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Tell me about Auckland, again: Shittier than shittiest shitty in NZ!!

Posted by te2ataria on February 17, 2020

Sent by a “second generation Asian Kiwi” who lives locally  [additional information provided by Moderator B.]

[Note: “shitty”, as used above, refers to the Asian pronunciation of “city”.]

“We are living in a cesspool of human feaces” –reader

“Unswimmable Auckland: The problem with our city’s beaches”

Why our beaches are swimming in shit, and what the council is doing to fix it
In the evening, the Newmarket Stream smells like shit. Not the whole length of it, but if you wander through the gully down by Newmarket Park and trace the winding track to the overflow point at what is appropriately known as Hells Gate, there are moments when the scent on the breeze is unmistakably that of human shit.”

Meanwhile, we’ve run out of water:

Weather: Big dry set to continue for Auckland as ex-cyclone hits the South Island

Auckland Council said it was bringing in tanker-to-tanker filling sites to provide relief to parched rural communities, speeding up fill times and reducing the wait for customers.

Milk tankers from the country’s milk tanker fleet have provided more than 100,000L of water to commercial providers for delivery to tank-supply customers, Auckland Council said in a statement.

Severe meteorological drought’ hits areas of Northland and Auckland

A “severe meteorological” drought has emerged in northern Auckland, Great Barrier Island and the Far North, weather experts said.

Auckland Council hires Fonterra milk tankers to get water to dry properties

Auckland Council is planning to use Fonterra’s milk tankers to try and get water to thousands of households whose tanks are running dangerously low.

Auckland is on track to reach 40 consecutive days without rain this weekend, and for properties which aren’t connected to the main water supply, the situation is getting dire.

Water tankers are working overtime to get top-ups to as many people as possible, but there are still weeks long waits, with no rain in sight.

 

Triad of Plagues: Drought, Coronavirus and Tourism

“NZ tourism reels from border closure and Chinese visitor drought”

More than 400,000 Chinese tourists alone “plagued” NZ last year!

This year it’s very different, thanks to  Covid-19

Covid-19 is the official name given to the deadly virus by the World Health Organisation.

2nd only to China

Japan warns outbreak ‘entering a new phase’ and 5 million citizens of China’s Xiaogan city banned from leaving home.

“The total number of people infected around the world has now climbed to more than 71,000 on Monday, including another 2,048 confirmed cases in China, where total deaths stand at 1,770. Five people have died outside China. Of the 105 deaths reported in China on Monday, 100 were in Hubei province, the epicentre of the outbreak.”

“Japan, which has recorded one fatality, is the worst-affected country after China. Six new cases of the coronavirus were detected on Sunday, apart from those on the Diamond Princess. Overall, Japan has 413 confirmed cases of the virus, including one death… ”

2020 Olympics: Over the victims’ dead bodies

Taro Saito, executive research fellow at NLI Research Institute, said: “If this epidemic is not contained by the time of the Tokyo Olympic Games, the damage to the economy will be huge.”

Coronavirus could infect two-thirds of globe, researcher says

As the number of coronavirus cases jumps dramatically in China, a top infectious-disease scientist warns that things could get far worse: Two-thirds of the world’s population could catch it, says Ira Longini, a World Health Organisation adviser who tracked studies of the virus’s transmissibility in China. https://www.stuff.co.nz/world/asia/119517245/coronavirus-could-infect-twothird

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