The Sirocco Times

Bureaucracy expands in Sirocco with passing of Legislative Codes Act

Bradford, KR, Aug 27/12 Bak – All acts passed by Government will be affixed with date codes following the passing of the Legislative Codes Act 2014 in another step forward for Siroccan bureaucracy. The Act, which will officially come into force on September 7 (23 Baker) requires every piece of legislation passed to bear a long […]

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Sandus disrespecting micronational norms, say community

Bradford, KR, Aug 1 – Sandus has been slammed by micronationalists across the MicroWiki community today for not adhering to micronational privacy agreements as the scandal surrounding the Denton Protocol continues to grow. The Denton Protocol, established in a joint effort by Sandus and Zealandia this week, aims to provide solidarity for LGBT micronationalists and a way for said micronationalists […]

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Rise of Communist micronation threatens Siroccan territories

Bradford, KR, Jul 6 – The Siroccan government is tonight deciding how to deal with the emergence of a Communist micronation in the New Zealand city of Christchurch that has claimed a number of Siroccan territories. The nation of Otautahi, derived from the Maori name for Christchurch, was founded on July 4 by James Davies […]

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Micro High movie proves hit for SBC

Bradford, KR, Apr 1 – Fans of hit cartoon series Micro High were not left disappointed this morning with the midnight premiere of its long-awaited film adaptation, with many who attended the event lauding the experience as fitting for the spirit of the show. The Micro High Cinematic Televised Movie Thing made its debut at […]

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Government warns of Communist subversion in Auckland

Bradford, KR, Mar 7 – The Government has this afternoon warned of the presence of subversive Communist elements in central Auckland, causing concern in Sirocco’s territories in the region. In a press conference this afternoon, Premier Daniel Anderson revealed that since Tuesday, a number of government departments and private enterprises, including the Ministry of Defence, […]

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Reinhardt elected to St.Charlian Presidency

St.Charlie, Feb 21 – St.Charlian politician, founding father and “old boy” of the MicroWiki community Alexander Reinhardt has been unanimously elected to the St.Charlian Presidency, an unsurprising result for an uncertain candidate. News broke in the St.Charlian Observer this morning that Reinhardt had been endorsed by both his Nationalist colleagues and the Socialist government on […]

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Premier opens Bradford and Kinross

Bradford, KR, Feb 16 – Sirocco has today adopted its fourth capital in one year after Premier Daniel Anderson formally opened Bradford for business this afternoon. Anderson departed from Alston at around 8am Eastern Time this morning, arriving in Bradford shortly before 12:30pm this afternoon. Bradford was formally proclaimed the capital by Anderson at 12:34pm, […]

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