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Who Was the Woman Killed on State Highway One?

Posted by te2ataria on February 28, 2012

Woman Killed in Head-on Collision

A woman was killed in a two car collision on SH1 near Dunedin International Airport yesterday afternoon, but her identity has NOT yet been released.

“The crash, which is thought to have occurred around 1pm, happened about 5km south of the Allanton turn-off to Dunedin International Airport on State Highway One, at the northern entrance to the Taieri River Bridge,” the police said.

The female driver of a southbound car was killed in the crash.

If the victim was an overseas visitor, she would be the 2,424th foreigners killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

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

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American Diver Killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on February 26, 2012

Another American Killed in the Deathland

The body of an American diver who went missing in Kaikoura Saturday was found about 12.30pm today, 70m offshore.

The 32-year-old American man  had been diving near Omihi camping ground south of Kaikoura, according to  a report.

The victim had been caught in bull kelp and drowned, a Kaikoura policeman  said.

The victim had arrived in New Zealand two weeks ago to work for Habitat for Humanity. The group were in Kaikoura for a day-trip from Christchurch.

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

The American diver was the 2,423rd foreigner to be murdered/killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

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Sri Lankan man killed in Canterbury, NZ

Posted by te2ataria on February 25, 2012

Sri Lankan man’s body found in deliberate house fire

Sameera Chandrasena, 28, was found dead in a house on Domain Rd, Oxford, Canterbury, NZ, on Thursday after neighbours reported a fire about 4am, NZ Newswire reported.

“A post mortem revealed he died of injuries consistent with an assault either late on Wednesday or early on Thursday,” a policewoman told NZ Newswire.


Sameera Chandrasena was brutally murdered and his rented house set alight.

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

The Sri Lankan man was the 2,422nd foreigner to be murdered/killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

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Australian Climber Killed in NZ Fiordland

Posted by te2ataria on February 24, 2012

Australian-Based Visitor Killed Climbing Homer Saddle, Fiordland National Park

Athol Whimp, 50, fell more than 800 meters to his death while climbing the Homer Saddle in Fiordland National Park on Thursday, February 23, 2012, police said.

Whimp was an experienced and well-regarded mountain climber who had been holidaying in New Zealand, Sergeant Ian Martin, of Invercargill police said.

The victim’s body was  taken to Southland Hospital in Invercargill for an autopsy.

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Canadian Tourist Killed in Waikato

Posted by te2ataria on February 23, 2012

Canadian Woman Killed, Husband and Daughter Critically Injured

[at least according to initial reports]

Another victim of New Zealand Death Roads to Leave the Country in a Body Bag

Two people who were [initially reported critically] injured during the crash are believed to have been the husband and daughter of the dead victim.

The caravan in which the Canadian tourists were travelling reportedly collided with a truck at 1.55pm on Thursday.

The collision occurred at the intersection of State Highway 3 and Waitomo Caves Rd in Hangatiki, according to local reports.

It is expected that the authorities would blame the Canadian driver for the death of his wife, as per routine police practice in this country.

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

The Canadian tourist was the 2,420th foreigner to be murdered/killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

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British Tourist Killed by Angry Fish?

Posted by te2ataria on February 22, 2012

British tourist’s death not suspicious, any more than …

There’s nothing suspicious about the death of a British tourist whose body was found in the Tongariro River near Turangi on Monday, NZ police farce has said.

The body of Jeremy Norris, 45, said to be  a regular visitor to New Zealand and an avid fly fisherman, was found floating on Tongariro River.

“Suspicious death” in New Zealand police parlance has quite different meanings to what is generally understood.  It may mean that “given the circumstances,” it was not difficult to comprehend why he was killed/found dead.

Or, “people have been killed/found dead in this country in far more suspicious circumstances than this one.”

Alternatively, “scores of foreigners have lost their lives in New Zealand for far less than the latest victim did/said/implied/thought…,” or words to that effect.

The death has been referred to the Coroner together with the standard police advice as to what the cause of death MUST HAVE BEEN: “NOT SUSPICIOUS!”

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

The British tourist was the 2,419th foreigner to be murdered/killed/found dead in ‘nonsuspicious circumstances’ in New Zealand since January 2000.

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more road kills on new zealand death roads

Posted by te2ataria on February 17, 2012

we’ve lost count, but you’d get the idea!

One dead in Hukerenui crash

NZ Police Farce, Fuseworks

As a result of a crash between two vehicles at the intersection of Rusk Road and SH1, Hukerenui in Northland, one person has died at the scene, two others are in critical condition and three are in serious condition.

The driver was expected to be named later today after family overseas had been notified.

13-month-old killed in Northland driveway

A 13 month old boy has died after being hit by a vehicle in a residential driveway in Kaitaia.

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

PS. If you are emotionally-challenged enough to visit our country, be sure to try our KFC!

Maggots found in KFC chicken

An Auckland family has sworn off KFC after their chicken and chips came with a side of writhing of 20 juicy maggots.

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Maori Genocide: The Real Holocaust

Posted by te2ataria on February 6, 2012

Maori Traumatised by Colonisation Holocaust: Keri Opai, Maori Academic

Maori could forgive but cannot forget genocide committed against them during the colonisation.

“Language lecturer Keri Opai told a Radio New Zealand panel discussion yesterday that Maori were suffering from post traumatic stress disorder following the “holocaust” of colonisation,” according to a report.

“If you really knew what went on, all the awful stuff, that really does break down to a holocaust. I know we might get in trouble for saying those words but it is absolutely true. That is what happened, we are still recovering from that,” he said.

“I would hope that the average Pakeha New Zealander would perhaps throw their hands up with dismay and go `wow, sorry guys, we really messed up with that one. How can we help you out?’ and perhaps the Government would be on board.”

Treaty teacher Margaret Smith spoke about the personal impact of a number of oil and gas wells drilled near her Waitara home.

“And I have been told there are plans for 25 more around my area. This makes me cry because, I am not a scientist, I don’t do a lot of scientific analysis, but I feel papatuanuku (land) crying. I know that sounds flaky but I feel it inside. I feel the pain. For me it is like papatuanuku has been raped,” she said.

“Panelist Kura Denness said she experienced devastating racism against Maori every day, but expressed optimism for the future of Taranaki,” according to the report.

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Survivors of the NEXT NZ DISASTER won’t have a chance!

Posted by te2ataria on February 4, 2012

We are told:

More magma lurking underneath NZ islands than the combined total of Hawaii Islands and Iceland

Blog moderators have been advised that a sea of boiling magma lurking beneath New Zealand islands, waiting to explode to the surface, dwarfs the total amount of boiling rock under all the Hawaii islands and Iceland combined.

Now read this: “The future looks more optimistic.”

Christchurch’s ‘1 per cent’ chance of big quake

Dr Kelvin Berryman, explains the chance of future quakes for the Canterbury region using the latest GNS quake forecast model.

Previous earthquake forecasts for Canterbury have been a little “pessimistic”, a scientist says.

Dr Kelvin Berryman, of GNS Science, said today there was a 1 per cent chance of a magnitude-7.0 or higher earthquake in the next year.

The figures, released by the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera) today, were based on a model devised by scientists from the United states, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.

They are forecasts for the 12 months to January 15, 2013, and show that quakes will continue to be a feature in Canterbury for decades.

There was a 13 per cent chance of a magnitude-6.0 to 6.4 quake, down 17 per cent from the previous model, and a 82 per cent chance of a 5.0 to 5.4 quake within the year, Berryman said.

He said there was a “pretty good chance” there was a low probability of having a quake higher than 6.0.

The figures were all subject to change as quakes happened and the model changed, he said.

The forecast probability of damaging quakes in Canterbury during and after rebuilding in the region was reduced by 20 per cent compared with earlier forecasts, Berryman said.

The future looks more optimistic.

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The dead need their food more than you do!

Posted by te2ataria on February 1, 2012

If you’re hungry, starve to death!!

“Food theft from funeral ‘a new low’ in crime”

Waihi town’s War Memorial Hall was broken into on Monday night and food prepared for a funeral stolen.

The incident was a new low in criminal offending, Senior Sergeant Rex Knight said.

The Senior Sergeant has since arrested several people including a 40-year-old man for receiving, and three kids aged 12, 14 and 17, according to a report.

Perhaps Senior Sergeant Knight could tell everyone how to commit crimes that are NOT so “low in criminal offending”.

Large crowd gathers for Chch protest

Is this genuine anger or just steam rising off ****?

More than a thousand Christchurch residents turned out this morning to protest against the city council and call for the resignation of both the chief executive Tony Marryatt and mayor Bob Parker, according to a report.

“The protest rally was sparked by a recent pay row involving Mr Marryatt, who received a $68,000 pay rise from July last year.”

The crowd booed and shouted  “resign, resign, resign” and “out, out, out” …

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