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 statement to…

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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 event when it was expected he would be leaving sometime between February and April, however the plans were discarded when it was believed he was staying for the duration of 2012. It is understood he will most likely be leaving in late July or early August this…

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Temperatures plummet across Sirocco, records set

Alston, NCD, Aug 17 – Alston shivered overnight as temperatures dropped below zero for the first time in memory. Alston residents woke up this morning to blankets of frost across the Alston Domain, Line Park and Mosgiel Green and mist rising from the Garden River. Most attention, however, was given to the National Monument to Birds in the Domain, which had frozen over for the first time ever. Premier Anderson stated that “I know it’s cold, all we can do is hunker down and be warm and wait for the cold front to pass.” But it wasn’t just Alston freezing, as reports came…

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Riverhill Park joins Jellicoe

Riverhill Park, JC, Dec 8 – Jellicoe’s flag has been raised over Riverhill Park today, signalling the beginning of the city’s future with Sirocco. At around 9pm last night, it was confirmed that Miss Annabelle Morgan had agreed to declare the sixteen acres Riverhill Park occupies as Siroccan territory. This was added to Jellicoe province and was also made provincial capital, due to a lack of activity or news from the former capital, Ridgelow. Premier Anderson is said to be greatly pleased by the annexation, stating that “Riverhill Park is a great extension of Siroccan land. I look forward to working with Miss…

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Jellicoe conference to be held today, water to be important topic

Alston, NCD, Dec 4 – Today’s conference in Jellicoe will mark one month since foundation, and despite the general merriment surrounding this morning’s meeting, more serious news is forecast from the Premier. The Northland region in northern New Zealand, where the National Capital District and Jellicoe province are located, has suffered from below-average rainfall for several months. One farmer in the region recorded only six to eight millimetres of rain since late October. Adding to the worries for the region was last year’s drought, which hit not only Northland, but also Auckland and Waikato, the effects of which have not been sufficiently…

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Plans underway for Jellicoe conference, internet services

Alston, NCD, Nov 27 – The first general meeting of members of the Board of Ministers has been scheduled for early December, the announcement of which comes at the same time that work on Sirocco’s internet services nears completion. The meeting, scheduled for the afternoon of Saturday, December 4th (which comes one month to the day since Foundation), will be the first official meeting of many members of the First Siroccan Government since Sirocco was formed on November 4th. The Times understands the event will not actually be held on Siroccan land, but somewhere roughly halfway between Ridgelow and Kent, JC. The…

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