Talk:Media of Nauru

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Nauru Bulletin[edit]

Hi, I have reason to believe that the name Nauru Bulletin actually refers to two different newspapers, one of which existed before 2009, and one which existed afterwards.

The Government Information Office states that the newspaper is fortnightly, and that the first issue was published in October 2009. However, Freedom House indicates that such a newspaper existed at least in 2008, and it was published weekly.

Press Reference notes that the Nauru Bulletin was founded in 1965, and was published by the Department of Island Development and Industry (not the Government Information Office).

Can someone please explain whether there actually are two different newspapers sharing the same name? Orthogonal1 (talk) 05:35, 21 June 2014 (UTC)