and news content which varies by area.
The Llanelli Star covers the district of Llanelli and the Gwendraeth Valley where the Carmarthen Journal covers the town of Carmarthen and also the Gwendraeth Valley.
of the Llanelli Star
- There are two editions of the Llanelli Star, the main Llanelli edition and the Gwendraeth Valley edition which was re-launched in late 2011. It also continues to cover news from across the other two areas which used to have their own editions: Burry Port and Llwchwr.
of the Carmarthen Journal
- Daily Mail sells regional newspapers to Local World BBC News, 21 November 2012
- "Editors' guild president dies". The Glasgow Herald. 29 December 1986. p. 3 – via Google News Archive.