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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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Eastwood retains office, Mejakhansk refuses to stay silent

New Branson, St.Charlie, Jan 7 – St.Charlie will continue to have Socialist governance following the results of the nation’s general elections, which saw National opposition leader Marka Mejakhansk fail to unseat incumbent Prime Minister Alexander Eastwood. The Socialist government was able to comfortably retain power, seeing off National contenders with a 58% majority of votes cast. […]

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December 2014: How we will get there from here

Expect a different community this time next year. The end of the year in the micronational community is always an event for reflection. We look back on the past twelve months, smile at the good and cringe at the bad. Granted, 2013 has been a relatively quiet year in the community, and there’s not much […]

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North East defences bolstered against Christmas attacks

Kent, TF, Dec 23 – Sirocco’s northeastern provinces have had their defences strengthened for the Christmas-New Year break in a move designed to counter any hostile attack, the government said late last evening. The Siroccan Defence Forces moved into locations across the northeast yesterday, with Alston, Kent and Kenbank receiving the bulk of the reinforcement. […]

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Axe falls on Zealandian PM and MP

Rathlyn, HB, Nov 14 – Following a meltdown in the Zealandian government this week, Zealandia’s royal court has confirmed it has stripped the titles, offices, and citizenship of its Prime Minister and a Member of Parliament. The move comes after a two-week-long dispute that reached its peak between Monday and Wednesday, in which the former […]

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Commonwealth Avenue: Five years on and what do we have to show for it?

I yearn for the simple days when we were all at each other’s throats. There is a great significance at the moment for many of us in this community. It was in the latter third of 2008 that many of our nations (Austenasia, the GDR/Sirocco and St.Charlie, to name but three) came to life, and when […]

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Tierney retires from micronationalism, cites fighting, pettiness as causes

Rathlyn, HB, Oct 27 – Renasian leader and MicroWiki veteran Jacob Tierney has today announced he will be withdrawing from micronationalism in order to focus on other interests. Tierney broke the news in the MicroGroup Facebook group earlier today, and also removed himself from the micronational Skype rooms he was part of. Speaking to the […]

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Concern raised over MicroWiki financial shortfall

Rathlyn, HB, Oct 20 – MicroWiki site management has expressed concern about a financial gap that is seeing the site run at a more than §2 monthly deficit. Site owner Pierre d’Egtavie revealed in the Micropolitan IV chatroom this afternoon that average daily views of the site have dropped from a peak of 10,000 per […]

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St.Charlian President: “Superpresident idea is useless and dangerous”

With a proposal before the St.Charlian parliament to merge the offices of President and Prime Minister, the Times interviewed current President James Lunam to get an in-depth perspective to why he is not in favour of the creation of a St.Charlian “Superpresident”.

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Weymouth spared from Micras cleanup

Copthorne, WE, Aug 7 – A routine cleanup on the Micras forums almost saw Siroccan territory wiped out this morning alongside three other nations. The alarm was raised on the popular Facebook group MicroGroup at 10:18 this morning by Senyan leader Barnaby Hands, who commented that “You know it’s Micras when Sirocco is being removed […]

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