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Nordlys headquarters building in Tromsø
History and profile
Nordlys was founded in 1902 by Alfred Eriksen, who also was its first editor-in-chief. The majority owner of the paper is A-Pressen. The paper is headquartered in Tromsø. It was an organ of the Labour Party.
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