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Attempted Ditching Goes Wrong
By ANGELA SMITH

An E-11 Saint, operated by Mineral Mountain Madness Co., floated for only moments before erupting in flames and sank into the Ederar Sea in the Aknow region yesterday at 20:43Z. The reason for the ditching is unknown, but is usually in response to some other emergency. The pilot (as sole occupant) is presumed dead. Investigators are trying to determine if that crew member was qualified for the flight.
Investigators Pick Up the Pieces
By JAMES THILL

An E-11 Saint, operated by Mineral Mountain Madness Co., came apart in mid-air over an empty field in the Ihoh region yesterday at 04:00Z. 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 18 km.
Refined Fuel Reaches Record Low
By JAMES THILL

Refined Fuel reached a record low of 124 CR/MT Saturday. Fresh evidence that investors are betting on a downturn in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to shy away from commodities. A sustained slump in commodities would likely signal unhealthy consumer and business demand.
Landing Goes Horribly Wrong
By ANGELA SMITH

A W-6 Manx, operated by Mineral Mountain Madness Co., erupted in flames after crashing into an empty field in the Sanska region during a failed landing attempt Thursday at 23:11Z. The pilot was the only one aboard and was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators are trying to determine if that crew member was qualified for the flight.
A-4 Slams into Structure
By ANGELA SMITH

An A-4 Wanderer, flown by Ensign JADEN OTTER, exploded when it collided with a building in Deois Financial District Wednesday at 17:17Z. The pilot was the only one aboard and was killed on impact.
Unrefined Fuel Ore Commodity Boom
By ANGELA SMITH

Unrefined Fuel Ore commodity prices are enjoying their best run in a couple of months at 63 CR/MT as of Wednesday, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a pickup in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to pile back into commodities. A sustained rally in commodities would likely signal healthy consumer and business demand.
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Consumer Goods Commodity Boom
By JAMES THILL

Consumer Goods commodity prices are enjoying their best run in a couple of months at 4155 CR/MT as of today, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a pickup in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to pile back into commodities. A sustained rally in commodities would likely signal healthy consumer and business demand.
Foodstuffs Commodity Slump
By JAMES THILL
PHOTOGRAPHER; SHAUN A. STAGG

Foodstuffs commodity prices are at their lowest price in almost twelve years at 321 CR/MT as of Saturday, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a downturn in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to shy away from commodities. A sustained slump in commodities would likely signal unhealthy consumer and business demand.
Total Colonies Booming
By ANGELA SMITH

The Governor's office announced Saturday that the total colony count has jumped to 212, the highest level in a couple of months. The Yonmaran development board is looking forward to more fine work from all of the alliances helping them build a better economy. It would seem that the colony owners are taking better care of maintaining the existing colonies and expanding the workforce even more.
A-4 Pilot Loses Consciousness
By ANGELA SMITH

An A-4 Wanderer, flown by Midshipman THOMAS ROLLINGS, flew for several hundred kilometers before crashing at an empty field near Deois Thursday at 14:30Z. Preliminary information suggests that the pilot was having trouble with the pressurization system before contact was lost at 23 km.
Common Material Commodity Boom
By ANGELA SMITH

Common Material commodity prices are enjoying their best run in almost three years at 30 CR/MT as of Thursday, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a pickup in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to pile back into commodities. A sustained rally in commodities would likely signal healthy consumer and business demand.
BUSINESS

FTL Departs Easydock (TAC)
By LUCINDA SMITH
PHOTOGRAPHER; GREY GHOST

The DIHV ship TERANIA (IVR 3317-A) departed yesterday at 03:28Z.
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Alliance Member Removed
By MARY STULL

Lieutenant J.G. JOHN SALCHICHON was ejected from Mineral Mountain Madness Co. Saturday.
Alliance Member Removed
By LUCINDA SMITH

Ensign FIX THE FUEL was ejected from Mineral Mountain Madness Co. Saturday.
Officer Demoted
By LUCINDA SMITH

Midshipman JADEN OTTER was demoted by the United Stellar Republic. Although they could not be reached for comment, this is usually due to an inordinate amount of accidents or incidents.