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Another emigrant killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on December 12, 2011

Scottish journalist viciously beaten to death in central Wellington

Phillip Alexander Cottrell, 43, suffered extensive brain damage during an unprovoked attack by one or more murderers.


The murder victim Phillip Alexander Cottrell, 43,  a Radio NZ journalist, was viciously beaten in central Wellington on his way home.

Mr Cottrell, who was Radio New Zealand bulletins editor, had previously worked for BBC Scotland in Glasgow before emigrating to New Zealand 5 years ago.

“The death comes as monthly police statistics show serious assaults in Wellington have increased by 43 per cent in the past year,” according to a report.

He was described as a “gentle, kind man with an impish sense of humour” by former colleagues at BBC Scotland.

“He was a very nice guy. Straightforward and very pleasant. People were so shocked,” said RNZ chief reporter Eric Frykberg.

On average, 3 foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 4 days.

Mr Cottrell was the 2,303th foreigner to be murdered/ killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

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2 Responses to “Another emigrant killed in New Zealand”

  1. john said

    I’m a Kiwi based in the UK for the last 5 years, coming home for Christmas – and I can’t wait to be back in New Zealand/Aotearoa, what I think, is the best country in the world. The story above has made headlines over here – as it should – but it doesn’t automatically blacken NZ or any ethnic groups name across the board.

  2. te2ataria said

    @ john

    Will you be staying or returning? What is it that makes the average kiwis such hypocrites?

    On average, 3 foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 4 days. Mr Cottrell was the 2,303th foreigner to be murdered/ killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

    New Zealand is the world’s deadliest tourist [and emigration] destination. Tourists and emigrants coming to NZ have the right to know this.

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