Sirocco pushes south to Foveaux Strait

Land’s End, ST, Sep 7 – Sirocco has moved even further south with the acquisition of a new territory at the southern tip of New Zealand’s South Island. The Territory of Stirling, proclaimed at 5:03pm this evening, encompasses Stirling Point, located slightly south of Bluff, New Zealand and at the end of the country’s State Highway 1. The territory contains a beach, public reserve, a several large signposts and a lighthouse. Premier Daniel Anderson said the acquisition was to ensure the protection of the area and its historical and geographical significance.

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Premier makes visit to Greater Hagley

Greater Hagley, Sep 5 – Premier Daniel Anderson today made his first visit to Sirocco’s new South Island with an official visit to the territory of Greater Hagley. Initially planned for yesterday but postponed to today as a result of inclement weather, the Premier visited Greater Hagley this morning as part of his tour of New Zealand’s South Island. Greater Hagley was one of four parcels of land located in the New Zealand city of Christchurch, alongside Sandford, Maxia and Trinity, gifted to Sirocco from Zealandia in April. While in Greater Hagley, Anderson noted the scenic splendour of the territory, and noted…

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Zealandian territories ceded to Sirocco

Rathlyn, HB, Apr 14 – Sirocco will tomorrow morning wake up with its boundaries stretched much further with the impending acquisition of Zealandia’s New Zealand territories. Zealandia and Sirocco tonight formally agreed on a document to cede Zealandia’s land in Canterbury, New Zealand to Siroccan control. The Treaty of the Cantabrian Provinces formally cedes the Zealandian municipalities of Greater Hagley, Magja, Sandford, and Turaspolien to Siroccan control. Greater Hagley and Sandford will become Territories, while Magja and Turaspolien are to become Dependencies. Magja and Turaspolien will also be renamed to Maxia and Trinity, respectively, while Greater Hagley and Sandford will be left as-is.…

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