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The first page of a newspaper, containing the most important or remarkable news of the day.[as modifier] ‘the story is still front-page news’
- ‘Just days after being installed, the state-owned Daily News carried a front-page story highlighting the president's directive to take ‘urgent actions to uplift estate workers’.’
- ‘Some of the most famous front pages, from the early 20th century to the present day, are reproduced here.’
- ‘The New University, the student newspaper, published a front-page article, which featured, more or less verbatim, Mary's charges.’
- ‘When he returned the local newspaper had a front-page story which made him cringe.’
- ‘Across Australia, his passing provoked front-page headlines in newspapers and pages of coverage.’
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