An edit to a MicroWiki article has indicated the end of one of New Zealand’s two known Communist micronations.
Sirocco is still in party mode following the victory of the governing National Party in the New Zealand general elections last evening, with the Federal Party leading the charge to heap praise upon Prime Minister John Key.
As Scotland goes to the polls to decide its fate in today’s independence referendum, the Government has formally come out on the No side, asking Scots to retain the union it has been part of for over three centuries.
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.
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 … Continue reading Seeburg radio station receives Siroccan donation
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. While some lauded her for turning Britain around, others loathed her for going up against the unions, introducing the hated poll tax and forcing her agendas despite the opposition. First coming into Parliament in 1959 to represent the Finchley electorate, she rose quickly in the Conservative Party, becoming … Continue reading Margaret Thatcher dies aged 87
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 to welcome new members, of which Anderson is one, into the organisation. Anderson was introduced to the leader of the Young Nats and several prominent people within the organisation, as well as other members and one Member of Parliament. He admitted that as a result … Continue reading Premier meets with National MPs, conservative youth