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Post by Thomas on 15th April 2011, 15:59





Hurricane Peter has caused devastation across the Carribbean today, and is currently continuing on it's course back out into the Atlantic Ocean. Fears have now been raised that the hurricane may cause devastation in the Atlantic Federation and Galbadia, where storm warnings have been released and many residents have begun preparations to head inland in case the situation worsens. Storm surges and thunderstorms are also expected to hit the East Coast of Canada and America today, and hit the Mediterranean over the weekend.



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Post by Sirron kcuhc on 15th April 2011, 21:17

Dang Matinenda is in trouble. Nice job with the report.

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Post by Blakeway4 on 15th April 2011, 22:02

Sirron kcuhc wrote:Dang Matinenda is in trouble.

How? You're in the middle of the Mediterranean, there will only be small rain Wink


Btw, great job Thomas.
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Post by Sirron kcuhc on 15th April 2011, 22:10

Nah I have a feeling that there will be a thunder storm. Wink

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Post by Thomas on 16th April 2011, 19:22







This afternoon Hurricane Peter made landfall in the Atlantic Federation, and although no casualties have yet to be reported, RMI News understand that there has been major damage to some isolated communities along the coast, as well as minor damage to urban areas and ports around the west coast of Veratlantia. Due to the hurricane's powerful winds, a series of storms are currently en route to hit southern Europe, and the first signs of bad weather have now been spotted off the coast of Fairview. It's believed that thunderstorms are likely to hit Cattala throughout this week, and Lord Celestine's trip to Galbadia is also expected to be cancelled due to the weather.

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Post by emperordaniel on 16th April 2011, 19:37

I hope this won't affect the summit between Grand & Cattala...
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Post by Thomas on 16th April 2011, 19:49

The summit will be fine. Smile

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Post by Huston on 17th April 2011, 10:15

Nice news network Thomas, this'll be interesting to see in future! Laugh
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Post by hiigarar on 17th April 2011, 10:36

Added your news to the international news in 13 Channel.

Great work guys and the papers looks awesome! )))))
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Post by Thomas on 17th April 2011, 11:02





Western states of the Atlantic Federation have suffered severe damage from Hurricane Peter, which is currently weakening as it moves north-east towards Europe. So far, 12 people have died in Veratlantia, with the most damage occuring in Port Jefferson. Cities and towns across the west coast have lots electricity and water, whilst some cities have managed to avoid the worst of the hurricane. Transport links have also been affected, including a highway near Port Jefferson.



Meanwhile, coastlines across southern and western Europe are bracing themselves for storm surges and coastal flooding, with Fairview and Llithustania expected to be hit hard today. Thunderstorms and heavy rainfall are predicted for much of southern Europe due to the hurricane moving across the Atlantic, but it is thought that it will become considerably weaker by the time it reaches Fairview. Already large waves and dark clouds have been spotted overnight around Fairview and Llithustania.

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Post by emperordaniel on 17th April 2011, 11:10

The Kingdom of Grand has rescue teams on standby and also wishes to contribute $7,000,000 to the countries affected by the disaster.
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Post by Forsma on 17th April 2011, 23:32

Nice work Thomas!

Republic of Karasem hope Atlantic Federation would recover fast from this massive hurricane.


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Post by ForthWall on 17th April 2011, 23:48

Dryan thats the Atlantic Federation Cheeky/Razz
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Post by Thomas on 1st June 2011, 21:05



Good evening and thank you for joining us for the RMi News at Ten. Tonight's headlines are...



Lady Caldero Hospitalised

The former Lord Celestine of Cattala, Eliza Caldero, has been hospitalised after collapsing at her home in Monte Calida, government sources have confirmed. Lady Caldero was in power between 1983 and 1986, and has spent the past five years suffering from a series of medical conditions. The hospital and Lady Caldero's personal secretary were unwilling to comment on her condition at this time.



Military Testing Row

Residents of Lessito Province have retaliated with anger against the Government's denial that military gunships have been practising at night, over populated areas. The row broke out after footage of an Apache helicopter flying low over San Pietro was released. The provincial Government has also denied all knowledge of the training taking place, and have reportedly demanded a meeting with the Ministry of Defence about the matter.

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Post by emperordaniel on 2nd June 2011, 05:39

very good!

EDIT: Oops, wrong choice of words... it's not very good for your former Lord Celestine Cheeky/Razz
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Post by Forsma on 12th June 2011, 00:26

Looking good! I like of this concept.
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Post by Thomas on 16th July 2011, 16:51



The weeks news and top stories, live from here in the RMi News studio, with me, Marian Thornton.



The biggest event this week has been the celebrations of Liberation Day, here in Cattala. This year's ceremony was presided over by Princess Helena and her aunt, Princess Gabriella of the Cape. The main fireworks display was held over the Bay of Jennai, where thousands of fireworks were launched above Cattala's biggest city to celebrate the liberation of our country by the British 8th Army. Before the celebrations though, there was a sombre ceremony attended by the second in line to the throne and the Queen's sister. The annual Liberation Day Memorial was once again held in Celeste, at the memorial to those who died to free Cattala - including the Duchess of the Cape's distant uncle, King Charles III.

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Post by Blakeway4 on 16th July 2011, 17:00

Nice article! Laugh I presume the lady in the second pic is Prncess Gabriella of the Cape?
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Post by SmartbyLaw on 16th July 2011, 17:23

Bravo! Love the article! Happy Liberations Day to all of Cattala!
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Post by Thomas on 16th July 2011, 17:45

Julien: Yep, she's the sister of the Queen. Smile

SBL: Thanks - although it was actually last Sunday and I forgot to make an article about it. Cheeky/Razz

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Post by emperordaniel on 17th July 2011, 05:45

Really nice! Laugh
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Post by Thomas on 6th August 2011, 17:14



Today's Spotlight is on Jennai - the largest and most influential province in Cattala. With a whopping 36 seats up for grabs in the nation's largest city, any party that wants to take power needs a strong foothold in Jennai if they want to win. Let's take a look at the 2007 Election Result for Jennai province.



As you can clearly see, Cattolica Conservatori was dominate in Jennai at the last election - nearly 3 in 4 voters overall voted for Anthony Secolo's party here. That's because he appealed to the core audience in this urban province - he pledged support for universities and didn't talk constantly about religion, unlike his predecessors. With a largely youthful demographic, and the largest number of atheists as a percentage of the population, Secolo's 21st century attitude towards the Jennai contingent meant that for the first time in 40 years, Cattolica Conservatori won Jennai province as a whole.

The Democratic Party normally regards Jennai as a stronghold. Historically, Cattolica Conservatori is considered too old-fashioned and out-of-touch with the voters, and Il Popolo is too right-wing and protective of rural Cattala. But in 2007, the Democratic Party was shocked to see their provincial vote fall by 40%, which crippled them as a party and they lost 15 seats to the Conservatives - including the seat of their party leader, Lord Williams, who duly resigned. "They spent too much money campaigning in Amosseri and Roumeli, the provinces that they had some ground in but weren't dominant, and didn't look to appeal to the urban voters, which are typically disloyal. This meant that there was a massive swing to Secolo, something we've never seen before." said election analyst Michael Benedict.

Il Popolo has always struggled in Jennai, and only succeeded in the 1990s thanks to a vast election campaign aimed directly at the poorest workers in Jennai. It nearly bankrupted the party, but they achieved a record 20 seats - 56% of the provincial vote - and this helped propel them to election victory. Since then though, the party has returned to it's stagnant state in the cities across Cattala, only gaining seats in rural communities, their core audience.

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Post by Blakeway4 on 6th August 2011, 17:28

LOVE
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Post by emperordaniel on 6th August 2011, 18:52

Really cool! Smile

Thomas wrote:[I'm considering doing a Spotlight of each province until the election day next Friday. Would you like to see more of these? Please post below.]
I sure would!
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Post by Thomas on 7th August 2011, 22:48



Today's Spotlight is on Amosseri - the third largest province in terms of population and political constituencies. A total of 13 seats are being voted on in this region on Friday, including the seat of Lord Anthony Secolo, the currently political leader of Cattala. Let's take a look at the 2007 Election Result for Amosseri.



Just like in Jennai, Cattolica Conservatori was dominate in this province 4 years ago. That has been the case for most of the elections of the past 20 years, despite the Tories trailing in third place nationally. Secolo and his recent predecessors have actively pursued the traditional voting core of Cattolica Conservatori, the wealthy and aristocratic, and revived their loyalty in his party through tax cuts for the rich and more accessibility to private healthcare and education. Amosseri may not be the most Catholic of the provinces, but it is deeply conservative and struggled to find a voice during the long years of Democratic rule.

However, that same party that nearly infuriated the super-rich as much as Il Popolo has found support in Amosseri before. The province isn't completely dominated by the wealthy - there are pockets of poorer communities and the typical Democratic voter, the lower middle classes, are easy to find outside of the wealth bubble that is Celeste. In 2007, the Partito Democratico lost 3 seats and 20% of it's vote, which compared to other provinces is not terribly bad.

Il Popolo however, has always done badly in the capital. It's members are often compared to Marxists by the wealthy and it has never garnered any more than 10% of support in Amosseri - even when it won consecutive elections in the 1990s.

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