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TASPAC issues statement regarding Aldrich Lucas

Alston, NCD, Feb 20 – Following the spectacular fall from grace of Yablokon Grand Chancellor Aldrich Lucas after his extreme vandalism of the MicroWiki Forums today, TASPAC has issued the following statement: The members of TASPAC wish to denounce in the strongest possible terms the »

Monday, 20 February 2012 // 3 Comments

SBC puts Micro High on indefinite hold

Alston, NCD, Jan 6 – The Siroccan Broadcasting Corporation has put Micro High on an indefinite hold after the means of producing the show suddenly ended. The SBC released the following statement: For nearly seven months the SBC, in conjunction with Fern Tree Studios and Magna Cifent, has »

Friday, 6 January 2012 // 0 Comments

2011: A Manic Year

Alston, NCD, Dec 31 – Tonight the curtain will be drawn on the year 2011 forever, a year which has had profound impacts on both the community and Sirocco itself. In a statement, Premier Daniel Anderson had this to say: “This year has been absolutely fantastic for myself personally, and »

Saturday, 31 December 2011 // 1 Comment

Sirocco marks 365-day milestone

Alston, NCD, Nov 4 – Sirocco has begun celebrating the first anniversary of its founding today. Today marks a year since Vice-Premier swore Daniel Anderson in as Premier, who then proclaimed the nation’s founding at thirteen minutes past eleven o’clock on the morning of November »

Friday, 4 November 2011 // 2 Comments

Community in meltdown as accusations fly

Alston, NCD, Sep 8 – Sirocco has become involved in what is possibly the largest debate in the history of the MicroWiki community following the leak of a dossier by former Erusian leader Robert Lethler. While the Siroccan Government has refused to release all details, it is known that the »

Thursday, 8 September 2011 // 2 Comments

“Disaster” survey may be last of its kind

Alston, NCD, Jul 16 – Siroccan Premier Daniel Anderson has criticised joke voters after the latest MicroWiki Influence Survey saw Sirocco plunge eight points in a matter of days. Sirocco, which had previously been ranked 14th, 12th and 10th in the second, third and fourth surveys »

Saturday, 16 July 2011 // 2 Comments