February 2011

North Tasman may join dropped provinces

Alston, NCD, Feb 27 – North Tasman may be dissolved alongside Wellesley, Camina and South Tasman provinces after concerns that Minister of Foreign Affairs Taylor Petrelli is no longer interested in maintaining her job or citizenship. Miss Petrelli stated today that she is “quite happy »

Sunday, 27 February 2011

Anthony safe among the ruins

Denton, Zealandia, Feb 25 – The safety of King Anthony of Zealandia has been ascertained as the death toll from Tuesday’s earthquake surpasses 100. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been able to find out that Anthony is safe and well, however there has been significant damage in »

Friday, 25 February 2011

Christchurch in ruins, concerns for Denton

Christchurch, New Zealand, Feb 22 – New Zealand’s second-largest city has been destroyed in a magnitude 6.3 earthquake, with concern being shown for the fate of Zealandia. At 12:51pm NZDT, an earthquake centred 10km south of Christchurch and at a depth of 5km rocked the city already »

Tuesday, 22 February 2011

von Linden resigns from Zealandian government

Denton, Zealandia, Feb 15 – Troublesome Sebastiano von Linden, former Zealandian First Minister, has resigned after losing the confidence of the Zealandian Parliament. At 6:14 this morning, von Linden formally resigned from all offices and positions he held, leaving Zealandia without a First »

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

New Coat of Arms for Sirocco

Alston, NCD, Feb 14 – Sirocco has a new Coat of Arms tonight as the government begins major reforms of Sirocco, starting with its international appearance. As part of the reforms, the original Coat of Arms, which was designed in September 2010, has been ditched in favour of a newer, more »

Monday, 14 February 2011

BOM inactivity comes to an end

Jellicoe, Feb 3 – The inactivity that has plagued the Siroccan Board of Ministers has finally come to an end with Jesse Coles and Elizabeth Pountney beginning to take part in Sirocco’s management. Sirocco has been left with an inactive board for the last three months, but today it was »

Thursday, 3 February 2011