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Jav Marlo / today
SLAVE TRADE - Chapter II: The Scourge

SLAVE TRADE - Chapter II: The Scourge Previously The Scourge landed on the surface of Sakers Holding in Calhuacan 15 SEP 3305, Sakers Holdings, system Calhuacan. (Thump) Is this thing working? (Thump) I think so. This is Jav Marlo, on board the Scourge, or what is left of it, this ship...

Jonny_saturn / today
Turning in towards the core

I reached the Perseus Arm sector and from there, started to head inwards towards the Galactic Core. By changing the navigation filter to include non-sequence stars, I started to make slightly faster progress with the occasional boosted jump from neutron stars. Its not something I like doing though, one...

AustralianChaos / today
SuperNova Trek; Day 2 - Suspended In A Sunbeam

September 20, 3305 Day 2: Suspended In A Sunbeam Talk about being reminded of your own insignificance...I’ve heard the stories of VY Canis Majoris being huge, the biggest star in the galaxy, but words don’t do it justice at all… Images honestly don’t do it justice either. If you want to understand...

Anton Kring / yesterday
Not Easy

Today I went to help a friendly faction with some manpower. I was called by a friend who said that they needed a pilot with a good medium-sized ship for clearing out some pirates and delivering data to nearby systems. I went ahead and accepted a few of these missions. The data deliveries went uneventfully....

Neddanthewoodbox / yesterday
Log 1 - Getting to this Point

Log 1 – September 19, 3305 A lot can change in four years. I was 34 when I finally achieved my pilots license. The 10,000-credit loan for my first ship, a Sidewinder, nearly crippled me. I could barely even afford the fuel for my first job. If I remember correctly it was just some shitty salvaging...
Arne. S. Saknussemm
The journey began. And Ended.
Flight Log - Day 147 - 150
Ted Buckland
Dear Diary
Stephen Niemand
No name
Trading with Thargoids
Training wheels off
18 Sep 3305
Galactic Politics and Mining
18 Sep 3305
Following her orders
Ted Buckland
18 Sep 3305
Dear Diary
17 Sep 3305
Logbook entry 7:

Galnet news

18 Sep 3305
Rockforth Corporation Reveals New Fertiliser

A new agricultural fertiliser has been released by the Rockforth Corporation in response to growing concerns over low harvests in several systems.

Rex Whitlock, the company’s marketing director, gave this statement to shareholders:

“We at Rockforth are deeply concerned by the recent reports of poor staple crop yields. We are determined to ensure that the food-supply chains are not impacted.”

“Our new EX7 fertiliser has been synthetically enhanced to enrich soil, increase macronutrients and promote growth across all types of cropland. We have prioritised its development and are confident that it will help minimise the risk of future food shortages.”

“Distribution of the fertiliser has started at Marshall Dock in the Riedquat system. We encourage traders to take advantage of our introductory prices.”

Many farmers have already begun putting the new fertiliser to use, but Dr Genevieve Kane of the Interstellar Association for Agriculture commented:

“There are concerns that, in order to bring this new product to market quickly, Rockforth may not have satisfied all regulatory checks. The IAA has therefore requested tight regulation of the fertiliser’s distribution until full compliance can be verified.”

13 Sep 3305
Agricultural Industry Predicts Low Harvest

The Interstellar Association for Agriculture has announced that below-average crop yields are expected in several key locations.

Dr Genevieve Kane, writing on behalf of the organisation, published this statement:

“Recent audits conducted on two primary agricultural worlds, located in Diso and Orerve, indicate that staple food harvests have been markedly lower in recent months.”

“Broader data analysis suggests that crop returns in several other systems may also fail to meet projected quotas. An investigation is underway to identify the reasons for this drop in produce.”

“To prevent a shortage of produce from impacting consumers, the IAA is reviewing options to enhance the fertility of cropland used for domestic consumption. These include newly proposed synthetic treatments that we hope will increase the sustainability of essential harvests.”

The situation was first highlighted during the Alliance Festival of Culture’s culinary week, when events in the Diso system were impacted by difficulties in sourcing fresh ingredients. Subsequent reports have indicated that these shortages are not unique to Allied space.

08 Sep 3305
Week in Review

Here are this week’s main stories.

The Alliance Festival of Culture has drawn to a close with a celebration of food and drink in the Diso system. Attendees sampled dishes prepared by celebrated chefs, and enjoyed a wide variety of complementary beverages. Suppliers managed to overcome initial concerns that low harvests in nearby systems would impact the festival. Prime Minister Mahon hailed the event as a huge success.

The Sap Core Legion faction has announced the successful conclusion of its initiative to outfit a new orbital medical facility in the Heike system. The installation, Swords Rest Medical Facility, is now operational around Heike 1.

And those are the main stories this week.

06 Sep 3305
Alliance Festival of Culture Celebrates Finale

The Alliance Festival of Culture has entered its final week with a celebration of food and drink on the planet Birmingham in the Diso system.

Corinne Macintyre, culture correspondent for the Alliance Tribune, reported:

“City streets are lined with stalls offering a wide range of food. Dishes range from humble, home-cooked recipes using local speciality Diso Ma Corn, to delicacies such as baked greebles. Drink connoisseurs have sampled everything from Ethgreze Tea Buds to Leestian Evil Juice, while a multi-storey cocktail bar sponsored by distillers of Lavian Brandy has attracted revellers.”

“Despite some companies experiencing difficulty sourcing ingredients, following lower than expected harvests in some systems, this event has been enjoyed by millions of hungry visitors.”

To mark the conclusion of the seven-week festival, Prime Minister Edmund Mahon made this announcement:

“I’d like to offer my sincerest thanks to everyone who helped make the Alliance Festival of Culture a grand success. We’ve enjoyed amazing artwork, heard beautiful music and experienced great theatre in recent weeks, much to our delight. I have been reminded just how diverse and colourful the Alliance’s shared cultures can be. Artists and creatives across the galaxy are invited to make the Alliance their home and further enrich this vibrant society.”

Beneath the Arch view 1
19 Sep 2019
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