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NEWS

Unemployment Controlled
By JAMES THILL

The USR authorities reported on today that Deois unemployment has fallen to the lowest level in a few months. That is a reported 1.26% 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.
Global Population Slump
By JAMES THILL

The results of the most recent Vieneo census were completed today and with a new count of 83294 colonists is the lowest number seen for a couple of months.
Fabricated Materials Commodity Slump
By ANGELA SMITH

Fabricated Materials commodity prices are at their lowest price in over two years at 149 CR/MT as of Friday, 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.
Police Investigate Fatal Crash
By JAMES THILL

A C-2A Dasher, driven by Midshipman GEORGE CZAPSK, crashed off-roading in Deois Transit District last month. The driver was the only one aboard and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Easydock Eating Food Reserves
By ANGELA SMITH

The 2334 colonists at TAC are down to 14 days of food remaining!
C-2A Slams into Structure
By ANGELA SMITH

A C-2A Dasher, driven by Midshipman JAMES LUCKS, exploded when it collided with a building in Deois Transit District last month. The driver was the only one aboard and was killed on impact.
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LATEST HEADLINES
Consumer Goods Commodity Boom
By ANGELA SMITH

Consumer Goods commodity prices are enjoying their best run in about a year at 6342 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.
Total Colonies Booming
By JAMES THILL

The Governor's office announced today that the total colony count has jumped to 186, 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.
E-11 Crashes into Building
By JAMES THILL
PHOTOGRAPHER; IAN LAMBERT

An E-11 Saint, operated by Mineral Mountain Madness Co., exploded when it collided with a building in Deois Financial District yesterday at 21:55Z. The pilot was the only one aboard and was killed on impact. The fire department struggled to extinguish flames 26 meters up.
Rare Material Commodity Slump
By ANGELA SMITH

Rare Material commodity prices are at their lowest price in over a year at 2739 CR/MT as of last month, 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.
Farming Eating Food Reserves
By JAMES THILL

The 23 colonists at Blumenkranz Farm 01 are down to 13 days of food remaining!
BUSINESS

Ground Breaking Ceremony
By MARY STULL

Mineral Mountain Madness Co. began construction on a new township at Deadwood yesterday. Nearby colonists are excited at the new opportunities it brings to the Aknow region.
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FTL Departs Easydock (TAC)
By MARY STULL
PHOTOGRAPHER; IAN LAMBERT

The DIHV ship Valley Forge (IVR 3811-A) departed last month.
Government Price Control
By MARY STULL
PHOTOGRAPHER; SHAUN A. STAGG

The commodities at unnamed territory 31 are now managed by the Vieneo government.
Government Price Control
By LUCINDA SMITH

The commodities at SHARNEYDUBS OUTLET STORE are now managed by the Vieneo government.
Government Price Control
By LUCINDA SMITH

The commodities at SharneyDubs are now managed by the Vieneo government.