A new decade has dawned in the Atomic calendar today, with Sirocco’s biggest new year party yet welcoming the Seventies.
Controversy has erupted in the MicroWiki community following the judging of the Seventh Spon Awards, with many voicing their disagreement with the decisions made.
Sirocco’s annual awards ceremony was held today with the nation’s oldest tradition celebrating its seventh occurrence.
The National Centre of Computing has announced it will be undertaking a major expansion, increasing the size and scope of its exhibitions at a cost of over §230 (NZ$368).
Under the terms of the Atomic Calendar Act 2013, from tomorrow the Atomic calendar will have official status within Sirocco.
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 adopted for a variety of purposes. Speaking to the Times a short time ago, Premier Daniel Anderson confirmed that earlier this afternoon, a total §7 7/5d (NZ$12.41, US$10.00) was donated to the station in appreciation for its high-quality music. “Seeburg is Sirocco’s national music, so it is only…
Alston, NCD, Dec 19 – A calendar honouring the Atomic Age has today been introduced in Sirocco for a trial run to see if it is feasible to run a dual-calendar system. The Atomic Calendar officially began on 16 July 1945, the date of the Trinity atomic test in Nevada, USA, with years being counted from this date. The calendar year runs from 16 July to 15 July the following year. The current year, 67 AE (Atomic Era), will finish on 15 July 2013. Premier Daniel Anderson said that “it is a good contribution to our very Atomic Age culture, and I…