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A future for New Time

"I look forward to following the development of a revitalized New Age", writes SV's party secretary Edle Daasvand Skjæveland. She explains why a unanimous central board in SV has agreed to let the cultural publisher Damm take over the ownership of Ny Tid, as Ny Tid's board and employees also want. SV's central board has encouraged all shareholders to do the same. 24.01. at 16 is the extraordinary general meeting of the newspaper.


Orientering and Ny Tid are important pillars in the left-wing socialist tradition in Norway. Independent Orientering formed the basis for SF to be founded. New Time is one of the symbols of the collection that led to SV. Without Orientering and New Time we would not be where we are today. A lot has happened since 1953 and 1975. Ny Tid is today one of two party-controlled. . .

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