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National outbreak of whooping cough declared –MoH

Posted by te2ataria on December 2, 2017

WARNING! SEVERE Karmic Events Occurring Throughout NZ! ARE YOU READY?



Another national outbreak of whooping cough declared in poxy New Zealand

A national outbreak of whooping cough has been declared, following 1,315 reported cases of the disease since January 2017, the Ministry of Heath reported.

“Babies under one year old are most vulnerable to the disease and often catch it from older siblings, their parents or family members and friends,” said Ministry of Health Director of Public Health Dr Caroline McElnay.

“The best way to protect babies is for pregnant women to get their free immunisation against whooping cough between 28 and 38 weeks of pregnancy, and take their baby for their free immunisations when they’re six weeks, three months and five months old.” Any siblings should also be up-to-date with their immunisations – older children receive free boosters at four and eleven years of age. If people are unsure whether they or their children have been immunised, they can talk to their health practitioner, doctor or nurse.

“New Zealand’s most recent national outbreak spanned from August 2011 to December 2013, with about 11,000 cases notified. A total of 3 deaths in babies and young children occurred during this period, with hundreds needing hospital treatment.”

Myrtle rust found in Wellington region

Myrtle rust, the fungal plant disease, has been found in Lower Hutt, north of Wellington the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) reported.

MPI laboratory confirmed positive infection in 3 ramarama (Lophmyrtus bullata) plants in a Hutt Valley garden Thursday night.

“The 2-metre-high plants are in a row and are heavily infected, says the myrtle rust response incident controller Catherine Duthie.

“Myrtle rust is a fungus that attacks – and can potentially seriously affect – myrtle species plants, including natives such as pōhutukawa, ramarama, mānuka and rātā.”

“This new find, significantly further south of other known infection in the upper North Island, is very disappointing,” Duthie says.

Water Shortages, Drought…

Wellington’s emergency reserves are empty

“Wellington’s water crisis is deepening despite usage dropping with the rollout of a sprinkler ban, and more restrictions are likely sooner rather than later. On Friday, available water only outstripped usage by two million litres, and that was with the region already drawing heavily from emergency lake supplies that would normally remain untapped until late January.” https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/99447972/More-water-restrictions-likely-in-Wellington-as-emergency-reserves-are-drained

E.coli found again in Napier water supply

Drink! Drink! It’s good for you!

Chlorine has been added to the Napier’s water supply’s water for the third time this year after positive E.coli readings.  http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11951310

Proudly Killed in New Zealand, and

(lucky enough to make it to the official toll)

Fatal crash Motutere, Taupo
Friday, 1 December 2017 – 8:27pm – [Bay of Plenty of Deaths]
Another motorcyclist was killed in a crash with an unspecified vehicle in Motutere, Taupo around 6.48pm.  http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-crash-motutere-taupo

Name release: Fatal crash in Wairarapa 29 November 2017
Friday, 1 December 2017 – 10:43am – Wellington
The man who was killed in a motorbike and logging truck collision on SH53, south Wairarapa, on November 29 was [Dutchman?] Marco Overdijk, who lived in Martinborough.

Person killed by drowning at Maori Bay near Muriwai
Friday, 1 December 2017 – 4:48pm – Waitemata
“Police received a report of a person in trouble in the water at Maori Bay near Muriwai at approximately 3:35pm.”
[By the time emergency services responded and located the man, he was dead in the water.]

Murder, Homicide…

Hawke’s Bay man dies in hospital
Friday, 1 December 2017 – 8:10pm – Eastern
“The 47-year-old Hawke’s Bay man who was admitted to hospital with critical injuries on the 17th of November has died. He died in Hawke’s Bay Hospital this afternoon.”

No charges over Auckland swimmer’s death
Police will not lay charges over the death of Westlake High School teacher Leslie Gelberger, who was struck by a boat earlier this year, a report said. The victim’s body was found in Auckland Harbour near Mairangi Bay in April.
[Unfortunately, the boat owner was a far more important person that the teacher.]

Police Assassinations, Extrajudicial Executions, Attempted Murders…

Police chases in Auckland are hourly routines

Two injured, one seriously, after police chase in Auckland
Two people were rushed to hospital, one with serious injuries, after they were injured in yet anotherrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr police car chase in Auckland.


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The sad state of our 100% pure, crunchy, yellowish green water…

Posted by te2ataria on January 23, 2016


Canterbury artist protesting at the “sad state” of the Selwyn River

Canterbury artist Mike Glover, of Springston, has designed a “protest sign” aimed at the Selwyn District Council to take action on improving Selwyn’s heavily polluted waters.

“With high E.coli levels and toxic algae warnings, it is tough to find a safe spot to have a dip in Selwyn this summer, Glover said. The water quality grading of the Selwyn River at the Upper Selwyn Huts has been ‘very poor’ for years,” he said. http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/mid-canterbury-selwyn/76145756/pointed-protest-over-selwyn-river-water-quality

“As a local resident and ratepayer I’ve looked at the ‘Temporary Health Warning’ sign here for many years.”

Glover’s 10-year-old daughter cannot swim at the river, because swimming is not permitted there.

“A whole generation of kids is growing up thinking the swimming pool is the place to swim as the river is too polluted,” he said.

“The temporary health warning sign is older than my girl and… [it] is an insult to the people who live here, pay their rates and deserve better.”

“The water quality in the lower Selwyn River – from Coes Ford down – is affected by intensive land use. Recent rule changes and the collaborative measures of the Canterbury Water Management Strategy are leading to improved land management in the area and we expect to see improved water quality as a result of this,” said ECan’s senior surface water science manager Tim Davie

Selwyn District Council David Ward told Stuff the river was not a council issue. [comes under  divine jurisdiction, perhaps?]

Surely, the water in Marlborough Sounds is 100% pure and green?

Marlborough Sounds shellfish: one bite on the fish and you are a vegetable!
The Ministry for Primary Industries has issued a public health warning after routine tests of shellfish samples at Onapua Bay, in the Tory Channel, showed unsafe levels of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning.

Mussels, oysters, tuatua, pipi, toheroa, cockles, scallops, catseyes, kina and all other bivalve shellfish should not be eaten.

Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning could cause symptoms between 10 minutes and three hours after eating, the warning said.

Symptoms could include numbness and tingling, difficulty swallowing or breathing, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, paralysis, respiratory failure, and in severe cases, death.

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NZ Visitor Warning: E.coli detected in milk, listeria in yogurt

Posted by te2ataria on October 22, 2008

New Zealand Health Bulletin # 22. E.coli found in NZ milk, and listeria in yogurt products

E.coli bacteria was detected in milk from a dairy factory in New Zealand. The yogurt produced by the same factory was found to contain listeria.

The milk samples were found to contain “high levels” of E.coli. The contamination was most probably due to pasteurised milk coming into contact with fecal matter. E.coli can cause serious illnesses, including gastroenteritis.

The yogurt produced by the same factory, was found to contain listeria monocytogenes.

Listeria monocytogenes [Excerpt from Wikipedia]

Listeria monocytogenes is a bacterium commonly found in soil, stream water, sewage, plants, and food.[1] Each bacterium is gram-positive and rod-shaped. Listeria are known to be the bacteria responsible for listeriosis, a rare but lethal food-borne infection that has a devastating case fatality rate of 25%[2] (Salmonella, in comparison, has a less than 1% mortality rate[3]). They are incredibly hardy and able to grow in temperatures ranging from 4°C (39°F), the temperature of a refrigerator, to 37°C (99°F), the body’s internal temperature[1]. Furthermore, listerosis’s deadliness can be partially attributed to the infection’s ability to spread to the nervous system and cause meningitis.[1] Finally, Listeria has a particularly high occurrence rate in newborns because of its ability to infect the fetus by penetrating the endothelial layer of the placenta.[2]

Do NOT consume milk, or yogurt products from Happy Valley Dairies, bearing in mind that this may not be an isolated incident. Indeed, dairy products made by other New Zealand factories could be contaminated, since the dairy industry in NZ follows similar practices of food safety and hygiene.

On September 29, 2008, New Zealand’s Tatua Cooperative Dairy Company Ltd, one of the world’s largest exporters of dairy protein lactoferrin suspended exports because its products were found  to be contaminated by melamine.

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