Posted by te2ataria on March 10, 2013
submitted by a reader
New Zealand to export more cow manure to Chile by outsourcing additional milk production!
“New Zealand’s intensive farming industries produce 4 times more manure than they could safely use as fertilizer. The leftover is discharged or washed off into NZ coastal waters.“
New Zealand: A cesspool of Toxic Sludge. Photo Credit: NZ Greens [Note: No implied endorsement of NZ Greens is intended.]
Fonterra can become the biggest dairy exporter in the world by outsourcing more of its milk production, says John Key!!
To that end, Chileans are being hoodwinked by the NZ Prime Minister to produce more milk for the dairy giant.
Fonterra produces 17 billion litres of milk a year in New Zealand and buys an additional 5 billion liters “to produce product in other countries like Chile to process and export to a third country,” according to a report by Newstalk ZB.
“We’re already producing five billion offshore, that number could grow dramatically and all of a sudden Fonterra becomes not just a large dairy company on a worldwide scale it potentially becomes the global champion and the biggest in the world,” said the PM.
Fonterra Hormone-Tainted Milk Powder Feeds Breast !!
Fonterra Continues to Conspire Against Chinese Infants
Fire-earth Blog wrote:
New Zealand is the size of Colorado yet it hosts up to 94 million farm animals (livestock excluding poultry), which discharge an estimated 300 million tons of effluent to the environment each year. New Zealand’s intensive animal industries produce about 4 times more manure than they could safely use as fertilizer. [The leftover is discharged or washed off into NZ coastal waters.]
A reader on Yahoo site wrote:
The dairy industry with its intensive immoral ways will suffer. Let us free NZ of its scandalous money grabbing, cow destroying, enviromental disatorious ways. And who is encouraging this behaviour? Our very own John Key!
Fonterra had Foreknowledge
Truth About New Zealand
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Posted by te2ataria on March 3, 2013
Two English tourists left with only swimsuits
“Dream trip” to New Zealand for Ben Horner and Claire Barham, both 25, turns into the usual New Zealand nightmare.
“Two English tourists were left with only the swimsuits they were wearing after returning from a swim in Taupo to find their van and possessions stolen,” according to a report.
“We’ve just been upset. It’s hard to enjoy anything at the moment,” said Mr Horner.
“It hasn’t tainted our view of New Zealand because since it’s happened we’ve met some people who have been incredible to us.”
Well, stick around another couple of weeks, and who knows … you might easily join more serious statistics!
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Posted by te2ataria on February 27, 2013
What could they possibly have in common?
They each claimed a victim in New Zealand this week!
A man in his 40s was attacked and killed by a shark 14 foot long in Maori Bay today.
The victims, not yet named, was “swimming 200m offshore north from Maori Bay to Muriwai at about 1.30pm when he was attacked by a shark. His injuries were fatal.”
“Police and surf life savers went out in two IRBs and fired on the shark. It rolled over and disappeared.” Police said.
Muriwai and surrounding beaches have since been closed.
It’s believed that more than one shark may have been involved in the fatal attack.
Air New Zealand
A man died on an Air NZ flight at Auckland International Airport, according to a report.
The victim collapsed as he was boarding Air New Zealand flight NZ56 to Nadi, Fiji, about 9.05am on Monday.
The victim’s identity has not been released.
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Posted by te2ataria on February 26, 2013
Kiwi man charged with criminal negligence causing death of a Mexican student
A New Zealand hang-gliding pilot is being charged with criminal negligence causing death of a Mexican student who plunged to her death on a tandem flight with him in Canada, according to a report.
Lenami Godinez-Avila, 27, fell 300 metres to her death shortly after takeoff from a mountainside near the community of Agassiz, Fraser Valley, BC in April 2012.
“Lenami Godinez-Avila, 27, fell 300 metres to her death shortly after takeoff from a mountainside near the community of Agassiz last April.”
Orders was charged with criminal negligence causing death on Friday. He was already facing an obstruction of justice charge for allegedly swallowing a memory card that was believed to contain a video of the fatal flight.
The Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association of Canada says that the victim wasn’t properly harnessed to the glider before takeoff.
Another Korean Tourist Killed in Hobbit Land
A Korean man on holiday in New Zealand was killed [died] in Mackinnon Pass on the Milford Track on Saturday, February 23.
The victim allegedly suffered cardiac arrest, according to a report.
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Posted by te2ataria on February 20, 2013
Murdered, or killed on NZ death roads (most recent, incomplete list)
Another Chinese student murdered in NZ. A 24-year-old Asian student has been found stabbed to death in Half Moon Bay. – details not released.
Fatal crash in Napier. Maree Schafer (American?), 18, died at the scene of the crash on Sandy Road, Meeanee, Napier at around 11.35pm Tuesday night.
The 18-year-old male who was driving and the 15-year-old front seat passenger suffered serious injuries and are currently being treated in Hawkes Bay Hospital.
Yet another violent death in Christchurch. Sheena Louise Wright 41, of Christchurch, was struck by a train just north of the Hornby shopping complex at about 4.50am.
Killed in Rotorua. A 33-year-old Rotorua woman is dead and her teenage son, 14, is fighting for his life after a head-on collision near Tauranga.
The accident happened on State Highway 2 between Papamoa and Te Puke about 4.15pm on Sunday.
Deadly crash in Hamilton. A teenage passenger in a three-car crash west of Hamilton last Thursday died in hospital in Auckland overnight.
The 17-year-old was travelling west on State Highway 23 near Whatawhata shortly before 10pm in a Suzuki Swift.
An eastbound Nissan Bluebird crossed the centreline and collided head-on with the Suzuki, Waikato police said.
The female driver of the Suzuki was in a critical but stable condition in Waikato Hospital, while the driver of the Nissan had serious leg injuries.
Deadly Crash near Hatepe, Taupo. One person died in the crash. No further details of the deceased or the circumstances of the crash will be released until the next of kin have been advised [Usually means the victim was a foreign visitor.]
Deadly Crash at Whatawhata. Shayna Kumitau, 18, died in Auckland Hospital early yesterday – four days after a head-on crash at Whatawhata.
Head-on crash in the Bay of Plenty kills one, injures six. A head-on car crash in the Bay of Plenty today killed a woman and left six other travellers, including two children, in hospital.
Ngaruawahia homicide update and name release. Waikato Police investigating the death of a man whose body was found lying at a rural property north of Ngaruawahia on Sunday morning have released the name of the deceased.
Motorcyclist killed south of Christchurch.
Schoolgirl was flung 20 metres, after train hit vehicle. Carterton schoolgirl Grace Ellen Diedrichs, 15, was killed just after 8.15am when the train slammed into the ute she was a passenger in.
“The car has actually hit the side of the train and it’s spun around, so the back of the cab is non-existent.” police said.
“The female passenger of the vehicle was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene.”
The ute’s driver, Jonathan Painter, 17, was taken to Wairarapa Hospital with serious head injuries.
Police release names of two car crash victims. The driver of a Subaru car who was killed when the car crashed into a tree in Edgecumbe last night (Tuesday, 19 February) can now be identified as 19-year-old Kane Jamie Te Riini from Edgecumbe. The 25-year-old passenger in the vehicle was also killed and he has been identified as Cyrus Aidan Brady, known as Aidan, from Matata.
[Some of the above entries may have been inadvertently duplicated.]
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Posted by te2ataria on February 16, 2013
Guessed the connection this time?
An Australian soldier working with the NZ Army was killed by a truck and trailer on State Highway 1 near Rolleston, Christchurch.
The soldier was walking along SH1 when he was hit about 12.30am on Saturday, according to NZ Newswire.
He died at the scene, police say.
Crash in Te Anau, New Zealand
The woman killed near Milford Sound on Saturday January 5, 2013, was a 61-year-old Israeli tourist.
Irit Wilder, of Kiryat Tivon, was the chief executive of Medicalix, a pharmaceutical company based in Israel.
Two others travelling in the same car were taken to Southland Hospital after their rented Toyota Corolla left the road and crashed into a tree just south of Knobs Flat on the Te Anau-Milford Rd about 12.10pm, police said.
A young tourist who was impaled in the chest by a fence post after the bus he was a passenger in crashed in the Fitzgerald Glade, near Rotorua was a Chinese student, aged 17.
“Westpac Waikato Air Ambulance pilot Grant Bremner said the batten went right through the young man’s chest and was poking out his back,” according to a report.
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Posted by te2ataria on February 12, 2013
German tourist killed in a motorcycle crash near Wanganui, New Zealand
German tourist killed in a motorcycle crash near Wanganui yesterday has been named as Hans Jurgen Zech, 52. He was killed when the motorcycle he was riding crashed on State Highway 4 near Aberfeldy about 1.30pm yesterday (February 11th.)
Mr Zech was holidaying in New Zealand with his wife and friends, according to a report.
Mount Maunganui drowning victim named
The woman who drowned at Mount Maunganui last week has been named as 54-year-old Vivian Fosse Telfar. The victim was “a New Zealander living in Norway,” according to a report.
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Posted by te2ataria on February 3, 2013
Young Indian man “most likely burned alive”: NZ police
The body of Shalvin Prasad, 21, was found still ablaze on the side of McRobbie Rd in Kingseat on Thursday morning, according to a report.
Shalvin Prasad, 21, was murdered in New Zealand Thursday. Police believe “he was most likely burned alive.” Mr Prasad would have turned 22 today.
“Based upon what we now know about Shalvin coupled with the fact his vehicle and some personal possessions are still missing it is believed that another person or persons are involved in his disappearance and death”, a police Inspector said.
Victim’s family were informed of his death . His brother, Pravin Prasad said Shalvin was the youngest and was “full of life”.
“Family and friends are the centre of his world,” he said.
“He loves to play soccer and enjoyed his job. He is probably the most innocent 21-year-old you could meet.”
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Posted by te2ataria on January 25, 2013
Police finally find the body of missing Indian national Amandeep Singh
Gisborne police launched a homicide inquiry after they found the body of Amandeep Singh who’s been missing for four weeks.
Mr Singh, 22, disappeared on the night of December 29th. He was a field worker for a contracting company that does various work in the Poverty Bay area.
Amandeep Singh, 22, was last seen at his Gisborne home on the night of December 29 last year. His body was found in scrub on a section of Kaiti Beach Rd on Thursday (Jan. 24).
Body found in Auckland Harbour identified as a Chinese student
A Chinese man whose body was found in Auckland Harbour has been identified by a relative this morning, according to the reports.
Police initially said the 22-year-old Chinese student may have drowned, but are now investigating the actual cause of death.
Samoan man killed in South Auckland shooting
A 23-year-old Samoan man was shot in the stomach on January 2 outside a home in Flat Bush, South Auckland, died in Middlemore Hospital on Friday.
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Posted by te2ataria on January 12, 2013
Q. What do an Aussie swimmer, a Chinese granny and an English biker have in common?
A. They all were among an undisclosed number of tourists killed in New Zealand recently!
Aussie tourist Mathew Slade, 21, drowned after going for a swim with friends in the Waikato River, near Taupo, on Wednesday evening. His body was recovered at 2.15pm on Thursday, police said.
Mathew Slade had been camping at the nearby National Equestrian Centre, and was preparing for a competition in New Zealand in March, according to a report.
Chinese national Rongmei Wang, 71, was killed in Hamilton on Christmas Day, while several others were in Southland and Taumarunui on Boxing Day and in Oamaru.
The man who was killed when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a truck on SH6 between Nelson and Rai Valley was Allan Ford, aged 73 years, from Horsham, West Sussex in the UK, police said. “Mr Ford was holidaying in New Zealand for several weeks. He was riding with four other motorcyclists when the accident happened.”
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Posted by te2ataria on December 26, 2012
Google employee killed in New Zealand
Police have named the German tourist who was killed in Mount Aspiring as 38-year-old Frank Spychalski.
Frank Spychalski, 38, was killed in Mount Aspiring National Park in South Westland when he fell 200 metres from a ridge, police said. His last entry on google diary dated November 27, 2012 read: “Back on the Te Araroa and moving faster than ever. Rented a MTB for today (well, an old wrack that hasn’t seen maintenance in years) and per chance picked a trail that’s part of the TA. Somehow NZ feels like a huge outdoor entertainment pack.”
On Google site, Spychalski has been described as an “espresso addict, software engineer & outdoor geek”.
The dead man worked for Google in Munich, Germany.
His body was found in Mount Aspiring National Park in South Westland where he fell 200 metres from a ridge, police said.
Yet another feather in Google’s news censorship cap!
On average, 3 foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 4 days.
Frank Spychalski was probably the 2,600th visitor killed in New Zealand since January 2000.
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Posted by te2ataria on December 25, 2012
Sexually transmitted infection (STI) rates continue to rise in New Zealand
100 percent pure STIs: Clinical surveillance figures show a five per cent increase in chlamydia and gonorrhoea rates and a massive surge of 68 percent in the incident rate of syphilis in New Zealand over the last quarter.
One in three people in New Zealand get STIs, according to Family Planning national medical advisor Dr Christine Roke, and many would not even realize it.
“Roke said antibiotic resistance had meant higher doses were needed in treating some infections, but the main problem was the rate of undiagnosed infections out there at any one time,” according to a report.
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Posted by te2ataria on December 18, 2012
Two unnamed Indian tourists killed in SH1 crash
Two male Indian tourists , who were headed towards Taupo, were killed in a head-on collisions with a truck on SH1 near Tokoroa about 1.00pm.
The names of the victims were unlikely to be released today, police said.
The male truck driver, and a female passenger sustained minor injuries and were taken to Tokoroa Hospital for treatment, police said.
Seven people were killed in two separate crashes near Tokoroa, including two Indian tourists and a family of five
On average, 3 foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 4 days.
The latest victims were probably the 2,594th and 2,595th visitors killed in New Zealand since January 2000.
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Posted by te2ataria on December 5, 2012
World’s busiest tourist deathtrap claims two more lives
Update- 6 December 2012: The media have now reported that one of the two tourists killed near Pelorus Bridge was French and the other a German national. Moderator D.H.
Two more tourists were killed this afternoon in a head-on collision near Pelorus Bridge in Marlborough. The two victims are believed to be Americans, according to an unconfirmed report.
Two others, both female, were taken to Wairau Hospital with serious head and spinal injuries.
The crash occurred between a vehicle and an ute about 1pm on the Nelson side of Pelorus Bridge, according to a report.
The report did not state the fate of the occupants of a third vehicle, if any, shown in the photo:
Three vehicles litter the crash scene near the Pelorus Bridge. Photo: COLIN SMITH/FAIRFAX NZ. Image may be a copyright and is reprinted here for reference.
On average, 3 foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 4 days.
The latest victims were probably the 2,585th and 2,586th visitors killed in New Zealand since January 2000.
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