Voskian Times

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The Voskian Times, which normally appears under its trilingual title Voşkiko Ģorniĕ (Voskian), Kogat þò Vuştişc (Gurdian) and Ils Temps Vuostgs (Romansh) is an online Voskian newspaper intented for an international English speaking public, and contains selected translated articles from other Voskian newspapers. Its first edition was in June 2012.

The Voskian Times's news items are published in reverse chronological order (newest on top).

  • Autumn 2016 edition : Guelphian king to visit Voskia (6 September)
  • Summer 2016 edition : Unemployment down with 0.7% (19 September) • Hydropower plant near river Veçe opened (16 September) • Curschellas starts job as AGL head (6 September)
  • Spring 2016 edition : FICT expands to thirteen member states | Voskia leaves Free Trade Agreement (7 May) • Monarchists and republicans clash near villa former crown prince (25 March) • Crisis in AGL after Ilyaroman refusal to accept Conference results (23 March) • Former minister gets 20 years in prison (22 March)
  • Winter 2015/2016 edition : Voskia to accept refugees after all (10 March) • Lukas Dòdziĕvs (Piratiĕ) new Head of Capital District (6 March) • Voskian diplomat Not Curschellas candidate Secretary General AGL (29 January)
  • Autumn 2015 edition : Balkan countries criticise Voskia for blocking 'Italy route' (17 November) • Controversial security law approved (16 November) • FICT summit postpones decision on Free Trade Agreement (8 November) • Fire in intercity Ēdeza-Rāģidz: two dead, 37 wounded (3 November) • Success for Peter Vejsiu's Sinfonia Oeconomica (23 October)
  • Winter 2014/2015 edition : Voskian ministers to visit New Courland (12 February) • AGL Conference puts Voskia aside after Marckonian demands (9 February) • Disagreement in government coalition about bonus seat plan (20 January) • IP'02 leader Pāvus Luva criticises candidacy Île de Romanhe to host AGL Investment bank (5 January)
  • Autumn 2014 edition : FICT Secretary General shocked by devastating earthquake Kaupelan (4 November)
  • Summer 2014 edition : Riots in Màjmal during annual Pride: 43 arrests made (28 June) • President Arhali congratulates Tarmoryan president Darmqran with re-election (23 June)
  • Spring 2014 edition : Living standard in Voskia hardly improved in the last few years (18 June) • Electoral reform should make voting from abroad easier (16 June) • Construction of motorway Divis-Màjmal started (19 May) • University poetry festival 2014 takes off with presentation of poems by Anna Vārtius (17 May) • Puzzlement after sudden FICT ambassador appointment Tarmorya (21 March)
  • Winter 2013/2014 edition : New president sworn in (19 February) • Seħćik (FSTE) urges member states to implement free trade agreement (14 February) • New government approved (6 February) • Arhali next president of Voskia (3 February) • Greek earthquake felt on southern islands (3 February) • V-ĢP, MV and MS reach deal with PRÌ, NK-ĢP and AG alliance about government coalition (22 January) • Arhali and Fraşyr in second round presidential election (20 January) • IP'02 leaves coalition talks (10 January) • First exit-poll parliamentary elections: V-ĢP wins almost 25% of the votes (22 December)
  • Autumn 2013 edition : SAA negotiations between Voskia and EU to start in 2014 (17 December) • FICT ambassador criticises Voskian lack of interest in other FICT member states (7 December) • Police arrest CEO ĢBR and disperse protesters (6 December) • Kronenburg royal couple to visit Voskia (21 November) • Voskian football team third in FICT Games 2013 (9, 17 November) • Negotiations for EU accession could start in December (8 November) • Justice minister: 'AGL should redo treaty changes' (23 October) • Voskian FICT ambassador Vice Secretary General (21 September)
  • Summer 2013 edition : Next parliamentary elections on 22 December (16 September) • Issel promises to invest in exchange for Voskian AGL-membership (25 July) • Kronenburg doesn't want Voskia to join AGL yet (17 July) • Former finance minister arrested for corruption (11 July)
  • Spring 2013 edition : Government approves four-lane road between Divis and Màjmal (15 May) • 'Assembly was somewhat succesful' (8 May) • Monarchist Union will file a bill on royals' movements next week (8 May) • Leaked foreign affairs report expresses dissatisfaction with international organisations (28 April) • PA accuses MV of 'treason', after being unceremoniously ditched (24 April) • New government operational (15 April) • Acting foreign minister: 'Tarmoryan plebiscite no clear result' (8 April) • Parties agree on main issues coalition government (3 April) • V-ĢP to form coalition with MV, MS and IP'02 (21 March)
  • Winter 2012/2013 edition : Foreign affairs announces new consul to Tarmorya (8 March) • Government looses majority after liberal democrats withdraw support (8 March) • Voskia welcomes call for cease fire in Tarmorya (24 February) • FICT condemns situation in Tarmorya (20 January) • Prime minister announces government reshuffle (16 January) • Foreign minister chided and set aside in debate on Tarmoryan crisis (7 January) • Government indecisive about necessary steps to be taken in Tarmoryan crisis (6 January) • Government to boost research (2 January) • FICT ambassador criticises Secretary General (31 December) • Opposition want more intensive EU integration (28 December)
  • Autumn 2012 edition : Government remains silent on Tarmoryan crisis (16 November) • Kirkē Bastuģiūz wins Golden Telescope (10 november) • 'Mass protest' against government official salary cuts (7 November) • Criticism on Tarmoryan regime grows (14 October) • FICT treaty enters into force (22 September)
  • Summer 2012 edition : Ministry issues warning against travelling to Tarmorya (17 September) • Government wants building permits revised to end random construction (17 September) • Sali Fraşyri appointed FICT ambassador (31 August) • 'Arhali presidential candidate for PD' (30 August) • Voskia joins FICT (6 July) • Hotel robbery in Korv (2 July)
  • Spring 2012 edition : Voskia to attend FICT conference (8 June) • Voskia to increase EU border patrolling (29 May)