Havilland, Alston to regain capital status

Rathlyn, HB, Nov 14 – The capital-hopping Sirocco engaged in in February is set to occur again in reverse next week, with confirmation coming from the government that Rathlyn is to lose its capital status next Wednesday. Premier Daniel Anderson said in a press statement this afternoon that arrangements had been made to leave the capital on Wednesday, 20 November, and return to Alston via Havilland between Wednesday and Saturday. When asked by a journalist from the Siroccan Broadcasting Corporation if this will mean Rathlyn and its province, Hobson, will be returned to New Zealand jurisdiction, Anderson said it would not, at…

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Havilland succeeds Alston as capital, NCD becomes Cambria

Havilland, WS, Feb 20 – Sirocco officially has a new capital today as preparations for the shift to Rathlyn enter their final stages. Alston was officially succeeded by Havilland as federal capital at 12pm today, bringing an end to the city’s two-year capital status and ushering in a much quieter time for the capital. The National Capital District has also changed its name to Cambria as a result of the province losing its capital designation. Havilland will be the Siroccan capital from today through to Sunday morning, when Rathlyn shall take over for most of the year’s remainder. Provision added to the Transition…

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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 important cultural…

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Wellesley scheduled to shift, Brookfield to be dissolved

Brookfield, WS, Jul 18 – The province of Wellesley is scheduled to move next week and its capital, Brookfield, to be dissolved, the Government announced today. The Government confirmed the land Brookfield is currently sited on has been sold to new owners and that new land has become available to be annexed into the Federal Commonwealth. Despite initial concerns that Wellesley province may altogether be dissolved, it is understand the new territory is situated a short distance away and that instead of dissolving the province and establishing a new one, the entire province itself will simply be shifted. It is understood that while…

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