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Archive for June, 2012

Half a million kiwis now in Australia

Posted by te2ataria on June 23, 2012

Sent by a reader in Queensland

Smarter kiwis go to Australia!

Latest census figures show at least 483,000 New Zealanders, or about 13% of the population, now call Australia home, according to the local media.

Since moving to a less violent environment and making more life-supporting choices are normally associated with the top (more intelligent) percentile of the population, you could correctly conclude that very few of those still remaining in the country have triple-digit IQs.

Latest census figures show 483,000 New Zealanders now call Australia home – 130,000 of them are Maori.

By far the biggest numbers have moved to Queensland – with 98,000 New Zealanders there.

KiwisinOz.com.au managing director Ramesh Naran says that number is large, but he’s confident it’ll get even bigger in years to come.

He says New Zealanders are still attracted by the lifestyle and stronger economy, although many are now trying to secure jobs before they move across. (Newstalk ZB)

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NZ Coroner blames tourists for their deaths

Posted by te2ataria on June 21, 2012

NZ Coroners Rule No.1:  when apportioning guilt, Blame the dead because its cheaper all around and … they can’t defend themselves.

In another one of those great kiwi traditions, West Coast coroner Richard McElrea has blamed two foreign tourists, Poi May Tan, 31, of Singapore, and Yu-Ling Chen, 28, of Taiwan, for their deaths.

The victims died from head injuries and drowning when they attempted to cross the icy Waiho River, just downstream of the Franz Josef Glacier, one of NZ’s top tourist deathtraps,  on December 9, 2011.

The coroner ruled yesterday that the two victims ignored international warning signs and showed poor judgement of the dangers of alpine river crossings, according to a report.

Read between the lines:

They took a copy of a map from the backpackers where they were staying, that showed them where the walk was located.

Since the double death, details of the Roberts Point track have been removed from the map, because it did not explain how difficult the walk was. The tramp is a five-hour return trip, and it took the group four hours to reach the end.

Continue reading between the line:

Forensic pathologist Martin Sage said at the inquest in Greymouth yesterday that neither woman had alcohol in their system and had died from head injuries and drowning.

“This was terribly tragic, especially since there was a swingbridge about half an hour from where they chose to cross. Their primary decision-making was full of errors. Had they decided to spend the night in the bush, they would have been cold and uncomfortable, but all of them would still be alive.”

Get it?

Since the fatalities, DoC had proposed realigning the track where it nears the Waiho River. That was scheduled to happen over the next three months.

Mr McElrea, recommended that a new sign warning visitors should be put up at the start of the track.

“The core message from this inquiry would seem to be the dangers of crossing glacier-fed rivers,” he said.

He concluded that Ms Tan and Ms Chen drowned because of poor decision making. They underestimated the dangers of alpine river crossings and did not take into account the sign, which clearly stated they should not attempt a crossing.

Full story is posted at Drowned tourists ignored warning signs (!)

The two tourists were the 2,301st – 2,302nd foreigners to be murdered/ killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

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

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New Zealand a source of underage girls for the sex trade

Posted by te2ataria on June 20, 2012

New Zealand is a source of underage girls for the sex trade and a destination for foreign workers subjected to forced labour: The U.S. State Department

The report calls the sex trafficking in New Zealand and the country’s use of forced labour as 21st century slavery.

“A small number of girls and boys, often of Maori or Pacific Island descent, are trafficked domestically to engage in street prostitution while some are victims of gang-controlled trafficking rings.”

New Zealand does not have effective anti-trafficking laws and does not criminalise all forms of forced labour, the State Department report says.

Women from China and South East Asia “may be recruited from their home countries by labor agents for the purpose of prostitution and may be at risk of coercive practices,” says the report.

“Although slavery is prohibited, its definition only covers situations of debt bondage and serfdom; thus, this prohibition does not cover forced labor obtained by means other than debt, law, custom, or agreement that prohibits a person from leaving employment.”

MISSING: The US State Department report on trafficking featured a comparison between 19th Century US slavery and a 2007 ad for a sailor who quit a fishing boat in NZ.  Sourced from Stuff NZ.

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Greek pizza shop owner murdered in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on June 19, 2012

Jordan Voudouris from Giannitsa, Greece murdered in Paeroa, NZ

Police have reluctantly confirmed they are treating the death of the Greek pizza shop owner Jordan Voudouris, 55, as homicide.

However, they have refused to say how Mr Voudouris was murdered, or what injuries he suffered.

Mr Voudouris was found dead on a driveway behind his shop on Monday. He owned Mykonos Pizza and Pasta Paeroa.

The victim came from Giannitsa, a city near Pella, the  birthplace of Alexander the Great.

Mr Voudouris is survived by three children who live in North Auckland.

Mr Voudouris was the 2,499th foreigner to be murdered/killed in New Zealand since January 2000

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

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Headless skeleton suspicious: police

Posted by te2ataria on June 8, 2012

Headless skeleton identified as Pakistani man Javed Abdula Rahman 

Police say the headless skeleton found in an Auckland garage last year was that of a Pakistani man Javed Fraser Mills, formerly Javed Abdula Rahman.

Furthermore, the police have reluctantly conceded that the death was a homicide.

Javed Fraser Mills, formerly Javed Abdula Rahman, 25, whose headless  skeleton was found in a Mt Wellington garage (Auckland)  last year was murdered, police finally admitted.

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

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Aussies valued 1.5 times kiwis

Posted by te2ataria on June 2, 2012

sent by a reader in Sewage City [Wellington]

OZ minimum wage rises to $AU15.96 an hour

Australia has increased its minimum wage to $AU15.96 an hour [NZ$20.53], based on a 38 hour week, further widening the wage gap between the two countries, and kiwis aren’t welcome.

The minimum wage in New Zealand is only $13.50 making minimum-wage Aussies worth 1.52 times their lesser neighbours.

Skilled workers across the ditch receive twice as much as their kiwi counterparts would for doing the same work in New Zealand.

What are NZ workers unions doing about it?


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