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This week in and around New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on October 25, 2015

“Teased, tormented and bullied to death

Mexha Sane, 16, was found dead in her bedroom last Saturday. “A diary found in the Onehunga High School Year 12 student’s room revealed she had been teased and tormented – something she hid from her mum with her positive attitude and beaming smile,” according to a report.

Mexha Sane
RIP. Mexha Sane, 16, was a New Zealand age-group karate champion and was training hard for the Junior World Championships in Jakarta next month. Mexha committed suicide on October 17, 2015.

Were the soldiers being used as guinea pigs to test powerful hallucinogen?

Eight soldiers were arrested and then hospitalised after taking a powerful Hallucinogenic drug in Palmerston North early Sunday morning.

The drug is “thought to be N bomb,” an illegal synthetic drug 25B-NBOMe, which is a powerful hallucinogen related to amphetamines, according to a report.

It’s not known weather the soldiers were being used as guinea pigs for testing the powerful drug, most probably without their knowledge, by the NZ Ministry of Defence.


A suspicious death in Christchurch finally being investigated as suspicious?
Police said they are investigating a death after a body was found dead at Mecca Place, Bromley.  Thee body was reportedly found by an associate of the deceased shortly before midday on Sunday, 25 October 2015.

Fatal Crash in Waikato

Police have sealed off the main road of state highway 39 at the southern end of Pirongia after being called to a fatality involving a truck and a pedestrian.  It appears a person on the highway was struck by two heavy trucks travelling north and passing through Pirongia. A man has been killed but his identity is yet to be established.

NZ doctor accused of murder

A Tauranga doctor has been charged with the murder of his “former lover”, Brisbane socialite and former model Maureen Boyce, 68.

Tom Lang, a 63-year-old American who lives in New Zealand, was arrested on Friday night and charged with the murder, according to a report.  http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/exdoctor-behind-bars-over-death-of-brisbane-socialite-maureen-boyce-20151024-gkhkpn.html

Ex-Wairoa’s sportsperson of the year killed in ATV crash

Jamie Scott van der Kuijl, 25, a young martial arts sportsman was killed yesterday after the four-wheel-drive ATV vehicle he was driving rolled down a steep bank.

“The accident happened at 3.30pm when the ATV Mr van der Kuijl was driving went off a farm track and plunged 15 to 20 metres down a steep bank,” said Manutuke police.

Jamie Van Der Kuijl
Jamie Scott van der Kuijl, 25, killed in New Zealand on Saturday.

“The vehicle rolled several times as it went down the bank and Mr van der Kuijl and a 17-year-old passenger were both thrown from it as it rolled.”

“Mr van der Kuijl died at the scene,” police said.

‘Sleep with me and you’ll get good marks’

A senior doctor who told a medical intern she would get good marks if she slept with him has lost his job, according to a report. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11534684

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Epidemic Violence and Bullying in NZ Schools

Posted by te2ataria on March 15, 2009

Fear of bullying is stopping some children getting an education —Children’s Commissioner

In an occupied country, bullying is the occupiers’ “survival” policy. Remove Bullying from New Zealand Schools, and pakeha will have to pack their bags and go home.—Moderator TEAA

“Bullying is a problem in all schools,” Commissioner  said in a report which will be released at a school violence summit in Wellington, March 16, 2009.

The report was prepared amid “indications from all quarter”‘ that school violence was affecting the welfare of a many students, she said.

“Calls to my office, our engagement with children and young people, the Office’s Young People’s Reference Group and media coverage of some severe incidents indicated it was timely to do an independent inquiry into peer bullying, violence and abuse,” she said.

The report recommends changes to the school system and offers a “comprehensive guide to understanding and successfully dealing with bullying and violence in schools”, Kiro said.

Bullying transcends beyond the school gate by way of Internet and cellphones., she said.

The following excerpts are from her comments on the report:

“Students cannot learn effectively if they are physically or verbally abused, victims of violence or bullying, or if their school is unsafe,” she said.

“The extensive reach of these forms of bullying often mean the victim gets no respite and the bullying is not restricted to time at school but is ongoing.”

“This report is not to blame and shame. While there are indications that some schools are not dealing with this problem appropriately, more schools than not are committed to providing a safe environment and have clear whole school policies and procedures to ensure the issue of bullying is addressed,” she said.

“This inquiry is focused on the way forward, with solutions and equipping teachers and schools with information on how to deal with bullying when it happens.”

“We stress that aggressive, violent and bullying antisocial behaviour will only be effectively reduced when the intervention involves an ongoing commitment at multiple levels,” Dr Kiro said.

“New Zealanders have a high tolerance for violence and while schools cannot be responsible for the ills of society, schools can make a difference in how violence is dealt with.”

Education Ministurd Anne Tolley reported said  that there was no easy solution to bullying, however she has read the report “with interest”.

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