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FC Kings and Mediterranean leading first league in Brunant after many good results.
BRUNANT ELECTIONS GOING TO THE LEFT
ATHINA IN LEADERS LEAGUE SEMIS
LOVIAN TEAMS SUCCESSFUL IN WNFA CLUB SOCCER
Which team do you think has a better chance at winning the Leaders League?
LABOUR DEPUTY RACE A CLOSE CALL
6 January 2012, Noble City- Coming into the elections, Positive Lovia was criticized for making a swing to the right. From party leader Christopher Costello, this "apparent turn to the right" was not true and PL has always held to its ideology. While this "official" move may lose support from the left, he is likely to endear himself with the right and get their support. On the question of the federal elections, he does not see a massive flux of support, but it has not deterred him from being active and putting out his ideas. If elected, PL aims to work for all people and get support for LGBT rights, civil liberties, social equality and equal opportunity.
BRUNANTER GOVERNMENT FALLS
STUCK LIKE GLUE WITH UNCLE OOS
7 December 2012, Noble City- Uncle Oos is here to stay! Well, the campaign, at least. Recently we spoke to Prime Minister Ilava on his thought regarding the election campaign. Speaking on his campaign, he stated that the CCPL is sticking to its plans and won't go after any major change to party posts. In other words, he'll continue with the same campaign style from before, which got him elected Prime Minister and made the CCPL "a force to be reckoned with" after 2010. The emergence of the Christian Democrats and a selection of rightist and secular parties isn't a big concern, he said; CCPL voters are not likely to move to CDP and Christian rightists as a whole are even less likely to vote for the secular right. As a final message, he stressed that Lovians must choose "the right people to do the job" in order to maintain a good, working government.
INTER-WIKINATIONAL TRADE AT TWO-YEAR LOW
Dubourg Montjoy is getting lots of attention for its fine works put up for sale. Among the works on sale included artwork for Seven artist Morten Rown and by Brunanters E.E. Talbot and Edward Eldridge. Rown's pieces went for L$94,000 each and Eldridge's Isabel Under a Tree (pictured) sold for a whopping L$400,000.
At the same time there are many people in protest of the auction. Seven art dealer John Lebed said that the state should be buying the Seven works to ensure they do not leave the country. The National Museum of Art in Brunant is also hoping to repatriate the Eldridge works as well as the lone Talbot, to ensure that the public can enjoy these paintings for years to come.
LAST-MINUTE VOTE SWITCHING IN KINGS TOO CLOSE TO CALL
MASSIVE WIN FOR BRUNANTER CLUB ST. MARKS
5 October 2012, Noble City- State elections are in full swing and it seems as though the right is sweeping through key states. Sylvania is leaning towards Lukas Hoffmann and the CNP, but Labour's Marcus Villanova is only one point behind him. The third candidate, New Green leader Nicholas Sheraldin has come within one point of Labour. Kings is a a toss-up state, though CCPL candidate Jhon Lewis has a slim lead over LDP's William Krosby. Finally Oceana once again seems to be headed for a CCPL victory, but Ilava's nearest rival, Bart Koenen of the PNO is making gains. The other three states, Seven and Clymene are being taken by their incumbents and by wide margins; these results are unlikely to change.
FK Galactic Hurbanova, a storied club in Hurbanova's history has acquired the service of Amadeus Kunter for 1 million euros. Kunter, who played for top clubs FC Drenthe and Grijzestad, as well as the national team, left Grijzestad due to a change in plans by owner Mikhail Prokhorov. The star player, now 36 years old, is expected to make his debut this fall.