Orange Order launches new-look newspaper in Belfast

The Orange Order has unveiled the new print and online editions of the Orange Standard newspaper at a launch in Belfast.

The newspaper, which was founded in 1973, provides news, features and opinion regarding the activities of the Loyal Order, as well as providing a platform for the wider Unionist community.

Key figures involved in the newspaper’s formation and production included the late Rev Canon Dr Samuel Ernest Long and Dougie Sloan, a newspaper editor in Co Armagh.

Grand Master Edward Stevenson said: “For the best part of five decades, the Orange Standard has been the voice-piece of the Institution as it articulates its ethos and message to a wider audience. The relaunch of the newspaper, and its vibrant new design, is another important milestone in the publication’s evolving history.

“I trust our traditional and online readership across the world will be impressed by the new-look; which we believe will further serve to enhance the newspaper as it continues to articulate the opinions of the Orange and Unionist community to a wider audience.”

Published on the 30th of January 2019
Article taken from the Belfast Telegraph

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