Latest REPORTED Fatalities on NZ’s Suicide Roads
- UPDATE: Only one fatality report allowed from March 6 crashes.
- NO vehicle-related fatality report allowed so far today.
- Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, WE believe two out of every three road fatalities on NZ suicide roads go unreported, mainly to protect the tourist industry and foreign investment.
- 32 Foreigners killed in New Zealand in 32 days [Posted on January 25, 2017]
- Police told to keep their mouths shut about overseas licence holders
- Don’t reveal crash driver’s ethnicity, police told
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Storms, flooding and slips hit large swathes of New Zealand
Another “one-in-100-year storm” yesterday triggered flooding and slips causing significant damage to about a dozen homes in Coromandel Peninsula. http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/326184/seven-coromandel-homes-hit-by-slips
Meanwhile flood warnings are in place for Kaeo and Ngunguru.
“MetService, which has a heavy rain warning in place for Northland, Coromandel Peninsula and Bay of Plenty, was expecting continued rainfall in Northland through to Saturday morning.”
Weather set to get more severe around Auckland over the weekend
More severe weather is forecast for Auckland over the coming days, Civil Defence has warned.
“While we’ve had a good, dry reprieve today, the weather on Friday night and Saturday morning is forecast to be comparable to, or worse, than Tuesday,” said MetService.
Flood washes campers and their car out of Coromandel paddock
Air New Zealand flight from Auckland to Kerikeri hit by lightning
Landslip pushed Dodge ute along on a trail of destruction [Video]
NZ Youth: Vicious, Sexually Perverted…
“Appalling” assault at Hutt Valley High School
“What occurred was simply totally unacceptable in any school … the authorities are involved, there is quite a process running [but let’s not speak out of context; after all, we’re in NZ,]” principal Ross Sinclair told Fairfax.
“It has so far been an unimpressive week for schools in the Wellington region, with Wellington College making headlines for its students’ derogatory online comments about women, and St Patrick’s Silverstream students getting suspended for inappropriately filming female staff.”
“Gerard Tully, the rector of St Patrick’s College at Silverstream, confirmed four Year 9 students had been suspended after a ‘most distressing incident of sexual harassment‘”.
The sexual harassment at the Catholic school comes shortly after Wellington College students posted comments on Facebook about having sex with drunk unconscious girls.
One of the messages said, “If you don’t take advantage of a drunk girl, you’re not a true WC [Wellington College] boy.”
Friends of the boys have since said the posts were jokes, but young women and students and sex education groups said similar comments could be heard every day in schools across the country.
Other News in Drips…
Real estate watch[pussy] investigates 300 flipping cases
The watchpussy for real estate agents says it has reviewed 300 cases in which Auckland properties were quickly flipped for additional profit to check whether the agent involved had acted illegally.
“In the most recent case, a family of seven’s Papakura house was sold twice in one day, the second time for an additional $81,000.”
- The average fine: between $3000 to $5000
- Commission on a sale [IF the agent is caught AND found Guilty]: $30,000
Mostly Censored News From New Zealand’s Suicide Roads
Name release of woman now deceased after crash on Monday
Police have released the name of a woman who died overnight from injuries sustained in a single vehicle crash in Canterbury on Monday. She was 52-year-old Christine Ellen Rump, of Geraldine.
Serious Crash near Haast – Update
Three people have been taken to hospital following a single vehicle crash between Pleasant Flat and Clarke Bluff, inland from Haast. The vehicle had gone down a bank. It is being towed out. Two helicopters were sent to the scene. Two people were airlifted to hospital in Dunedin. One person was airlifted to hospital in Queenstown. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/crash-near-haast-update
Two in serious condition following four-car crash in Northland
Two people have been taken to hospital in a serious condition. The incident happened around 8.20am on Wednesday on the corner of SH1 and Jordan Valley Rd blocking both lanes.