Macronational

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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Seeburg radio station receives Siroccan donation

Rathlyn, HB, Jun 14 – The government has this afternoon donated a sum of money to an Internet radio station specialising in instrumental music. The popular Seeburg1000.com radio station, which specialises in instrumental music produced by the Seeburg Corporation in the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, is a popular station in Sirocco, with its music […]

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Margaret Thatcher dies aged 87

Rathlyn, HB, Apr 9 – Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has died. She was 87. Dominating Britain for an extraordinary eleven-year term from 1979 to 1990, she transformed a broken-down country falling apart at the seams into a more modern and prosperous country. Her efforts polarised the country and to an extent the world. […]

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Premier meets with National MPs, conservative youth

Rathlyn, HB, Mar 8 - Premier Daniel Anderson this evening met with members of the National Party of New Zealand and members of the Young Nats, the party’s youth wing, in a bar in central Auckland. The organisation held the event at the Atticus bar in Fort Street to mark the end of university orientation and […]

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Hobsonville lashed by tornado, Sirocco to found aid agency

Hobsonville-Whenuapai, Auckland, New Zealand, Dec 6 – The New Zealand city of Auckland was lashed today by a major storm that claimed the lives of three people after a tornado touched down in the suburbs of Hobsonville and Whenuapai. Three people were killed and seven injured after the tornado struck around 1pm NZDT this afternoon. […]

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Coles confirms date of move to Australia, dissolution of Jellicoe

Alston, NCD, Oct 28 – Vice-Premier Jesse Coles has confirmed the date of his departure to Australia, finally giving a date to the dissolution of Jellicoe province. Coles confirmed a few days ago that his last day in the province will be November 21. His departure is expected the next day from Auckland. It is […]

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Havilland replaces Brookfield as Wellesite capital

Havilland, WS, Jul 27 – After the Government spent this week trying to decide what to call Brookfield’s replacement as Wellesley’s capital, a name has finally been decided on – Havilland. Named after the former de Havilland aeroplane company, Havilland has today been incorporated almost a week later than scheduled after a name could not be […]

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Wellesley scheduled to shift, Brookfield to be dissolved

Brookfield, WS, Jul 18 – The province of Wellesley is scheduled to move next week and its capital, Brookfield, to be dissolved, the Government announced today. The Government confirmed the land Brookfield is currently sited on has been sold to new owners and that new land has become available to be annexed into the Federal Commonwealth. […]

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Blacksands joins Federal Commonwealth

Blacksands, BD, Apr 20 – Sirocco has expanded its territory today with the acquisition of a new Dependency near Auckland, New Zealand. The Blacksands Dependency, located at the small West Coast beach village of Bethells Beach, comprises of two sandy beach areas, a small thicket of trees and a river flat. The Dependency’s name comes from the […]

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Vice-Premier confirms move to Australia

Ridgelow, JC, Apr 11 – Confirmation was received tonight that Vice-Premier Jesse Coles will be moving to Australia in a few months’ time. The news has come as a shock to Premier Daniel Anderson, who had expected Coles’ departure from New Zealand late this year or in early 2013. Plans were drawn up last year for this […]

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