News Report – 17th October 2015 – AISA Prepared For Andromeda 4 Flight

Adam I, Editor

ADAMSVILLE, Primoria – The Adammic Imperial Space Agency has completed work on R-02, a second Estes Alpha III-class model rocket. Work began two days ago and concluded this evening. The rocket is now ready to be shipped from Adamsville to Imperial City tomorrow morning ahead of the Andromeda 4 mission later that day, weather permitting. Northern Irish travel blogger Jonny Blair is expected to be spectating the launch, which will take place at the AAF Jagstonia air force base.

AISA aren’t the only ones preparing for Blair’s visit; it is understood that the Adammic Air Force was conducting further trials of its remote-controlled quadcopter inside the Imperial Residence this evening, the first time that it has been used since Foundation Day in April. Meanwhile, Emperor Adam I tweeted a picture of a work-in-progress label design for Capital Brewery’s wine bottles. The first label along with the first six Imperial Mail stamps of 2015 were printed onto the government’s adhesive sticker paper, which it bought earlier this year, on Wednesday.

On the 8th of October, Emperor Adam I reinstated the honourary citizenship and knighthood of Sir Ryan Dawes, who was kicked out of the Empire in 2014 for supposedly violating Imperial Decree VII by leaking another citizen’s telephone number without permission. As it turned out, no crime had in fact been committed at all – Decree VII only refers to the phone numbers of those aged under 18, which the citizen in question was not.

It is understood that Lord Sir Grant Hawkins, Governor of Adammic Columbia, has declared a number of place-names within the Colony, meaning that the Imperial Institute of Geography can now produce an official map, which is expected in the near future. Hawkins also has a bill written which should be introduced to the Colonial Council soon.

On Friday 16th, the Emperor exercised the powers granted to him by the Place-Names Act 2013 to name the A12, a footpath running through the Jagstonian Plains, Horsley Road in honour of His Majesty’s former high school headteacher Jez Horsley who recently passed away.

That is all for this week. Seek wisdom and honour, and long live the Empire!


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