Bulletins

December 2010

Hopes for a brighter 2011

Alston, NCD, Dec 31 – As a momentus year finally draws to a close, Premier Daniel Anderson has expressed his desire for a happier and more peaceful 2011. “We have seen so much in the last two months, let alone the entire year. What was meant to be the ‘Year of Peace’ »

Friday, 31 December 2010 // 8 Comments

2011 Elections postponed

Alston, NCD, Dec 29 – Premier Daniel Anderson has announced that the 2011 Provincial Elections will be postponed until further notice after a lack of activity from the Board of Ministers. Elections were announced on December 10th, with the deadline for nominations being this Friday. Elections »

Wednesday, 29 December 2010 // 0 Comments

OAM in crisis after Fish resigns

Astolbia, A1, Dec 22 – Vice-Secretary of the Organisation of Active Micronations (OAM) Philip Fish has resigned from his position due to a major dispute between himself and Sebastiano von Linden, a citizen of the Kingdom of Zealandia. von Linden was banned from the OAM this week due to a »

Wednesday, 22 December 2010 // 0 Comments

Wrythe falls to Midgets

Wrythe, Austenasia, Dec 20 – The Empire of Austenasia has been defeated for the first time in its history today, with Wrythe falling to Midget forces. At around 5am NZDT, Wrythe was invaded by forces of the Midget-Nation-in-Exile under the command of Midget Fuhrer Thomas. Crown Prince »

Monday, 20 December 2010 // 1 Comment

Fighting breaks out in Carshalton

Wrythe, Austenasia, Dec 11 – The Empire of Austenasia and the Kingdom of Rushymia have declared war on the Tsardom of Orly and the Midget Nation-in-Exile after a breakdown in the line of succession to the Orlian throne. It is understood that at around 11:20pm last night NZDT, Austenasia »

Saturday, 11 December 2010 // 0 Comments

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 »

Wednesday, 8 December 2010 // 0 Comments