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Headlines for SY 159

15 April It is with great regret that Sable Palace announces the death of Princess Odessa, wife of Prince Thomas. The Royal Family requests that the people of Sable respect His Highness’s privacy at this sad time.
17 March Sable’s letter of protest, has been delivered personally to the Jensen Minister of the Exterior.
14 March The Sable Goverment will be sending a letter of protest to the Government of Jensen, with respect to hostile actions undertaken recently in the Lowell Quadrant of the Commonwealth.
10 March The Kingdom of Sable continues to work with President York and Secretary of State Caraher on Anghelt, with regard to rooting out those hostile forces who recently attempted a coup in that world. It is hoped that diplomatic relations will be normalised properly in the next few weeks.
6 March The heavy rainfall seen recently has finally let up. It is hoped that the recent flooding will recede in the next few days.
5 March Illegal fight club broken up in Sable City, and all participants arrested.
4 March Confluence Park severely damaged by an eight-foot bore which came down the Sable River. Water reveals a mass grave of humans and animals.
2 March No let-up is being seen in the heavy rainfall in the south of the country. The combined SMC/RE team within Sable City is working round the clock to try to prevent serious flooding in the city. The Met Office has been unable to discern the reason for the deluge.
28 February Sable River flood warnings now in place up to and including Avonbridge. Within Sable City, the Sable Mage College and the Royal Engineers are devising plans to try to prevent the river bursting its banks in the docks and industrial areas.
27 February Sable River flood warnings extended to Wickstone
26 February Record-high rainfall has been reported by the Sable Meteorological Office in the south of the country and up in the Sable Mountains. Flood warnings are in place on the Sable River from Mountain Falls to Bradgate.
23 February Preliminary investigations into the assassination of Duke Travis and Adila Masterson indicate that the assassin was hired by agents from Jensen.
22 February The Reich sends its condolances to the families of Travis Heinmann and Adila Masterson, and offers its assistance to Sable to find the perpetrators.
21 February Travis Heinmann, Duke of Lowell, and Senior Sable Diplomat Adila Masterson assassinated during a visit to the world of Carrick, which applied for Commonwealth Membership some time ago.
7 February Statement issued by RRE: “We reject claims by the naysayers in Sable that the Portal System is unsafe. It has been rigourously tested over a number of years, with no problems. RRE believes that the Sable stance is less about safety, and more about wishing to maintain the lucrative contracts it has with the ATS and punish competition.”
6 February Travel Advisory. The Sable Foreign Office has issued a travel advisory against use of the RRE Portal System, citing concerns with the novel technology used in the system.
5 February President York restored to power in Anghelt, following a counter-coup led by former Minister Calvin Caraher, who had lost his position on the Council due to the machinations of the coup plotters, supported by a group of serving Ministers along with the President’s closest relatives.
2 February Unprovoked New Oceania attack against Viceroy Thomas of the Silver Shadows thwarted General Berthelmes narrowly escapes an assassination attempt while visiting the Sable-held territory of New Rockwell
27 January Further information out of Anghelt suggests that President York is no longer ruling the Shadow, after what appears to have been an internal coup by anti-Sable interests within the Council of Ministers, led by Ministers Lee Sarason and Dewey Haik. Speculation is rife that their actions were sponsored by either Jensen or Garrowby.
26 January Visit by Sir Marcus Court to Anghelt called off due to security issues.
23 January Concerns raised about the Commonwealth World of Anghelt, which has unilaterally downgraded the Sable Diplomatic Mission to a Consulate, instead of a full Embassy. Sir Marcus Court to visit Chester next week, to discuss the issue with President Alexander Geoffrey York.
1 January 159 The Sable Press would like to wish all our customers a Happy New Year.