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The Sunday Times

The Sunday Times is the name of several Sunday newspapers.

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1 United Kingdom and Ireland
2 Australia
3 South Africa
4 Singapore

United Kingdom and Ireland

The Sunday Times is a Sunday newspaper distributed in the United Kingdom and Ireland owned by News Corporation.

While its sister paper, The Times, maintains a roughly equal circulation to the other main UK quality daily, The Daily Telegraph, the Sunday Times occupies a dominant position in the Sunday broadsheet market. Other newspapers owned by News Corp include The Times, The Sun and News of the World. News Corp also owns the Fox Network and Sky Television.

It is noted for publishing the faked Hitler Diaries, believing them to be genuine. Other notable stories include,

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The Sunday Times is also a News Corporation Sunday tabloid newspaper distributed throughout Western Australia. Despite a recent attempt to reinvigorate public interest in the newspaper, it has been steadily losing market share to The West Australian's Saturday edition amid complaints about sensationalist journalism and poor copyediting.

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South Africa

Sunday Times is also a popular South African Sunday newspaper.

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The Sunday Times is also a Singaporean Sunday Singapore Press Holdings newspaper published in English. It is the Sunday edition of The Straits Times.

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