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Anzac Pie: ‘The myths and mythology’

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2019

Sent by a reader in “Disaster City One” [colourful language removed by Moderator DH]

Image of the Day: Anzac Pie – or Anzac Smoothie

Unlike the infamous Anzac Biscuits….

Butter, golden syrup and coconut are key ingredients of the quintessential Anzac biscuit – but also key to debunking some of the myths surrounding its origin, notably that they were made by soldiers at the front in World War I or sent to them by wives or girlfriends at home.”

It’s much easier to buy or make your own Anzac pie at home. Fortunately, there are no key ingredients for the Anzac pie. In fact, they are usually made by men and women in The Republic of China and sold on line at AliExpress. https://www.aliexpress.com/w/wholesale-party-products.html


Anzac Pie. Image source: https://www.aliexpress.com/


Dr Banshee Cobleworth, who’s based at the University of Ortago, has researched the Anzac Pie and the folklore surrounding it.

She says, if you don’t want to enrich the Chinese economy, here’s a simple recipe to make your own at or near your home!

Anzac Pies Recipe
This recipe for ‘Anzac Pies’ is from way back when and included in various cookery books.


Flaked oatmeal, or indeed anything else that your pooch would swallow!


Put dry ingredients into the dog bowl, add some water and let the mongrel eat the mix and produce the golden Anzac pies.

If you prefer to buy from China…

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The Final Destination: Opotiki Fatal Crash Victim Named

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2019

Fatal Crash on State Highway 35, Opotiki – Name Release

Wednesday, 24 April 2019 – 2:53pm
Bay of Plenty [of Deaths]

The man who was  killed in a single vehicle crash on State Highway 35, Opotiki on Tuesday 16 April was Arnold Stephen Maraki who lived in Kapiti Coast, Wellington, police said.

The victim’s nationality has not been disclosed by police.


Today’s Publicly Reported Road Deaths

Another [Deadly?] Crash Caused by Police

Single vehicle crash in Whakatane
Thursday, 25 April 2019 – 7:16pm    Bay of Plenty [of Deaths]

“Police are at the scene of a serious crash in Whakatane.

“A vehicle crashed on Te Rahu Road, near Station Road, around 6:20pm.

“Police attempted to stop the vehicle a few minutes prior but it failed to stop, fleeing from Police before it crashed.

“The driver of the vehicle, the sole occupant, is currently in a serious condition [Dead?]”

Update – fatal crash, Waipa District
Thursday, 25 April 2019 – 5:26pm  – Waikato

“A second person has died after the two car crash that occurred on Cambridge Road, Rotoorangi, around 1:40pm today.

“One person remains in hospital in a serious condition.

Serious crash: Napier
Thursday, 25 April 2019 – 6:38am – Eastern

“A person has died following a single-vehicle crash in Napier last night.

“The person was the sole occupant of the vehicle, which hit a tree on Marine Parade about 10pm. ”

Serious Crash: Oriental Parade, Wellington
Thursday, 25 April 2019 – 6:28am – Wellington

“A pedestrian has been seriously injured following a collision with a car on Oriental Parade at about 5.10am.

“Police and emergency services are at the scene and the pedestrian has been taken to hospital.”

UPDATE: Serious crash, Waipawa
Thursday, 25 April 2019 – 6:21am  – Eastern

“A woman involved in a serious crash near Waipawa earlier this week has died.

“The two-vehicle crash occurred at the intersection of Pourerere Road and River Road about 7pm Monday. ”

Serious crash, Rotorua
Wednesday, 24 April 2019 – 7:10pm
Bay of Plenty [of Deaths]

“Emergency services are attending a serious crash in Rotorua.

“A vehicle hit a pedestrian on Te Ngae Road, at the intersection with Sunrise Ave, shortly after 6:30pm.

“Indications are that the pedestrian is seriously injured [Dead!]. The Serious Crash Unit is attending.”

Name release – crash near Awakino Tunnel, Taranaki District
Wednesday, 24 April 2019 – 2:13pm – Central

“Police can now confirm the name of the man who died in a two car crash on SH3 near the Awakino Tunnel on Monday 22 April.

“He was 56-year-old Scott Hamilton Murray of Te Puke.”

Serious crash near Anaura Bay, Gisborne
Tuesday, 23 April 2019 – 6:44am  – Eastern

“Police and emergency services are currently in attendance at a serious crash on SH35 (The Pacific Coast Highway).

“The crash occurred at 5.30am between Waiapu Road and Waiau Road and one person has been critically injured [Dead!]

Update on crash north of Tolaga Bay
Tuesday, 23 April 2019 – 7:38am – Eastern

“One person has died following a crash near Anaura Bay this morning.

“The crash occurred around 5.30am on SH35, near Waiau Road.

“No one else appears to have been injured in the crash.”

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