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Just how competent are the body mechanics working in NZ?

Posted by te2ataria on June 26, 2017

The Most Heavily Censored Blog in Fort New Zealand! (Bad Karma)

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At least 4,000 overseas visitors, international students, foreign workers, recent emigrants and refugees have lost their lives and more than 24,000 others seriously injured in New Zealand between Jan 2000 and Jan 2017. All silent Kiwis are complicit in the mass killing of foreigners. (Bad Karma)

People living in Wellington, Christchurch, Auckland, Tasman Bay and Hawke’s Bay regions are either very brave, or extremely… Then again, karma works in mysterious ways!

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How is the implantation of a defective prosthesis NOT a physical injury?

Sent by a reader

“Four New Zealanders suffering complications from faulty hip implants have won the chance to appeal against the decision to deny them compensation.”

“After a lengthy legal battle, solicitors representing the four patients will go to the High Court to argue that the implantation of a defective prosthesis is a physical injury entitling the claimant to cover for a treatment injury.

“A group of five who had claims rejected lost their bid to overturn ACC’s decision in 2016 at the Wellington District Court in front of [frigging, establishment] Judge MacLean.” http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/94108230/Four-people-with-faulty-hips-continue-legal-action-against-ACC

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Begging: ‘fundamental freedom of expression’

Napier City Council is breaching the fundamental freedom of expression of three beggars under the Bill of Rights, a human rights lawyer will tell the court.

Another lawyer representing two of the beggars said the men will seek to challenge the validity of Napier’s bylaw “insofar as it applies to begging”.

“… begging is a form of political expression that lies at the very core of freedom of expression in that it draws attention to the defendants’ plight, thus raising social and political consciousness amongst the public.”

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If the Good Lord wanted kiwis to fly…

Fatal Otago crash the fourth reported microlight fatality in 2017, 9th since 2012 (100 )

At least nine people have been killed in 100 microlight crashes in New Zealand since 2012. There are 1,090 registered microlights in the country as of May 2017, said Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). However, the number of serious injuries from the crashes has not been revealed.

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Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect for Commercial Reasons]

  • Monday:  NO fatality report allowed by police, today, as of posting, despite at least 11  serious crashes reported locally.
  • Saturday, June 17: Only EIGHT road fatality reports were allowed by police, as of posting, despite at least 22 serious crashes reported locally.
    • At least three French tourists were killed.
    • The eight fatalities listed on Saturday log include one that occurred late Friday night.

Truth about NZ road toll, as we know it:

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Rugby Violence Injury

Boy, 9, flown to hospital with neck injury after ‘illegal tackle’  http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11882291

Murders Today

Possible homicide reported in South Auckland
One person is deceased and another person is in critical condition in hospital undergoing surgery. Police were called to the Auckland suburb of Otara just before 7pm on Monday.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/police-investigate-possible-homicide-south-auckland

Impact of Tourism on NZ Fish

Kaikōura’s famous crayfish – also known as rock lobster – are under threat from the growing number of tourists going out on fishing charters, say local fishers.

“Technically they’re [tourists] allowed six lobsters per person and one of these boats can take out 80 people per day. When you’ve got them going out, say, 150 to 200 days a year, that’s a substantial amount of harvesting from a localised fishery.”

 

 

 

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