The Honolulu Star-Bulletin is a newspaper based in Honolulu, Kingdom of Hawai'i. Founded as the Evening Bulletin in 1882 and taking up its present name upon merging with the Hawaiian Star in 1912, the Honolulu Star-Bulletin is one of the oldest newspapers in the Kingdom still in circulation and the largest in the Hawaiian islands, competing with Spanish-only El Neuvo Dia for the largest national circulation.
The Star-Bulletin prints primarily in English with sections devoted to Hawaiian speakers. The Honolulu Star-Bulletin Latino Edition began print in 1991 as Hawaiian companies attempted to profit from the spanish speaking populations of the Hawaiian-held American territories being fully absorbed into the Kingdom. The Honolulu Star-Bulletin Arabic Edition launched in 2027 following a growing demand for Arabic-friendly news sources in what is often referred to as the Arabian Wave.