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Another Tourist Raped in New Zealand

Posted by feww on March 27, 2008

Good Morning Miss. Will You Pay Cash or by Credit Card?

A 27-year-old English tourist was seriously sexually assaulted [syn: RAPED] while walking at a beauty spot (!) near Bay of Islands. The victim was dragged from the track and raped by a white male in his mid to late 30s.

The latest rape incident occurred in the same place where a honeymooning Dutch couple were viciously attacked over a year ago. The Dutch couple were tied up; the bride was raped by the attackers, and the couple were later forced to withdraw money from an ATM to pay the rapists. Original Report

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Don’t Take Your Children To New Zealand

Posted by feww on March 27, 2008

[New Zealand Poisoning Syndrome (NZPS), Health Bulletin # 7. Toxic Environment, March 27, 2008]

The Legacy of Poisoning the Soil, Water and Air

If you must visit New Zealand, don’t take your children with you! Here are the reasons why:

Young People: Causes of Deaths [in New Zealand]

Young people in the 10 to 14-year age group were more likely to die of cancer and a range of diseases which afflict various sites and systems of the body (nervous system, sense organs and endocrine system). In 1994, 62.7 percent of deaths of 10 to 14-year-olds were the result of chronic illnesses or diseases, while 77.9 percent of 15 to 24-year-olds died from external causes, particularly due to accidents, suicide and self-inflicted injury, and non-motor vehicle accidents.

(Source: Statistics New Zealand: Young people: causes of deaths, URL: http://www.stats.govt.nz/analytical-reports/young-new-zealander/
cause-of-death.htm; accessed 27 March 2008 )

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Previous New Zealand Poisoning Syndrome (NZPS), Health Bulletins:

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