The Federation News Service is a spinoff of the StarBase 118 Star Trek PBEM RPG, reporting news headlines from across the United Federation of Planets to Federation citizens, along with other reader-submitted stories from other RPGs and fan works. Here are the latest stories published by the FNS:
Thunder at Jenatris Cloud 500: Glirash Voorsh snatches fourth victory — Stardate 239806.05
TRINITY CITY, STARBASE 118 — Speed racing legend takes a comfortable grip of second place on the points leaderboard of the Jenatris Cloud 500, locking in a fourth overall victory with noted Gorn relish.
Species with pheromone-based language rejects Federation membership — Stardate 239806.11
PARIS, EARTH – The Federation’s hopes for expansion into the galactic west, suffered a major setback this week as the Smort rejected its offer of membership. Speaking from the steps of the Palais de la Concorde in Paris, Maaah, the head of the Smort diplomatic team, explained the decision by stating simply, ‘The Federation smells boring.’
Experts troubled as Andoria suffers unprecedented heatwave — Stardate 239806.18
ANDORIA – Environmental scientists are concerned as the frozen moon Andoria, the homeworld of the Andorian people is experiencing a heatwave longer and hotter than anything on record.
Cadet hospitalizations expose stressful nature of Starfleet training simulations — Stardate 239806.25
SAN FRANCISCO, EARTH — Starfleet Academy temporarily removed a holographic training simulation from its rotation this week, after two cadets were hospitalized with severe panic attacks while participating in the exercise.
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