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Vieneo Welcomes New Citizen
By LUCINDA SMITH

Midshipman HEXEX applied for Vieneo citizenship Saturday. Their visa petition was immediately approved by the United Stellar Republic immigration representatives.
Vieneo Welcomes New Citizen
By MARY STULL

Midshipman TEFFASS applied for Vieneo citizenship Friday. Their visa petition was immediately approved by the United Stellar Republic immigration representatives.
Debris Field Spanned for 30 km
By JAMES THILL

An E-11 Saint, flown by Captain RAVUS URSI, came apart in mid-air over an empty field in the Ihoh region Wednesday at 13:05Z. Witnesses report the tail section detaching from the fuselage. The sole occupant was the pilot whose partial remains have been found. After recovering the "black box" the team investigating found the E-11 was at an altitude of 36 km.
Global Population Slump
By ANGELA SMITH

Need story! Range: over thirteen years Value: 70894 When: earlier this month Type: Global Population
Colonies Give a “Thumbs Up” for Vieneo
By ANGELA SMITH

Total Colonies has reached a new high of 242 establishments on earlier this month. This is fresh evidence that Vieneo is an increasingly attractive destination for investors willing to bet their fortunes on an improving economy. Welcome news after years of indifferent growth in GDP. The increase in colonies reflects the increased demand for commodities. This sustained rally in commodities also benefits a thriving economy generally, with increased consumer and business activity. Of course, any economy is a dynamic entity, and pockets of inflation are to be expected as the global economy adjusts to the new circumstances. These are welcome signs of a healthy, vigorous and better world.
Approach Results in Disaster
By ANGELA SMITH

A P-13 Prowler (Civilian Model), flown by Admiral JAMES HEXIS, erupted in flames after crashing into Ederar township in the Aknow region during a failed landing attempt earlier this month. The pilot was the only one aboard and was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators are trying to determine if that crewmember was qualified for the flight.
Vieneo Welcomes New Citizen
By MARY STULL

Midshipman ASDDASD applied for Vieneo citizenship earlier this month. Their visa petition was immediately approved by the United Stellar Republic immigration representatives.
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Landing Goes Horribly Wrong
By ANGELA SMITH
PHOTOGRAPHER; SHAUN A. STAGG

An E-11 Saint, operated by Junk Ore Inc, erupted in flames after crashing into J.O.I. Food Facility No23 in the Aknow region during a failed landing attempt Saturday at 22:14Z. The pilot was the only one aboard and was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators are trying to determine if that crewmember was qualified for the flight.
Vieneo Welcomes New Citizen
By LUCINDA SMITH

Midshipman BAAL ASMODEUS JR applied for Vieneo citizenship earlier this month. Their visa petition was immediately approved by the United Stellar Republic immigration representatives.
Prime Rate Slump
By ANGELA SMITH

Fleet Bank lowered their prime lending rate to a record 0.06 percent earlier this month, their lowest level in several months, and there is no sign that interest rates have bottomed out.

But many smaller businesses are in the black because of low borrowing costs and more than robust buying by consumers who themselves are being unshackled by deflation.

Many smaller commodity speculators are benefitting, too, as they find themselves able to get loans to cover the influx of new contracts they hold for Foodstuffs, Grade A materials, and other commodities.

Interest rates on such loans regularly are two percentage points or more above the prime, which is the rate banks charge their most credit-worthy corporate customers. Since banks now make most of their short-term business loans with a "floating" interest rate tied to the prime rate, decreases in the latter make money more readily available for borrowers.
Unemployment Slump
By ANGELA SMITH

The USR authorities reported on earlier this month that Deois unemployment has fallen to the lowest level in a few months. That is a reported 19.05% of Deois inhabitants not officially employed. Who are these people? Where are they hiding? How do they survive? Of course, many will be the wives and families of hard-working colonists. And some will be casual laborers looking for work. But maybe there is a dark underbelly to our world? What are the implications for crime and of course for personal protection? We will follow this story.
Police Investigate Fatal Crash
By ANGELA SMITH

A C-2A Dasher, driven by Midshipman ASDDASD, crashed off-roading in Deois Transit District earlier this month. The driver was the only one aboard and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Vieneo Welcomes New Citizen
By MARY STULL

Midshipman DUDE22 applied for Vieneo citizenship earlier this month. Their visa petition was immediately approved by the United Stellar Republic immigration representatives.
Vieneo Welcomes New Citizen
By LUCINDA SMITH

Midshipman RUKU applied for Vieneo citizenship earlier this month. Their visa petition was immediately approved by the United Stellar Republic immigration representatives.
BUSINESS

Officer Promoted
By LUCINDA SMITH

Captain RAVUS URSI was officially promoted by the United Stellar Republic. They were cited for hard work and keeping their nose clean.
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FTL Visiting Easydock (TAC)
By LUCINDA SMITH
PHOTOGRAPHER; GREY GHOST

The DIHV ship arrived earlier this month.
Ground Breaking Ceremony
By MARY STULL

Mineral Mountain Madness Co. began construction on a new airfield near 3m rare mine #01 last month. Nearby colonists are excited at the new opportunities it brings to the Sanska region.
Ground Breaking Ceremony
By MARY STULL

Mineral Mountain Madness Co. began construction on a new airfield near 3M Alphaville Mine 02 earlier this year. Nearby colonists are excited at the new opportunities it brings to the Ihoh region.
Ground Breaking Ceremony
By MARY STULL

Commander TEZZA COURTNEY began construction on a new farming colony earlier this year. Nearby colonists are excited at the new opportunities it brings to the Aknow region.