Posted by te2ataria on December 27, 2013
Death Clock started ticking for Miroslav Tvaroh, 34, when he moved to New Zealand in 2005
A body, believed to be that of the Czech football coach Miroslav Tvaroh was discovered at the bottom of Castle Rock, south of Castlepoint, on boxing day. Police say he was killed when he fell about 160 metres from Castle Rock.
Castlepoint is a small coastal town on the Wairarapa coast of the Wellington Region.
“The body has not been formally identified but Tvaroh’s family in the Czech Republic has been informed and the search for him had been called off,” according to a report.
Miroslav Tvaroh loved New Zealand to Death.
Miroslav Tvaroh lived with his childhood sweetheart, Simona Vokralova, whom he had convinced to move to New Zealand.
“He brainwashed her into loving New Zealand the same way he did, he taught her to surf so they could do it together…they weren’t married but they were going down that track,” said a close friend Phil Keinzley.
“Anybody could see they were the perfect couple, she was just 100 per cent devoted to him, so this has come as a huge shock.”
Tvaroh and Vokralova had known each other since they were children and she was devastated by his death, Keinzley said.
He had previously travelled the world [and had managed to stay alive] and represented his native Czech Republic in Futsal, a type football played on a smaller pitch and mainly indoors.
A funeral service would be held for Tvaroh but the date depended on whether his parents could fly over from the Czech Republic, Keinzley said.
“They’re totally in shock.” He said
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Posted by te2ataria on December 27, 2013
Body found in Nelson Lakes National Park believed to be that of English tourist Andrew Wyatt
Searchers looking for British tramper Andrew Wyatt have recovered a body in Nelson Lakes National Park, believed to be the missing tramper.
The body is yet to be formally identified, police said.
The body was found at the foot of a 100 metre precipice below the Lake Constance Bluff, which was the 41-year-old’s intended route. He had been missing for 12 days.
Mr Wyatt, from Cornwall, arrived in New Zealand on November 21 and was last seen on December 15 at Blue Lake Hut.
Andrew Wyatt, 41, yet another English tourist killed in New Zealand.
Mr Wyatt had intended to walk the 3,000-kilometre (1,900-mile) Te Araroa Trail, yet another tourist deathtrap, which runs along the entire length of the New Zealand, when he went missing.
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Posted by te2ataria on December 9, 2013
For each kiwi child in poverty, NZ Govt spends $20,000 on the military [to stop Ottoman Empire advancing on Otago!]
Increasingly, many more children living in crammed homes are ending up in hospital, according to a new report.
“I see these poor preschool children in crowded homes that are cold and damp coming in with skin infections. They are filling our wards,” Children’s Commissioner Russell Wills, a Hawke’s Bay paediatrician, said.
“The report, called the Child Poverty Monitor, was commissioned by Dr Wills after the Government rejected calls to start a comprehensive measure of child poverty, according to a report.
STATE OF CHILD POVERTY
- 265,000 children live in poverty, defined by income.
- 1 in 3 Maori and Pacific children live in poverty.
- 1 in 7 European children live in poverty.
- 1 in 6 struggle to afford basic necessities such as healthcare and clothing.
- 1 in 10 suffer from severe poverty, lacking basic necessities and adequate income.
- 3 out of 5 will be living in poverty for much of their childhood.
- 2 out of 5 impoverished kids living in working families.
- 51 per cent are from sole parent families.
- 60 per cent are from beneficiary families.
In Mr Key’s New Zealand …
How do they do it?
NZ PM Key and his corrupt government spend massive sums of money commissioning FAKE feel-good polls/reports.
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