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MoloNews 24+

Post by wishfulanthony on Mon Aug 24, 2009 7:42 am

This will be the home of Molowaku's news, MoloNews 24+. Named aptly from the region's premier media network, MoloNetwork (based on Molowaku, of course), MoloNews 24+ hosts to news from Molowaku. It has been started from my home alliance, Alliance of Fuel Developing Nations (AFDES), and now, it comes to here at SimSports for you to enjoy. My strategy for the newscasts is short and to the point news that comes from the four regions of Molowaku, namely Oahu, Harrison, Newton, and Kalamerton, with some updates on Saint Paul, the nation's capital, and hopefully, I can publish my updates daily because my news never stops.

Here's the latest news from Molowaku:

For Sunday, August 23rd:

Air Molowaku to Start Flights to West Baden - After several weeks of negotiations, Air Molowaku, the country's national flag carrier, will start flights to West Baden, east of Puerto Rico, with a stop in Mexico City using Boeing 777-200ER jets starting September 1st; the flight will leave Molowaku International Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 11:30pm, returning to the airport at 5:45am two days later.

Harrison City to Get Motorized Scooters for Teen Patrol - With the success of the foot patrol in Baldwin Hills, the Regional Government of Harrison has granted MR 150,000 to the city to purchase 15 scooters to start up a volunteer program for teenagers, Teen Patrol, which will monitor the city streets for criminal activity.

Murenga a "Disaster Zone", Says Official - Murenga Island has been named a "Disaster Zone" by a Kalamerton Regional Development Specialist because of the amount of lava that has gone down from the volcano to the town of Murenga, and it has devastated dozens of homes and farmlands as a result; the total damage cost is still being assessed, but relief is on the way for the affected victims.

For Saturday, August 22nd:

Mount Murenga Explodes; Lava Flows Imminent - Last night, Mount Murenga has started bursting lava and pyroclastic flows, set off from a series of violent yet moderate earthquakes that rumbled Murenga Island and nearby communities, and volcanic rocks have been blown off from the eruption; the entire island has been evacuated and it has been called a "Closed Zone" by the Kalamerton Regional Government.

Senate, Trade Dept. to Debate on "Possible Rebates" for Licensing Fees - In an effort to allow local businesses to expand to other regions, the Molowaku Senate, along with the Molowaku Department of Trade and Industry, are now debating on how much rebates from today's licensing fees are to be given to businessmen and entrepreneurs who want to expand their businesses throughout the country so that more commercialization will take place.

Harrison Town on Lookout for Pirates - Despite security forces from the Molowaku Royal Navy Force watching the waters around the archipelago, the Town of Pristina in the Harrison Region has set up surveillance and infrared cameras along its long beach front and coastlines to watch for "unwanted" pirates who desperately want to seek refuge in the town; nine pirates have been caught, but they were released after signing proper documentation.


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Double Posting

Post by wishfulanthony on Wed Aug 26, 2009 9:44 am

My apology for double posting... news updates below.


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News for Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 24th and 25th

Post by wishfulanthony on Wed Aug 26, 2009 9:45 am

The latest from MoloNews 24+, Molowaku's news authority:

For Monday, August 24th, 2009:

NEWS ALERT: 3 Teens Suspected in Family Massacre in Newton Region - At least three teens, ages 15 to 17, were arrested last night in a high-class village in the Town of Lavender in the Newton Region for suspicion of killing five members of a well-known family in the town that occurred three weeks ago; a fourth possible suspect is still at large, and those arrested were brought to the Juvenile Detention Center in Westwood for interrogation.

Saint Paul Steps Up Security for Conference as Activists March - The latest in the string of conferences in Saint Paul, due to the success of the recently-concluded AFDES Summit, called the Pacific Summit on Wildlife Preservation, is being monitored carefully by the Saint Paul Police Department, in cooperation with the Molowaku Royal Police Force, as thousands of activists are marching to the University of Molowaku Convention Center demanding better protection methods by national governments.

Murenga Still Under Lava; Rehabilitation Underway - The Town of Murenga is still under lava from last week's eruption of Mount Murenga in the Kalamerton Region, and volunteers from throughout the nation and the Pacific region are now in the area to start the rehabilitation process of repairing homes, schools, and roads to make the island habitable again for the thousands of people who lost their homes.

For Tuesday, August 25th, 2009: (two parts)

Main news:

President, Officials Leave Tonight for AFDES Summit in Franklin - Molowaku President Joseph Perez, along with some of his aides and officials, will be leaving tonight on a scheduled passenger flight for Franklin to attend the upcoming AFDES Summit which will begin this Friday; MoloNews 24 will bring you the latest from the summit board, with live feed to be shown on MoloThree.

Wildlife Conference Marred with Protesters; Several Injured - The Pacific Summit on Wildlife Conservation, currently taking place at the University of Molowaku Conference Center, has been mobbed with protestors from throughout the country and world outside the University of Molowaku campus; over a dozen people were injured after the Saint Paul Police Department threw tear gas and fired warning shots as a warning not to get close to the conference site, yet no arrests have been made.

Health Department: "Prepare for an Influx of H1N1 Vaccinations" - In an effort to combat the so-called H1N1 Viral Flu in Molowaku, the Molowaku Department of Health has released a statement that authorizes the release of 250,000 vials of anti-flu shots that will be distributed for just MR 20 (MR 5 for low-income families) at all major health centers in Molowaku, with an additional 1,250,000 more vials to be distributed in the next six months.

Sports and Lifestyle News:

SPORTS: U of Molowaku Leads SCAA for AFDES in Football; UM-Ocean View Struggles - The University of Molowaku Storm football team leads the AFDES Division in the SCAA, garnering 4 wins and no losses, as it goes its way through the rest of the season; its sister university in Ocean View, on the other hand, is struggling with no wins after the first four games in the season.

LIFESTYLE: First Boutique Hotel to Open in Saint Paul - With the prevalence of several luxurious hotels in Saint Paul, a new boutique hotel called Hotel Armada will open in the city's Financial District, serving business travelers and leisure vacationers, and it will have 50 themed rooms from MR 219 a night (weekdays) and MR 169 (weekends and holidays).

LIFESTYLE: Paintings of Navarette on Display at Ocean View Museum - Even with a slow demand for art exhibitions, an art show featuring paintings of famous Molowaku painter Arthur Navarette, entitled "Navarette A Century On" is currently on display at the Ocean View Arts and Cultures Museum until February 28th, 2009.
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