Oppland Arbeiderblad

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Oppland Arbeiderblad (OA) is a newspaper based in Gjøvik, Norway.

It was founded in 1924 after the Labour Party lost its newspaper in the city, Ny Dag, to the Communists. At that time there were several daily newspapers in Vestoppland, but Oppland Arbeiderblad is now alone after Samhold went bankrupt in 1998.

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Official website