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London evening newspaper founded on 3 May 1788, originally under the title Star and Evening Advertiser, and was the first daily evening newspaper in the world. Wikipedia

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  • Professional golf tournament played in England and sponsored by The Star, a London evening newspaper. Held from 1945 to 1947. Wikipedia

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    • A journalist named Fred Best reportedly confessed in 1931 that he and a colleague at The Star had written the letters signed "Jack the Ripper" to heighten interest in the murders and "keep the business alive".Jack the Ripper-Wikipedia
    • After serving as deputy in 1888, he became musical critic of The Star in February 1889, writing under the pen-name Corno di Bassetto.George Bernard Shaw-Wikipedia
    • John Murray the elder was one of the founding sponsors of the London evening newspaper The Star in 1788.John Murray (publishing house)-Wikipedia
    • On 14 June 1941 railwayman George Dow proposed in an article in the London evening newspaper The Star that new routes be built in tunnels from Marylebone south to Victoria, and from King's Cross south to Charing Cross.Thameslink-Wikipedia
    • The first was a libel case against The Star, who had written a comment on one of Mosley's speeches implying that he advocated an armed revolution to overthrow the British government.Patrick Hastings-Wikipedia
    • The concept of large-diameter tunnels crossing central London to connect Paddington in the west and Liverpool Street in the east was first proposed by railwayman George Dow in The Star newspaper in June 1941.Crossrail-Wikipedia

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