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 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

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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. Power poles and trees were ripped out of the ground and houses extensively damaged, especially along the Hobsonville street of Wallingford Way, which saw every house in the street damaged in some form. The Upper Harbour Highway (SH18) was closed between the interchange with the … Continue reading Hobsonville lashed by tornado, Sirocco to found aid agency

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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 believed that Jellicoe, and its capital, Rathlyn, will be dissolved on this date. While no plans for the future of Jellicoe province have been set at this stage, it is expected a new province will be established by Coles to continue his Siroccan residency. In a … Continue reading Coles confirms date of move to Australia, dissolution of Jellicoe

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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 decided on for the province. The delay meant that Brookfield, which is scheduled to be ceded back to New Zealand after just shy of four months, was forced to maintai its status as Wellesley’s capital, albeit in a purely de facto nature. Transport is an extremely … Continue reading Havilland replaces Brookfield as Wellesite capital

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