|Bahai News may refer to two independent publications. The first, which ran from March 21, 1910 to March 2, 1911 was the previous incarnation of Star of the West. There were 19 issues in total, representing one issue a month on the Bahá’í Calendar, with these issues being the ones listed below. From the following month, March 21, 1911, Bahai News was renamed Star of the West, and that publication began at Volume 2. The second publication under the title Baha'i News (note, the apostrophe between the a and the i) began in December of 1924 by the National Spiritual Assembly of the United States. Originally titled the Baha'i News Letter, the publication was shortened to Baha'i News in May of 1930 between volumes 40 and 41.
For clarity on the title changes, see: Baha'i News (disambiguation)