|New North Wales|
|Commonwealth of New North Wales|
|Motto: Dum Spiro Spero|
|Anthem: O Trinticle|
New North Wales is part of the three Trinticle states.
New North Wales is mostly flat and is a river basin for the River Austin that has its mouth in the Etusk Bay. Its highest point is the 279-metre Rukanran near Hyle Heblo. The entirety of the state lies on the Great Ostrobian Plains that provides fertile land for farming and is the largest farming field in Ostrobia.
The government in New North Wales is primarily a Union of Conservative Parties government however the Social Democratic Party and Unite Party are also present. The governor of New North Wales is Alfie Ranstein (UOCP) since the state elections in 2013.
By state regulations, elections were held again on August 26, 2018, with Ranstein retaining his hold on UOCP leadership and seats in Parliament.
There are five local government areas that make up the state:
|Council||Population||Average economic ranking||Council Hall||Majority Party||Seats in Federal||Seats in State||Logo|
|Capital District||6.12 (high)||Eden||UOCP|
|Etusk Council||7.01 (very high)||Etusk||UOCP|
|Thunet Council||4.97 (medium)||Thunet||SDP|
|Oppingdon Council||6.04 (high)||Dexsoko||UOCP|
BusesEditThe majority of the state is served by state owned NNW Bus, owned by Transport for New North Wales. NNW Bus has five majority terminals, Etusk Station, Eden High Street, Dexsoko Junction for the MDO Region and Tholo Town Centre. NNW Bus has regional services such as the 120 Etusk to Eden route and the 95 Maraton, Dexsoko and Edgitth route.
Various other companies that serve NNW include Helen Hozacky Buses which run services towards Eden, Western Holmes Transport (WHT) in Tholo and Austin, Regional Maine Buses (RMB) in Olesk, Oppingdon, Gok and Jodler and HBTC Buses in Baywarten, Maraton (including Mall of Europe) and Etusk Worldport.
The M1 is the principal road in the state which cuts through Baywarten, Etusk and Eden as a singular route and forms a large part of the Treien Orbital Road from Baywarten to the River Oereomond, cutting past the MDO region and the Northern Plains.
The road network is maintained by NNW Roads with the notable exception of the M1 from Baywarten to River Oereomond bridge managed by HBRTC.
The main rail lines in New North Wales are the Western Mainline, Prethenia Mainline and the Eastern Mainline (Treien - Holmes)
Stations served by Treien Northwestern Railway (TNWR)Edit
- West Eden (Maryna bound)
- Thunet (Baywarten to Thunet Route)
- Maryna Bay
- Hyle Heblo
Stations served by Prethenia State RailwayEdit
Stations served by Great EasternEdit
- Caster Gale
- Olesk Town
Stations served by Great NorthernEdit
Sister councils & provincesEdit
- Essex, United Kingdom
- Hauts-de-France, France
- Overijssel, Netherlands