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25th May 2019

In World

Profile: Victor Appelsin

The recent incidents of vandalism across Rivertop and further afield (reported previously) have drawn comment from the usually reticent Victor Appelsin, Arch-Investigator for the precinct and a man who usually prefers to keep his own counsel on matters of a political nature. Appelsin has perhaps better reasons than most for shunning the public gaze. Crippled in

Breaking news: Curious markings appear on precinct walls

In what can only be described as both a literal and metaphorical stain on our precinct’s civic pride, your correspondent is saddened to report that mysterious markings have been found painted this morning on a number of our most prominent buildings. The symbols, which have already¬†besmirched the walls of buildings in Car Peronel and Braed

News: Cultural Update

Rivertop may not be able to equal some of the more substantial precincts in the range of its theatres and performances, but we are still able to attract the capital’s top talent when their touring productions are travelling in this part of the realm. The Royal Theatre has recently been pleased to announce just such

Travel Guide: Rivertop

[From The Seventh Colour, by Will Davidson – coming soon!] If, as would sometimes happen, a gull were to fly inland from the coast at Tryachan in search of alternative food sources, it would find itself at the end of a day’s flying close to the precinct of Rivertop. What it would see, illuminated by

Profile: Tomas Callan

[Extract from the social pages, 2nd of Nieumor, XIX Tor. A report on a new year’s ball attended by a number of senior civic dignitaries and officers] …Also making a debut appearance within the high town’s social circle, was a newly appointed officer of Rivertop’s investigators, Tomas Callan. Callan and his wife, Idony, are relatively