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  • Birthday November 20

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    Sydney, Australia

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    Gallambria
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    King Albert II
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    Nadia Burnett

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  1. Post Posting in a Postingly Manner.
  2. A MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF BULGENSTAZ Queen Mary and I have been deeply shocked and saddened hear of the massive loss of life after the flooding in Dnestov. On behalf of the people of Gallambria, we send our most sincere condolences to you, the families of those who have died, and all those in Dnestov by this tragedy. ALBERT II 20th March 2019, Santhope House @Bulgenstaz
  3. MEDIA RELEASE GALLAMBRIAN GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO DNESTOV FLOODING As a result of the collapse of the Vietrow Dam on the Let Desvow river earlier today, the Government has directed the Gallambrian Armed Forces with assisting in the distribution of humanitarian aid, aiding the Bulgenstani government with victim identification and repatriation, and infrastructure engineering. Deployed, will be personnel from No's 39, 94 & 60 Squadrons, and, No. 100 Expeditionary Combat Support Squadron of the Royal Gallambrian Air Force, and elements from the Army's 1st and 2nd Engineering Support Groups. The Government has also authorised the release of £7.5 million in emergency funding for the Bulgenstani Government. @Bulgenstaz
  4. Hoki mai!
  5. Ministry of Trade Bromwich 1974 "Minister, a telex from @Orioni." "Thank you, William," the Minister said warmly to his Private Ministerial Secretary. "Well this looks interesting," he mumbled under his breath. Reading through the telex, he sat back in his chair and contemplated what had happened to Gallambria over the last eight years. With a war that steered the Argic region into a path of unclear certainty, coming to end, Gallambria was still coming to grips with the economic effects of the war. With issues from rising fuel prices, to a refugee crisis, to illegal fishing, the polls were showing that the people were displeased with how the government had been handling the economic impacts of the War. Prime Minister Peter Walker had been working in a concerted effort with the opposition to develop a strong economic recovery plan. This, however, had some economists trying to tell the government that, because our nation relied heavily on international trade, not only with nations on the continents, but island nations as well, there needed to be a joint effort by all island nations to develop a feasible working plan to ensure our economic survival. Having a group of island nations working together to ensure economic stability and security, will surely ensure that our nation will develop into an economic powerhouse, that only other nations would dream of. The Minister buzzes his PMS, "William, send a telex to the Orionii, please. Chairlady Talagi, we are more than happy to meet with our island nation friends. Regards, Peter Walker."
  6. 3 men face 45 drugs, weapons charges in Tamworth cocaine investigation Gallambria plans referendum on Marenai recognition 3 men face 45 drugs, weapons charges in Tamworth cocaine investigation Three Tamworth men were charged after a 12-week investigation into the cocaine trade in the city. In December, last year, police established Operation Hedgerow - an initiative to combat the trafficking of cocaine. The investigative team found that large quantities of cocaine were being distributed in the city, according to police. The investigation led police in identifying two suspects. Police continued their investigation for several weeks and on March 5th, six search warrants were executed. Among the items seized were about two kilograms of cocaine with a street value of approximately £260,000, two cars valued at £150,000, £750,000 in cash, firearms and prohibited weapons. Sean Kingsley, 31, Angus McDonald, 29, and Connor Pell, 25, are all in custody facing a total of more than 50 charges, including possession for the purpose of trafficking, weapons offences, and possession of proceeds of crime. They face Tamworth Supreme Court next Tuesday. Gallambria plans referendum on Marenai recognition Prime Minister Nadia Burnett says Gallambria must acknowledge that 'The first people of our nation have a unique and special place' Gallambria's government plans to hold a referendum within the next 18 months on whether to amend its constitution to acknowledge Gallambria's Marenai people as the first Gallambrians, the prime minister said today. Nadia Burnett said the time was right to amend the constitution to acknowledge that "the first people of our nation have a unique and special place" because such a referendum had braod support in parliament. The Gallambrian parliament needs to endorse proposals to hold referendums. One of the first acts undertaken by the Liberal government after its 2018 leadership spill was to formally apologise to the First People for injustices during the more than 100 years since colonists arrived. An expert panel including members of the First People will soon be appointed and report to the government later this year on the wording of the referendum. The vote will take place before or during the next general election later next years, the prime minister said. "Widespread support across the parliament means we have a once-in-50-years opportunity for our country," Burnett told reporters. Gallambrians are reluctant to change their constitution and only eight of the 44 referendums that have been voted on since 1901 have succeeded. A referendum was defeated in 1999 that would have added a preamble to the constitution honouring Marenai's as "the nation's first people for their deep kinship with their lands and for their ancient and continuing cultures which enrich the life of our country'.
  7. OOC - Interesting choice of story line, but I too, am happy with this. Lays a good foundation for possible further RP with the other members.
  8. Evening All, I'll be planning an RP event for sometime late January 2019, to kickstart to RP that is planned with @Seylos. The event will be a State Reception to celebrate Gallambria Day, hosted by King Albert II. Please indicate in the poll if you would like to be involved. This would be a good chance to RP interact with other HOS's / HOG's outside of the realm of War etc.
  9. TEENAGE SAA SUPPORTER WHO ENCOURAGED GIRLFRIEND TO BEHEAD HER 'DISBELIEVER' PARENTS JAILED Abdul Jaleel el-Kaber declared own wish to carry out terror attack and said he had pledge allegiance to SAA. A teenage SAA support who encouraged his girlfriend to behead her own parents has been jailed. Abdul Jaleel el-Kaber, 19, declared his own wish to carry out a terror attack and had stockpiled a combat knife, air gun and black flag at his family home in Bromwich. He was jailed for 25 years for disseminating terrorist material and collecting information useful for terror attacks after federal police found a stash of bomb-making manuals and other propaganda. El-Kaber smiled and waved at the public gallery at the Kensington St Supreme Courts after being sentenced on Monday. Peter Collingsworth QC said El-Kaber was just 17 when he started collecting the material, calling the crimes a "very concerning series of offences". Counter-Terror police arrested El-Kaber in July, less than 48 hours after starting an investigation into his online activities. They were alerted by a Variotan blogger who identified extremist material in a chat on the encrypted Postman messaging app, which has been favoured by SAA propagandists. There was a photo of a knife and two guns on top of a black SAA flag, which the caption "Armed and Ready, Sept 9" overlaid in Arabic. When searching El-Kaber's residence, police recovered the knife and BB gun from the Postman photo, which had been painted black to look like a pistol. The science and maths student had previous convictions for possession of an offensive weapon and cannabis. El-Kaber entered guilty please to six charges of possession, seven of disseminating terrorism documents, and three of conspiracy to commit an act of terror. A spokesperson for the Gallambrian Federal Police said "a number of vulnerable people associated with El-Kaber are receiving ongoing safeguarding support", which may include deradicalisation work. COMPANY BOSSES TO BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR NUISANCE CALLS WITH £500,000 FINES 'We are determined to stamp this menace out!' , says minister. Company bosses whose firms pester people with nuisance calls will be held personally liable and can be fined up to £500,000 under laws that took effect today. Business directors will have "nowhere to hide" if their firm breaks the law, the government says. Under the crackdown, data-protection watchdog the Gallambrian Information Commissioner (GIC) may hold bosses directly responsible. Previously, only the business itself was liable for fines. Some companies escaped paying large penalties by declaring bankruptcy, only to open again under a different name, officials say. The Gallambrian Communications and Media Authority (GCMA) estimates consumers were bombarded with 4.1 billion nuisance calls and texts last year. Minister for Communications, Oliver Williams said: "We are determined to stamp this menace out and this new law is the latest in a series of measures to rid society of the plague of nuisance calls." Michelle Cashman, of the GIC, said: "We welcome this amendment to the law, which will increase the tools we have to protect the public. "It will mean we can recover the fine more easily and also make it much harder for unscrupulous operations to set up in business again." The GIC issued fines totalling £3.5m to 31 companies for nuisance marketing during FY17/18. LABOR PARTY HQ RAIDED BY ICAC OVER DONATIONS The Bromwich offices of the Labor Party were raided by the national anti-corruption watchdog due to a Bulgenstazi fundraising event, it's been reported. A raid on Labor's national headquarters is reportedly linked to a fundraising event by Bulgenstazi supports of the party. The anti-corruption watchdog is investigation a series of political donations made to the Labor Party after raiding its Bromwich office. Staff from the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) raided the Wessex Lane offices in the CBD on Tuesday. The raids came as Labor heavyweights attended the GLP's annual conference in Newport. The donations in question where made in 2017 and the GLP said it was cooperating fully with ICAC to supply all relevant documents. The donations reportedly relate to an annual Bulgenstazi Friends of Labor fundraising event.
  10. **UPDATED NARRATIVE** Part 1. Gallambria will be undertaking a humanitarian mission (ala Pacific Partnership Program) to the islands indicated below, Bulgenstaz will indicate their displeasure with a Gallambrian military presence in his region, a rogue Bulgenstazi commander will launch attacks against Gallambrian forces, a small conflict will ensue, ending with a series of treaties and non-aggression pacts, along with an agreement over the claims of the islands, as also indicated below. Add. - Bulgenstaz's claim will be reserved as "Disputed Territories" until such time as he is ready to expand onto the islands. Part 2. Remains Unchanged. Part 3. Removed. @Bulgenstaz
  11. You can have that island, with the guarantee, that no advances on land are to be made by the Bugenstazi people, beyond the 28th Easting in the westerly direction. I still maintain the position that the Bulgenstazi government has no rightful claim to that island, but am willing to compromise to avoid sending the region into a conflict.
  12. IIRC Australia has a research base in Antarctica
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