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Murders, Measles, and Wild Weather in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on January 22, 2011

Wild weather hits North Island, New Zealand

Storm alert for Auckland, 200 mm of rain expected, heavy rain in other areas

“Severe weather forecast for most of the North Island was expected to hit the Waikato later today, worsening throughout the night and tomorrow,” the Civil Defence duty officer Greg Ryan said.

Campers across upper North Island are tonight preparing to cope with torrential rain and strong winds and as emergency workers and councils warn of flooding.

Farmers in the Bay of Plenty are also being warned to move stock to higher ground, NZPA reported.

“Civil defence is particularly concerned about campers, trampers and boaties in Coromandel and Taupo where very heavy rain and high winds are expected,” Ryan said.

“People along the Coromandel coastline are at risk of flooding as an exceptionally high tide coincides with the wild weather.”

Torrential downpour if forecast over a long period, becoming heavy from midnight tonight and continuing through to Monday, a MetService severe weather warning report said.

Burned woman’s death homicide, the police farce finally concedes

It normally takes more than just a young woman being raped, strangled and her corpse set alight with an accelerant for our police farce to start a homicide investigation, but they have made an exception in this case.

The young woman’s body was found burning on the side of a remote country lane in Waikato [Hangapipi or Rotowaro Roads] on Thursday, police has revealed.

“We believe an accelerant was used to start the fire and we are awaiting the results of forensic samples taken from the scene to determine what that was.” Defective Senior Sergeant Nigel Keall of the Waikato CIB said.

“We ask that anyone who noticed anything untoward in the area — be that any discarded items of clothing or other items — not to dismiss the item as rubbish but to make contact with the Huntly Police.

“That item may prove to be a key piece of the puzzle.”

The policeman refused to say whether the victim was a foreigner.

UPDATE: added on 24 January 2011


Police has finally named the female victim as Ranjeeta Sharma, 28, a Fiji national.

Mrs Sharma was [at least] the 2,012th foreigner killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

On average, 2 foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 3 days.

At least 2,012 foreign students, tourists and new immigrants have been Killed in NZ between  January 2000 and 23 January 2011 [About 10,000 others seriously injured.]

Measles on Emirates flight from Brisbane to Auckland

Air passengers on an Emirates flight from Brisbane to Auckland may have been exposed to the measles, the Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) said.

“Three cases of the illness have already been reported among passengers of Emirates Flight EK434, which arrived in Auckland at 5.30pm on January 11. It is the second report of measles being brought into the country on an Emirates flight in a month,” according to a report.

“Measles is a serious illness and one in ten people with measles need hospital treatment,” Medical Officer of Health Dr Cathy Pikholz said.

“The three passengers with measles would have been infectious at the time of their travel on this flight.  They were travelling as part of a group who travelled to the Philippines and Singapore. Passengers who were on the flight may now be experiencing symptoms, if they have been infected.”

3 dead, 2 critical after ‘war zone’ crash near Waihi, northwest of Tauranga

“Two teenagers and a 44-year-old father of three died at the scene and two other teenagers are in a critical condition after the crash on State Highway 2 just south of Waihi, 40km northwest of Tauranga, about 11.45pm yesterday.” NZPA said.

“It was like a war zone upon arrival. One of the worst (deadly crashes) I’ve ever seen,” a policeman told NZPA.

Child-sex offender caught in bed with 14-year-old

Shane Frederick Stoneham, 26, a high-risk convicted sex offender, who was supposed to be under 24-hour watch was allegedly found in bed with a missing 14-year-old girl at a Porirua address.

Mass Disorder in Upper Hutt

Plane poo source of spatterings of human faeces that lands on Aucklanders faces?

Drury resident Andrew Burns thinks so! He believes the substance that splashed him, his wife, children, car and home on September 5, was human faeces, which came from a plane toilet, according to a report.

Yet another reason to visit New Zealand and experience the plane poo spatterings for yourself, 100 PERCENT YOU!

4 Responses to “Murders, Measles, and Wild Weather in New Zealand”

  1. 100% Pure Sumpin said

    The Sharmas were caught up in one of those tragic custody scenarios, from the buttlines. Family migrated, did poorly, ran into terrible money problems in Godzone, as so many migrants seem to, father became frustrated and violent, seems to have become fed up, set wife on fire, took kid and fled home to Fiji.

    [That’s a plausible theory. Moderator]

    Tourists are not prepared for the roads here and the way people drive, the risks they take, the drunks. Terrifying. They think they can drive like they do back home, but they are taking their life in their hands driving in New Zealand, and do not realise it.

    Plane poo spatterings – a) passengers cr*pping with relief at leaving b) No. 8 wire toilet leak fix c) NZ food safety issue d) all of the above

    Buttlines today, more wild and wet weather this weekend for the summer campers – and some more baby seal bashing!

    [Plus++ “a 38-year-old man was electrocuted while camping in Eastern Bay of Plenty yesterday. The father of three was found dead along Waiotahi Valley Road in Opotiki, 60km south-east of Whakatane,” http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4583126/Camper-electrocuted –Moderator ]

  2. te2ataria said

    Two more children have measles from Emirates flight
    http://nz.news.yahoo.com/a/-/top-stories/8716743/two-more-children-have-measles-from-emirates-flight/
    Two more children have been confirmed with measles after being exposed to the disease on an Emirates flight from Brisbane to Auckland.

    The Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) today confirmed two more cases, adding to four reported last week, and said there were likely to be further cases.

    “All six cases are children ranging in age from five to 16. One was hospitalised due to the severity of illness,” medical officer of health Richard Hoskins said.

    Measles was a “nasty disease” and one in 10 people with the disease needed hospital treatment, he said.

    Dr Hoskins said the children “almost certainly” caught the measles on the EK434 flight on January 11, as the disease was easily transmitted from one person to another through air, for example, while walking past passengers, or waiting in the airport lounge.

    “The only way to protect from measles and its complications is to be fully vaccinated. My plea would be for parents and families to check that their children’s immunisations are up-to-date.”
    Any passenger experiencing symptoms should call their doctor or Healthline on 0800 611-116 for advice.

  3. Bobby said

    [YOUR stats are incorrect and misleading. Get your figures right, quote reputable sources, and we’ll consider your future messages. Moderator K. ]

  4. John said

    [See reply to your other comment. Moderator K.]

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