Template talk:In the news
- Number of articles permitted
May I ask whether there are any thoughts on increasing the number of events that can be retained in the news from 7 to say 9 or 10? The news is updated far more often than the news of the future, which could hypothetically be correspondingly reduced. ~Ausitoria 10:42, 6 July 2014 (GMT)
- Randwijck article
Randwijck bans all religious symbols and expressions in public areas, also stop the government funding of religious institutions. The Randwijck Independence Party and the Green Party of Randwijck agreed with the law. In the capital of Randwijck was demonstrated by the religious minority in Randwijck, 32% of the population is religious. Several polls showed that 58% to 64% of the population supports the controversial law.
If there isn't already, there needs to be some sort of guidelines on the length of our In the Newses. A majority of recent pieces have been as long as actual TV news reports, and several times the length they would be on Wikipedia. I accept that oftentimes a piece might be too complex to explain in ten words, but I two or more full sentences should not be the new norm. ~ Mal Loqui ad mihi! 05:48, 8 September 2015 (EDT)