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Urgent shellfish warning for Waikato west coast, Raglan Harbour

Posted by te2ataria on April 28, 2017

Shellfish biotoxin alert: Do NOT eat shellfish from Waikato west coast:

The warning includes Waikato River mouth (Port Waikato) southwards to Papanui Point which is just south of Raglan Harbour and Raglan Harbour.

The Ministry for Primary Industries  (MPI) has detected alarming levels of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning toxins in the area. They have warned that cooking shellfish does not remove the toxin.

Shellfish biotoxin alert – Waikato west coast

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) today issued a public health warning against collecting shellfish on the Waikato west coast due to Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) toxins being detected at levels of concern. The affected area includes the Waikato River mouth (Port Waikato) southwards to Papanui Point which is just south of Raglan Harbour. The warning includes Raglan Harbour.

Routine tests on shellfish samples taken from this region have shown levels of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) toxins above the safe limit (!) of 0.8 mg/kg set by MPI.  Anyone eating shellfish from this area is potentially at risk of illness.

See a map of the warning

Mussels, oysters, tuatua, pipi, toheroa, cockles, scallops, catseyes, kina (sea urchin) and all other bivalve shellfish should not be eaten.

Note: Cooking shellfish does not remove the toxin.

Pāua, crab and crayfish may still be eaten if the gut has been completely removed prior to cooking, as toxins accumulate in the gut. If the gut is not removed its contents could contaminate the meat during the cooking process.

Symptoms typically appear between 10 minutes and 3 hours after ingestion and may include:

  • numbness and a tingling (prickly feeling) around the mouth, face, and extremities (hands and feet)
  • difficulty swallowing or breathing
  • dizziness
  • headache
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • diarrhoea
  • paralysis and respiratory failure and in severe cases, death.

If anyone becomes ill after eating shellfish from an area where a public health warning has been issued, phone Healthline for advice on 0800 61 11 16, or seek medical attention immediately. You are also advised to contact your nearest public health unit and keep any leftover shellfish in case it can be tested.

Monitoring of toxin levels will continue and any changes will be communicated accordingly. Commercially harvested shellfish – sold in shops and supermarkets, or exported – is subject to strict water and flesh monitoring programmes by MPI to ensure they are safe to eat.

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Only in New Zealand…

Posted by te2ataria on April 28, 2017

V. Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports:

  • No vehicle-related fatality report allowed by police on Friday, as of posting, despite multiple serious and at least two major crashes that have been reported locally.


Body found on Monday identified

Murder mystery, negligent homicide, suicide, unexplained death…  no. of bodies found [and reported] in NZ so far this week: Five?

Thee man found deceased at Wattle Bay on Monday night has been identified as missing fisherman, 52 year-old William Ruarangi from Manurewa, police said.  “Mr Ruarangi went missing in the Manukau Heads last Wednesday, during a fishing trip with a family member.”  http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-missing-fisherman-found-wattle-bay-monday-night

Nine injured, two seriously, as truck collides with car in South Auckland

Nine people have been injured, including two seriously, after a truck collided with a car in south Auckland.

“A police spokesperson said three people suffered moderate injuries and two people had minor injuries,” said a report. [ 2 + 3 + 2 =  7.  What happened to the remaining two people?] http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/329693/nine-injured-in-truck-crash

“One car was badly damaged. It was knocked in at the front. It looked like it had maybe gone under the truck,” said a post-crash eyewitness.  http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11847293

Major Traffic jam after three-car crash on Auckland Harbour Bridge

Bee sting leads to bus crash; motorists warned of long delays on Auckland motorway

Truck with dangerous chemicals crashes into another truck causing mayhem blocking routes north of Auckland

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