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UK Newsadmin's FAQ
Section - 6. What about the wales.*, scot.*, ni.* and england.* hierarchies?

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For wales.*, the contact address is Emyr Wyn Morris control@wales-usenet.org.
There used to be an elected committee, but it now appears to be defunct.
The website is at <http://www.wales-usenet.org/>.

For scot.*, the contact address is Simon Brooke control@scot.news-admin.org.
There used to be an elected committee, but it now appears to be defunct.
The website is at <http://www.scot.news-admin.org>.

For ni.*, the contact addresses are Paul Gregg pgregg@ni.org and John
Kennedy john.kennedy@tibus.com, and the website is at
<http://www.ni.org>.

For england.*, the contact address is Darren Wyn Rees
admin-mail@england.news-admin.org, the control address is
admin@england.news-admin.org and the website is at
<http://www.england.news-admin.org>.

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