Posted by te2ataria on January 25, 2013
Police finally find the body of missing Indian national Amandeep Singh
Gisborne police launched a homicide inquiry after they found the body of Amandeep Singh who’s been missing for four weeks.
Mr Singh, 22, disappeared on the night of December 29th. He was a field worker for a contracting company that does various work in the Poverty Bay area.
Amandeep Singh, 22, was last seen at his Gisborne home on the night of December 29 last year. His body was found in scrub on a section of Kaiti Beach Rd on Thursday (Jan. 24).
Body found in Auckland Harbour identified as a Chinese student
A Chinese man whose body was found in Auckland Harbour has been identified by a relative this morning, according to the reports.
Police initially said the 22-year-old Chinese student may have drowned, but are now investigating the actual cause of death.
Samoan man killed in South Auckland shooting
A 23-year-old Samoan man was shot in the stomach on January 2 outside a home in Flat Bush, South Auckland, died in Middlemore Hospital on Friday.
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Posted by te2ataria on January 12, 2013
Q. What do an Aussie swimmer, a Chinese granny and an English biker have in common?
A. They all were among an undisclosed number of tourists killed in New Zealand recently!
Aussie tourist Mathew Slade, 21, drowned after going for a swim with friends in the Waikato River, near Taupo, on Wednesday evening. His body was recovered at 2.15pm on Thursday, police said.
Mathew Slade had been camping at the nearby National Equestrian Centre, and was preparing for a competition in New Zealand in March, according to a report.
Chinese national Rongmei Wang, 71, was killed in Hamilton on Christmas Day, while several others were in Southland and Taumarunui on Boxing Day and in Oamaru.
The man who was killed when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a truck on SH6 between Nelson and Rai Valley was Allan Ford, aged 73 years, from Horsham, West Sussex in the UK, police said. “Mr Ford was holidaying in New Zealand for several weeks. He was riding with four other motorcyclists when the accident happened.”
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