BELOW are scans from the earliest copy of the Star Observer — then known as The Sydney Star — found in our archives.

It dates back to 1979, the year the newspaper was founded, and the front page story has a lot of relevance with many parts of the world celebrating pride festivals this month.

Enjoy!

 

The Star Observer's earliest edition - from 1979 - in the archives. Page 1

The Star Observer’s earliest edition – from 1979 – in the archives. Page 1

 

The Star Observer's earliest edition - from 1979 - in the archives. Page 3

The Star Observer’s earliest edition – from 1979 – in the archives. Page 3

 

The Star Observer's earliest edition - from 1979 - in the archives. Page 5

The Star Observer’s earliest edition – from 1979 – in the archives. Page 5

 

The Star Observer's earliest edition - from 1979 - in the archives. Page 6

The Star Observer’s earliest edition – from 1979 – in the archives. Page 6

 

The Star Observer's earliest edition - from 1979 - in the archives. Page 9, opinion page

The Star Observer’s earliest edition – from 1979 – in the archives. Page 9, opinion page

 

 

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