Archive for the ‘New Zealand’ Category
Posted by te2ataria on August 11, 2016
Sent by a v. disappointed rugby fan who feels somewhat…
“It brings on many changes…”
Through early morning fog I see
Visions of the things to be
The pains that are withheld for me
I realize and I can see…
That suicide is painless
It brings on many changes
And I can take or leave it if I please.
… and you can do the same thing if you please.
The game of [Rugby] is hard to play
I’m gonna lose it anyway
A brave man once requested me
To answer questions that are key
Is it to be or not to be
And I replied ‘oh why ask me?’
[Original lyrics by Johnny Mandel; Suicide Is Painless lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.]
Rugby Sevens News:
Rio Olympics 2016: Australia beat New Zealand to win inaugural rugby sevens gold
Australia’s women beat New Zealand 24-17 to win the first ever Olympic rugby sevens gold medal, after Great Britain lost to Canada for bronze. http://www.bbc.com/sport/olympics/37017375
Rio Olympics 2016: How it all went wrong for the men’s rugby sevens team
“New Zealand Rugby’s strategic goal of two gold medals at this Olympics has come up well short, and the defeat by the men’s team to Fiji in their quarter-final this morning…” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/news/article.cfm?c_id=4&objectid=11691668
The boys team beat only Kenya while losing to Japan, Great Britain and Fiji.
Posted in New Zealand, Tourist Deathtrap | Tagged: All Blacks, Black Ferns, Olympics, Rio Olympics 2016, Rugby Sevens, Sir Gordon Tietjens, suicide | Leave a Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on June 11, 2015
Was the victim last seen in the MacDonald’s, too?
Waitemata/Orewa Police are trying to identify a man who was found dead this morning (Thursday, 11 June 2015 ) on Orewa Beach, on the northern end of the beach near the cliffs, just after 7.30am.
“The person appears to be an Asian male, aged in his mid 20’s. He does not have any identification or personal belongings on him and Police are asking for anyone who knows who he is to contact Orewa Police on 09 426 4555.”
The victim was found wearing black trackpants with a white stripe down the side, a hooded sweatshirt and orange socks.
Until Police are able to identify the man [his next of keen will not be informed?] and look into the circumstances that led to this morning’s incident [what exactly was the nature of the “incident”?] the death will continue to be treated as unexplained. [Will murder be regarded as “explained” death in NZ police parlance?]
[To our international readers, who can still read this blog: Orewa beach is described as “one of the longest and safest beaches in Auckland,” on tourist literature.]
Posted in 10 reasons to visit NZ, 10 worst Countries, Murder, New Zealand, Tourist Deathtrap | Tagged: Asian found dead, asian killed in NZ, Auckland, Orewa Beach, young Asian male deathtrap | Leave a Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on May 26, 2015
Man didn’t survive police hospitality
The man, aged 64, was arrested at around 8:00pm on Monday night and spent the night in a police cell (the Manukau Police Station Custody Unit), police said.
The man was found to be “unresponsive” during a check at 5:40am. He had been alone in the cell throughout the night, police insist. [Does that mean even uncle Donald didn’t enter the cell?]
The victim was [conveniently] pronounced dead upon arrival of paramedics.
Man’s body recovered from Rotorua stream (Bay of Plenty of Deaths)
The body of a man found in a Rotorua stream earlier today (Tuesday, 26 May) has been recovered, said police. A post mortem examination will be carried out tomorrow to establish [guess?] cause of death.
Waikato road kill name released
The name of a driver who was killed a single vehicle crash on Marychurch Road, south of Hamilton last Friday has been released. The deceased was 39 year-old Mathew Whiu Morehu YORSTON, of Hamilton.
“On behalf of New Zealand Police we would like to offer our condolences to the family of Mr. YORSTON,” said police. [Blog has so far been unable to establish link!]
Victim recovered near Rangitata River mouth named
Canterbury police have named the woman whose body was recovered near the mouth of the Rangitata River on Saturday evening as Jyoti Glenys Edith Lewis from Christchurch.
Ms Lewis was reported missing shortly before 6pm on Saturday (23 May 2015) when she did not return home from walking her dogs at the river mouth. [The fate of her dogs not disclosed.]
Murdered Indian student named
The 22 year-old woman who was stabbed to death at a Queen St learning institute on Friday (22 May 2015) was Parmita Rani, from Punjab in India.
The victim had been studying in New Zealand since part way through 2013 and lived in Manurewa. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/murder-victim-named
A 22 year-old man is in Auckland Hospital suffering serious injuries sustained during the attack.
Boy remains in critical condition
The nine-year-old boy injured in an incident at Taradale Primary School in Hawke’s Bay on Monday remains in a critical condition in Auckland’s Starship Hospital.
Police confirm identity of body after reported missing 29 years ago
Wellington Police have identified human remains recovered earlier this year as those of a man who went missing in March 1986. John Holmes Smith had left his home in Kenya Street, Ngaio on the 20th March 1986 for a short walk.
Posted in New Zealand, Tourist Deathtrap | Tagged: Bay of Plenty, died in police custody, Jyoti Glenys Edith Lewis, killed in NZ, Manukau Police Station, Mathew Whiu Morehu YORSTON, Rotorua | Leave a Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on May 14, 2015
The blog moderators strongly believe that the murder of 21-year-old Indian student Manjeet Singh was racially motivated.
Body on Mission Bay beach identified: Police
The man found dead on Mission Bay beach yesterday morning (13 May 2015) has been identified as 21 year-old Manjeet Singh, an Indian national who was in Auckland while on a student visa, police said.
Police said their inquiries into how the victim came to be dead in the water are continuing “and officers will be examining CCTV footage, bank and ‘phone records to try and establish his movements and who he was with in the city on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.”
The victim was at the Britomart McDonalds shortly after 1am yesterday, according to the police report.
Anyone with information about Mr Singh, should contact Detective Sergeant James Robson at Glen Innes CIB.
A post-mortem examination was held earlier today to establish the circumstances around Mr Singh’s death, the report said.
- In November 2013, Tarun Asthana, 25, was killed outside McDonald’s in downtown Auckland’s Queen St. He was returning from a night of clubbing with friends when he was punched and knocked to the ground, according to reports.
- In March 2011, a NZ Coroner ruled the badly decomposed body found at 90 Mile Beach three weeks earlier was that of Indian Student Mr Sunil Kumar Raghavaraju, 25, who was a student in Auckland.
- In October 2009, Srikanth Rayadurgam, 23, an Auckland University of Technology (AUT) student, left his Mt Albert home, Auckland, never to be seen again.
- In November 2011, Indian man Charanpreet Singh Dhaliwal was found dead with horrendous head injuries at a west Auckland building site. Police say the 22-year-old security guard was assaulted and died from head injuries.
Numerous other Indian nationals, including about a dozen students, have been killed or murdered in New Zealand since this blog began publishing. See blog content for more details.
Posted in 10 reasons to visit NZ, 10 worst Countries, 10 Worst Places, Murder, New Zealand, Tourist Deathtrap | Tagged: indian student killed, Indian student killed in Auckland, indian student killed in NZ, killed in NZ, Manjeet Singh, Mission Bay beach, Racial murders, Tarun Asthana | Leave a Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on January 3, 2014
Officially, Seven people were killed on New Zealand roads over the holiday period
Ministry of Transport says there were only seven fatalities between 4pm on Christmas Eve and 6am today.
[We don’t believe them because the figures are doctored as usual, but that’s another story.]
List of the victims including kiwis are as follows:
- Sandy Paul Waenga Brown, 21, of Paua, was killed south of Cape Reinga in the early hours of Christmas Day.
- Olivia Lu, 11 months, died after a single-car crash on State Highway 1 near Raumati South on December 28.
- Unnamed 56-year-old woman from China was killed in a crash between Te Anau and Mossburn in Southland on December 29.
- Kahui Matauwhati, 4, of Masterton, was killed in a crash at Owhango, 21 kilometres south of Taumarunui, on December 29.
- Lynelle Joy Bray, 46, died in a collision between a bus and car in Hamilton on December 30.
- Gregory John Spargo, 50, of Auckland, died in a motorcycle crash near Bulls on New Year’s Eve
- A male motorcyclist, possibly a French national, was killed in a collision between his bike and a car on the Napier-Taihape road yesterday.
“Meanwhile Hawke’s Bay Hospital reported this morning that Manmeet Singh, the baby injured in a crash on the Taupo-Napier highway yesterday when a van plunged down a 10-metre bank, has been taken off the critical list, but his father Jagtar was still in a critical condition in intensive care,” according to a report.
Fatal Crash on SH94
A few Hours after the official holiday period ended, there was another fatal crash involving Chinese tourists:
“The crash involved three cars, the first car was a rental driven and occupied by four tourists from China,” according to a report by Fuseworks.
“The driver is a male aged 43 years in Dunedin hospital in critical condition, a female aged 56 years was found deceased at the scene, a male aged 58 years has been transferred to Christchurch hospital in critical but stable condition and a female aged 30 years is in moderate condition in Invercargill hospital.”
Fiction: Ministry of Transport says New Zealand’s annual road toll for 2013 was 254, the lowest since 1950.
- Miracles don’t happen.
- The rules for recording road fatalities have changed.
- Many road fatalities probably go unreported if there are no [credible] witnesses.
- If the victim is fatally injured but dies on the way to hospital, or while awaiting medical attention in the emergency room, her death would not be recorded as a road kill.
- Other tricks we haven’t discovered yet.
Posted in 10 reasons to visit NZ, 10 Worst Places, New Zealand, Tourist Deathtrap | Tagged: Chinese Tourist killed, Fatal Crash on SH94, Ministry of Transport, New Zealand, road deaths, road deaths in new zealand, Tourist killed, tourist killed in nz | 6 Comments »
Posted by te2ataria on December 27, 2013
Body found in Nelson Lakes National Park believed to be that of English tourist Andrew Wyatt
Searchers looking for British tramper Andrew Wyatt have recovered a body in Nelson Lakes National Park, believed to be the missing tramper.
The body is yet to be formally identified, police said.
The body was found at the foot of a 100 metre precipice below the Lake Constance Bluff, which was the 41-year-old’s intended route. He had been missing for 12 days.
Mr Wyatt, from Cornwall, arrived in New Zealand on November 21 and was last seen on December 15 at Blue Lake Hut.
Andrew Wyatt, 41, yet another English tourist killed in New Zealand.
Mr Wyatt had intended to walk the 3,000-kilometre (1,900-mile) Te Araroa Trail, yet another tourist deathtrap, which runs along the entire length of the New Zealand, when he went missing.
Posted in 10 reasons to visit NZ, 10 worst Countries, 10 Worst Places, New Zealand, Tourist Deathtrap | Tagged: Andrew Wyatt, english tourist killed, Nelson Lakes National Park, Te Araroa Trail, Tourist Deathtrap, tourist killed in New Zealand | 1 Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on November 5, 2013
“I love you bro”
Those were the last words Eddie Lo said to his friend Tarun Asthana before his life support was switched off in Auckland City Hospital on Monday.
Tarun Asthana, 25, died yesterday after being punched outside McDonald’s in downtown Auckland’s Queen St early Saturday morning. He was returning from a night of clubbing with friends when he was punched and knocked to the ground, according to reports.
Tarun Asthana, 25, was studying to be a teacher. He never expected his life would be cut short this way.
“He was a kind, loyal, fun-loving guy. He was always respectful and nice to be around,” said his former employer, restaurant owner Garry Bates.
“He was always very reliable, just a nice guy. I liked him, I’m very sad.”
His friend Eddie Lo, who was with him when he was viciously attacked, said Asthana’s death was “heartbreaking” and he had to keep telling himself “you’re in a better place now“.
Grenville David McFarland, 27, a sailor in NZ Navy (!) was charged with assaulting Asthana in the Auckland District Court on Monday. Police said they might consider upgrading the charge!
He was granted bail and ordered to return to court on 15 November.
“Auckland Mayor Len Brown says there has been progress in making central Auckland streets safer, but admits more work needs to be done to prevent deaths like that of Auckland student Tarun Asthana.”
Unfortunately, Mr Athana wasn’t available to comment on Mayor Brown’s statement.
Posted in 10 reasons to visit NZ, 10 worst Countries, 10 Worst Places, Murder, New Zealand, Tourist Deathtrap | Tagged: Eddie Lo, Garry Bates, Grenville David McFarland, indian student killed, Indian student killed in Auckland, indian student killed in NZ, Tarun Asthana | 2 Comments »
Posted by te2ataria on February 21, 2011
Sent by a reader in sewage city [Wellington]
Few things that are intrinsically kiwi
A kiwi stepfather…
Simon Nicholas Plaistowe, 47, of Rotorua, was forced to plead guilty to 11 charges of making intimate recordings of his two stepdaughters and their friend, aged between 12 and 17, while they were either sleeping or taking showers in the family home.
[It’s NOT known who is in possession of the hard disk, where the shower scenes were stored, or how many copies were made. ]
The kiwi teenager …
“The jury has retired to consider a verdict in the case of a 16-year-old girl who alleges she was raped by two men in a Nelson camping ground.”
Day out walking in central Auckland
A man’s body was spotted by a member of the public under Pier 3 at the downtown ferry terminal in central Auckland.
A [good] kiwi weekend …
A good kiwi weekend is probably one when the number of reported road kills are in single digits. [For the exact numbers, multiply the reported figure by an average of 4.]
At least 5 people were killed on New Zealand Death Roads in the weekend.
A “Lucky” Tourist in the Dark Land …
“An elderly man was thrown five metres after hit by a bus on Lambton Quay this afternoon,” according to a report.
kiwi half-brother …
A 28-year-old man showed a pornographic video to his 14-year-old half-sister and then raped her.
kiwi prime minister…
“Prime Minister John Key today stood by his comment that some people needed to use foodbanks because they had made poor choices.”
Thanks to the multi-million dollar loots by Mr Key and rest of his gang, about one in ten New Zealander lives on ever-shrinking welfare.
Typical kiwi cuisine…
“Horse semen will be on offer at next month’s Hokitika Wildfoods festival. It’ll be around $10 for a shot and brave foodies can chase it down after with an energy shot. There’ll also be different flavours to choose from.”
WARNING: DO NOT DRINK FROM THE SOURCE!
“US scientists said Sunday there is strong evidence linking oral sex to cancer, and urged more study of how human papillomaviruses may be to blame for a rise in oral cancer among white men.”
Posted in Horse semen, New Zealand, New Zealand road toll | Tagged: HPV infection, Killed in New Zealand, kiwi teens, New Zealand Rape, oral sex, papillomaviruses, raped in New Zealand | 2 Comments »
Posted by te2ataria on February 13, 2011
Another Weekend of Death and Mayhem in Dark Land
At least 18 people, mostly tourists, killed or critically injured, few details released
Indian Man in Critical Condition After His Car Was Hijacked and Smashed
“A 21-year-old today remains in a critical condition in hospital after his car was stolen then crashed in the Karangahake Gorge, in the southern Coromandel Ranges, overnight on Friday.”
“The car was driven to Paeroa with the owner, two young men and two teenage girls inside.”
“The 21-year-old was today in a critical condition in Waikato Hospital and his family were on their way from India to be with him, a hospital spokeswoman said.
“A 15-year-old boy was in a serious but stable condition.”
Mountaineer and rafter flown to hospital in two accidents
Police want witnesses to an incident in which a cyclist was killed
“Two men are in Waikato Hospital, one with critical injuries, after a car plunged down a bank in the Karangahake Gorge, near Paeroa, overnight.
“One man was in a critical condition in the hospital’s intensive care unit and the other, aged 21, was in a serious condition in the high dependency unit.”
“Two others were also badly hurt in the crash, between Paeroa and Waihi in the Bay of Plenty, just after midnight.”
Motorcyclist killed in Warkworth crash
“Police and emergency services were called to the crash about 9km west of Herbertville, roughly 46km southeast of Dannevirke, at 12.15pm, Inspector Paul Jermy, of police central communications, said.”
Motorcyclist Killed in the Karioi Forest
“He was competing in the annual Desert Storm motor bike trail ride in the Karioi Forest in the foothills of Mt Ruapehu.
“He died after falling from his bike about 11am, police said.”
Body found in search for motorist
Motorcyclist dies nine days after crash
Sexual abuse victims named on website
Two brothers sexually abused by their uncle as children have been named on a Ministry of Justice website.
Another baby killed in driveway
“A 13-month-old girl was killed after she was run over in a driveway in west Auckland yesterday.”
New Zealand Army Prick Sent Home for Showing Photo of His Butt-hole to Neighnours
“A complaint was laid, we investigated and found the behaviour was not appropriate, it contravened our code of conduct, so we terminated the secondment and sent him home from Scott Base,” Antarctica NZ chief executive Lou Sanson said.
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Posted by te2ataria on February 12, 2011
F**king evil judge of the month: Allan Roberts
Shane Conrad Heal raped and bashed a pregnant woman
The victim suffered enormous pain, mental health problems and loss of weight as a result of the rape.
And all the f**king evil judge Allan Roberts sentenced the rapist to was only a six-year, 10-month jail term. He declined a non-parole period.
Posted in Corrupt Judges, corrupt NZ judges, judicial corruption in New Zealand, New Zealand | Tagged: EVIL JUDGES, judge Allan Roberts, raped in New Zealand, Shane Conrad Heal | Leave a Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on December 17, 2010
At least 67 percent of crime in New Zealand goes unreported: Survey
The following are excerpts reprinted from a report by The Dominion Post
Only a third of crime in New Zealand is reported, according to a survey.
About a quarter of 6,000 respondents surveyed, said they felt the police could not or would not deal with it.
“Sexual crimes were the least likely to be reported, often because the victim was ashamed or embarrassed.”
[See also: 91 percent of the rapes either go unreported, or the victims are intimidated by the police to drop complaints.]
At least 2.6 million offences were cited in the 2009 New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey.
[NOTE: Population of New Zealand is 4,391,856 according to the govt stats office.]
About 56 percent of New Zealand adults said they felt “worried about being in a traffic accident caused by a drunk driver, being burgled, having their car deliberately damaged or broken into, and having their credit cards misused.”
Posted in gang rape, New Zealand, Tourist Deathtrap, violent crimes | Tagged: crime in NZ, New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey, NZ Crime, NZ crime rates, raped in NZ | 1 Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on December 7, 2010
The 1,978th and 1,979th tourists are killed in New Zealand
Two Young French Kayakers Killed in NZ, a South Korean Tourist Missing in the Deadly Franz Josef Glacier Valley
The bodies of two young Frenchmen were found floating in Lake Wakatipu (Queenstown).
“The tourists made a panic-stricken call to a commercial tourism operator shortly before 10pm, saying they were in trouble as a 20 knot southerly swept over the lake, generating waves up to a metre high,” according to a report.
However, help was not sent until hours after they had drowned.
The two French tourists were at least the 1,978th and 1,979th tourists killed in New Zealand since January 2000.
Tourism New Zealand is said to be offering a free body bag to the 2000 tourist to be killed in New Zealand.
Meanwhile the police farce say they are looking for a South Korean tourist who went missing in Franz Josef glacier valley last Thursday.
A rental vehicle hired by Ergine Cho, 31, was found in the Franz Josef glacier carpark “that had not moved in days,” according to a report.
The car is parked in the main glacier carpark with foot access to the Franz Josef Glacier Valley and numerous bush walks.
Police said [Mr] Cho who is from Incheon, South Korea, arrived in New Zealand two weeks ago and is apparently travelling alone.
On average, two foreigners are killed in New Zealand every three days.
At least 1,979 foreign students, tourists and new immigrants have been Killed in NZ between January 2000 and 6 December 2010
Posted in Killed in New Zealand, New Zealand, Tourism New Zealand, Tourists Killed in New Zealand, toursit deathtrap | Tagged: Ergine Cho, French tourists killed, French tourists killed in NZ, Frenchmen killed in New Zealand, travel New Zealand | 2 Comments »
Posted by te2ataria on November 8, 2010
New Zealand Buttlines
Property values still sliding
ZERO Properties Sold in Christchurch: Ain’t that surprising!!?
Residential property values continued to decline in October sliding more than 5.5 percent …
“The report did not provide a measure for Canterbury, saying there were too few sales since the magnitude 7.1 earthquake on September 4 to generate a reliable index measure.”
Bacterial infection hits North Island kiwifruit orchard
“The disease, pseudomonas syringae pv actinidiae or PSA, has not appeared in New Zealand before but has had a significant impact on Italian kiwifruit production in recent years.” More…
Company fraud in NZ doubles
“The survey of about 200 groups, in both government and private sector, on both side of the Tasman showed the cost of fraud rose from an average NZ$1.9 million in 2008, to NZ$3.8m this year.”
Genetic link likely in alcoholism, depression
“A Christchurch woman whose parents suffered from alcoholism and whose father also had depression is being treated for both conditions as part of a new study.” More…
Include “Murder,” “Rape” and “Psychopathic Demeanor” in the headline and you’ll find this blog has already highlighted the “missing” link.
Eruption threat real, warns expert
“An eruption is coming, warns GNS Science volcanologist Dr Graham Leonard, and anyone living pretty much north of Wellington should be prepared.”
“The venue is deliberately fitting – the Taupo volcanic zone is the most productive volcanic system on Earth. Eruptions, when they happen, are big.” More …
Better late than never, telling people at least half the story!!
Use search criteria “buttline” for more links.
Posted in New Zealand, New Zealand volcanoes | Tagged: NZ headlines, NZ quake forecast, Okataina, Rotorua, Taupo | Leave a Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on October 24, 2010
Expensive perks for perverting justice
The cost of NZ judges’ perks for perverting justice is TOO HIGH
NZ judges spent about $1 million dollars of public funds on 1st class flights and lavish conferences in 2 years.
The CORRUPT anti-American Chief Justice Dame Sian Elias traveled first class to 5 destinations in that period, at a cost of about $75,000. She took along her husband, Hugh Fletcher, on two of the all-expense-paid visits.
The corrupt anti-American Chief Justice Sian Elias (center) seen in this undated photo flanked by her “cousins” Nathan Guy MP, and John Key, NZ’s corrupt PM. [Source NZNationalParty via flickr. Some rights reserved. flickr.com/photos/nznationalparty/3637356002/]
Here’s the rest of the corrupt NZ judges pigs at the trough story:
Jetting judges fly at taxpayer expense
BY JONATHAN MARSHALL – Sunday Star Times
Globe-trotting judges have clocked up almost $350,000 on international taxpayer-funded travel in the past two years – including business class airfares with their spouses.
Locations travelled to on the Kiwi taxpayer – at a cost of $348,949.53 in the 24-month period ending June this year – include London, New York, Florence, Boston, Tunisia, Denver in Colorado, and Halifax in Nova Scotia.
Chief Justice Dame Sian Elias attended five trips in that period, costing $74,490. On two of them, to Melbourne and London, she took along her husband, Hugh Fletcher.
Elias attended a Council of Chief Justices conference in Adelaide, a Supreme and Federal Court judges conference in Canberra, and a Council of Chief Justices meeting in Melbourne. She endured the long haul to Europe for a “judicial academic conference”, a sitting of the House of Lords and the Yale Global Constitutionalism Seminar.
The Sunday Star-Times twice requested an interview with Elias to discuss the judiciary travel bill. Her spokesman, Neil Billington, said: “I am sure you will get a response as soon as she is free to consider your request.”
A judge from the Supreme Court travelled to Vietnam in 2009 at a cost of $8343 to attend a LawAsia conference. Official documents show representatives of the Court of Appeal attended nine events at a cost of $35,419, including visits to Seoul for the International Association of Women Judges Biennial international conference and the West Indies island territory of Turks and Caicos for the Commonwealth Magistrates Judges Association conference.
High Court judges attended $38,007 worth of meetings in mainly Australian cities.
Meanwhile, District Court judges travelled to 16 destinations such as Florence, Tunisia and the Turks and Caicos for events about subjects like “international child abduction”, “therapeutic courts” and “rights for child” at a cost of $136,511. The Maori Land Court spent $32,609 on travel and the Institute of Judicial Studies $23,569.
There was no international jet-setting undertaken by Employment Court judges.
Justice Ministry acting deputy chief executive Christine Stevenson confirmed judges were allowed to travel business class for all journeys that exceeded four hours.
There was controversy last year when it was announced up to 30 Justice Ministry staff were to lose their jobs just two months after around $330,000 was spent on two luxury hotel conferences for Kiwi judges.
A three-day conference for district court judges and partners at Rotorua’s Millenium Hotel in March 2009 cost $220,000. The same week a three-day judges’ conference in Tauranga cost $120,000.
Posted in Corrupt Judges, corrupt justice, judicial corruption in New Zealand, New Zealand, perverting justice | Tagged: 100% corrupt NZ, Chief Justice Sian Elias, corrupt NZ judges, New Zealand Supreme Court, NZ Justice system | Leave a Comment »