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Murder Mystery: Carissa Avison’s body found in Woodhill Forest, Muriwai

Posted by te2ataria on February 17, 2017

Only one vehicle-related fatality report allowed today!

Body found in Woodhill Forest, Muriwai was that of missing 21-year-old woman Carissa Avison

The body of a woman found in Woodhill Forest, Muriwai on Wednesday night has been formally identified as that of Carissa Avison, 21-years-old, who was reported missing in Auckland in late January 2017.

RIP. Carissa Avison, 21.

http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/body-found-muriwai-formally-identified

Other News in Drips…

Will we ever know the truth about the extent of damage in Port Hills fire? Probably not!
But here’s an incomplete summary of what happened…
http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/324770/port-hills-fire-‘there’s-just-a-couple-of-bricks-left’

Yet another Fonterra milk-tanker fatal crash on SH1 in South Canterbury
One person was killed [and another is seriously injured] in the crash between the milk tanker and another vehicle on State Highway 1 near Glenavy, 20 kilometres north of Oamaru.  The incident is the latest in a number of crashes involving tankers and trucks in South Canterbury over the past two years. http://www.stuff.co.nz/timaru-herald/news/89514453/one-dead-after-vehicle-and-milk-tanker-crash-on-sh1-in-south-canterbury
Road reopens after serious Whitford crash, four people rushed to hospital

A rural South Auckland road has reopened following a serious crash in which a pregnant woman was believed to be among the four people rushed to hospital.

Tonight one man remains in a critical condition, but another man and two women are stable in Middlemore Hospital, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Initial reports following the collision between two vehicles about 9.25am on Whitford Rd was that two people were fighting for their lives and a third had serious injuries. The fourth person was moderately injured.  http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11802585

Police report: http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/crash-closes-whitford-road

NZ Police: Malevolence, Phenomenal Incompetence, Institutional Corruption

JANUARY 16 RAPE REVEALED TODAY: 14-year-old girl raped in Greymouth

A 14-year-old girl was attacked at approximately 5pm on Monday January 16th 2017, on the Westcoast wilderness trail best described as in the Blaketown area behind the BMX Park and near the aerodrome, Greymouth. She was attacked from behind by an unknown male and sexually violated in an area off the track. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/police-investigating-sexual-attack-greymouth

Facebook child rapist gets a laughable sentence

Shaun Hart coerced three [retarded] teenaged girls into sending him naked and semi-clad photos of themselves on Snapchat and Instagram, which he then used to blackmail them into granting sexual favours.

And in the case of his youngest victim – just 13 – that included “taking her virginity”.

Hart, 18, was sentenced to nine years and two months in jail when he appeared [in front of the frigging Justice Paul Davison] at the High Court in Hamilton on Friday on two charges of rape and five of blackmail.

Hart made contact online via Facebook with his first victim – an 18 year old who lives outside of the Waikato.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/89528428/Nude-photo-blackmailer-raped-13-year-old

 

Former Lynfield College account manager sentenced for theft
Rhonda Crabb, 64, who had been employed at the school for 19 years, was found guilty of the theft of more than $419,000 over a seven-year period.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/89522794/former-lynfield-college-account-manager-sentenced-for-theft

Nicky Stevens’ father, Dave Macpherson, unhappy with Waikato DHB report
Nicky Stevens, who was schizophrenic, was under a compulsory care order at the Henry Rongomau Bennett Centre in Hamilton [Waikato District Health Board] when he wandered off during an unsupervised 15-minute smoke break on March 9, 2015. He was later found dead in Waikato River three days later.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/89534382/nicky-stevens-father-dave-macpherson-unhappy-with-waikato-dhb-report

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Bad things happen to evil people!

Posted by te2ataria on September 16, 2016

Sent by a reader near Southland – Edited by Moderator B.

Fonterra powder silo explodes, tearing open  a milk silo, rupturing pipes and destroying infrastructure

A powder silo at the Fonterra plant in Edendale has exploded and collapsed on itself, a fire service spokesman says.

A source said the explosion happened in the D4 silo and a small part of a building has collapsed, rupturing some pipes on the way.

The collapse also tore open a milk silo with a capacity of 250,000 litres, leaking milk across the site.   http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/farming/84347939/fire-service-called-to-edendale-fonterra-plant

Another major fuck-up, exactly a month ago…

On August 16, massive quantities of hazardous waste were spilled at the same Southland plant, which is New Zealand’s most outdated factory.

“It was established in 1881 by entrepreneurs William Davidson and Thomas Brydone. Through their dairy industry nous and agricultural know-how they become the first dairy factory to export cheddar cheese and butter to markets around the world,” according to  Fonterra.

Other News in Drips…

An asteroid named after New Zealand: Will it be the one?

The International Astronomical Union (IAU), with nothing much to do, has approved the name “New Zealand” for an asteroid whizzing around a belt between Mars and Jupiter. It orbits the Sun once every 3.49 years and comes closest to Earth only once every seven years. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11711238

Meanwhile…

Man hit by logging truck named “Asteroid” dies
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11711202

and…

Hamilton City Council fined only $38,000 for Zookeeper’s death
The Dark Empire has been fined only $38,000 for the death of zookeeper Samantha Kudeweh, who was killed by Oz the tiger at Hamilton Zoo nearly a year ago (and no one will lose their job).
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/84330980/tiger-death-sentencing-hamilton-city-council-to-pay-38000-fine

A New Zealand death? Kids continue to be killed by farm bikes
http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/farming/84163121/a-new-zealand-death-kids-continue-to-be-killed-by-farm-bikes

Police seek witnesses to fatal Waikato crash
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/72119915/Police-seek-witnesses-to-fatal-Waikato-crash

The State’s other Stinking Secrets

Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 650 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016.

Truth about the daily carnage on the roads hurts the massive foreign investment in New Zealand including the $10 billion tourism industry.

[The Stock of total foreign investment in New Zealand: Total investment in NZ$ 322,279 million, according to the a report posted at https://www.nzte.govt.nz/en/invest/statistics/ ]

Therefore, NZ TOURISTS or truth? Campaign (police censorship of road fatalities) continues unabated…

Gravity-defying, police-doctored road-toll stay close to the 2015 fiddled figures…

ONLY 18 deaths recorded in one month (August 17 – September 16), and EVERY single one of at least 34 people who reportedly received critical/near fatal injuries over this period has apparently recovered!!!

nz-police-doctored-national-road-toll-16-sept-2016

 

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In and around of the land of hazards…

Posted by te2ataria on August 17, 2016

‘Very deep’ sink hole appears in Mt Albert

A ‘very deep’ sink hole measuring at least our metres by four metres has opened near the corner of Mt Albert and Sandringham Roads in Auckland this afternoon.  http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11695920

It’s Fonterra again! Thousands of litres hazardous waste spill at Southland Fonterra plant
Thousands of litres of hazardous waste spilled at a Fonterra plant in Southland on Tuesday morning. Staff at the Edendale factory reported 5000-litre tanks of nitric acid and caustic alkali were overflowing.
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11694598&ref=NZH_Tw

NZ’s Dozen Dirty Businesses
While NZ Steel made large profits from buying fraudulent foreign units and selling or banking the (more valuable) free units they received from Government, essentially making a large profit, the power and petrol companies, led by BP and including Z, Caltex and Genesis, were the biggest users of fraudulent units, says the morganfoundation.org.nz

Chemical spill in Motueka
Toxic hydrogen cyanamide (Hi-Cane) has leaked from a barrel on the back of a truck and onto the road in Motueka, police said.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/chemical-spill-motueka

[Hi-Cane is a plant growth regulator which promotes uniform budbreak and flowering of kiwifruit, and earlier concentrated flowering of apples. It’s a toxic chemical and can be fatal if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin. ]

Waikato Police (!) looking to locate missing kayaker
At about 5.00pm today, police were alerted to a man yelling for help while floating down the Waikato River on a blue and white kayak. A short time later, the kayak was located by staff on the water however the kayaker was missing.  http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/waikato-police-looking-locate-missing-kayaker

The State’s other Stinking Secrets

Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 568 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016.

Truth about the daily carnage on the roads hurts the massive foreign investment in New Zealand including the $10 billion tourism industry.

[The Stock of total foreign investment in New Zealand: Total investment in NZ$ 322,279 million, according to the a report posted at https://www.nzte.govt.nz/en/invest/statistics/ ]

Therefore, NZ TOURISTS or truth? Campaign (police censorship of road fatalities) continues unabated…

  • No. of road fatalities recorded by Minitru as of August 3: Only 195
  • No. of reported road fatalities between 2 and 17 August: At least 21 (See below!)
  • No. of road fatalities recorded by Minitru as of August 17: Only 210

NZ road toll as doctored by police: August 3, 2016

police doctored NZ road toll Aug 3

Christchurch fatal crash: Canterbury Police (!) have released name of the woman who was killed in a crash at the Anzac Drive and Pages Road intersection overnight.  She is 23-year-old Freedom Asha Moat. [This is at least the 21th reported fatality on NZ death roads since August 3, 2016.]  http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-%E2%80%93-christchurch-fatal-crash

nz road toll - as doctored by police - 17-8-16

 

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Another Fonterra Fu**up, Again!

Posted by te2ataria on August 5, 2013

OOPS!!!

The more unethical you are, the harder you fall!

The blog moderators hope this time, or the next fall, would break Fonterra’s back.

  • China has stopped all milk powder imports from New Zealand.
  • Russia has banned all goods made by Fonterra.
  • Saudi Arabia couldn’t give a *^%$ if more of its nationals were harmed.


Fonterra Continues to Conspire Against Chinese Infants

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New Zealand to dump more cow manure on Chile

Posted by te2ataria on March 10, 2013

submitted by a reader

New Zealand to export more cow manure to Chile by outsourcing additional milk production!

“New Zealand’s intensive farming industries produce 4 times more manure than they could safely use as fertilizer. The leftover is discharged or washed off into NZ coastal waters.


New Zealand: A cesspool of Toxic Sludge. Photo Credit: NZ Greens [Note: No implied endorsement of NZ Greens is intended.]

Fonterra can become the biggest dairy exporter in the world by outsourcing  more of its milk production, says John Key!!

To that end, Chileans are being hoodwinked by the NZ Prime Minister to produce more milk for the dairy giant.

Fonterra produces 17 billion litres of milk a year in New Zealand and buys an additional 5 billion liters “to produce product in other countries like Chile to process and export to a third country,” according to a report by Newstalk ZB.

“We’re already producing five billion offshore, that number could grow dramatically and all of a sudden Fonterra becomes not just a large dairy company on a worldwide scale it potentially becomes the global champion and the biggest in the world,” said the PM.

Fonterra Hormone-Tainted Milk Powder Feeds Breast !!


Fonterra Continues to Conspire Against Chinese Infants

Fire-earth Blog wrote:

New Zealand is the size of Colorado yet it hosts up to 94 million farm animals (livestock excluding poultry), which discharge an estimated 300 million tons of effluent to the environment each year. New Zealand’s intensive animal industries produce about 4 times more manure than they could safely use as fertilizer. [The leftover is discharged or washed off into NZ coastal waters.]

A reader on Yahoo site wrote:

The dairy industry with its intensive immoral ways will suffer. Let us free NZ of its scandalous money grabbing, cow destroying, enviromental disatorious ways. And who is encouraging this behaviour? Our very own John Key!

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Chinese watchdog had it right, first!

Posted by te2ataria on August 29, 2010

New Zealand food products are UNSAFE!

China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision originally acted correctly by blacklisting cosmetics from New Zealand.

It defies logic and sanity why they had to remove New Zealand from their blacklist.

Chinese people should be entitled to use safe  products from other countries.

China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision last week published on its website a blacklist of food and cosmetic products from a number of nations, including New Zealand.

It said the products posed potential health risks and had been destroyed, returned or converted to other uses.

[Unfortunately] the Chinese watchdog has since removed the list from its website. NZPA

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Fonterra launches another milk war on China

Posted by te2ataria on August 11, 2010

sent by a reader

First the Opium Wars, Now the Tainted-Milk Wars!

Fonterra Wages a New Tainted-Milk War on  the “Yellow” Babies

While New Zealand military is busy murdering “brown” kids in Afghanistan and elsewhere, its top corporation wages a new tainted-milk war against the “yellow” babies in China.

Fonterra Hormone-Tainted Milk Powder Feeds Breast !!


Fonterra Continues to Conspire Against Chinese Infants

A Chinese infant formula company,  Synutra International Inc, says its milk powder, which  has caused infant girls to grow breasts, was imported from New Zealand.

Fonterra, the Dairy Goliath, has confirmed that it  supplied the milk powder in question to Synutra International.

The milk powder is tainted with the oestrogen hormones, which are forbidden in milk powder products.

A reader on Yahoo site said:

The dairy industry with its intensive immoral ways will suffer. Let us free NZ of its scandalous money grabbing, cow destroying, enviromental disatorious ways. And who is encouraging this behaviour? Our very own John Key!

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Spin the Free-Trade Bottle

Posted by te2ataria on October 27, 2009

sent by a reader [edited by TEAA]

And sign a deal with biggest idiots on the bloc

When someone like John Key welcomes the signing of a new trade deal, you can bet your bottom dollar that the other party is shafted, significantly.

Nijab Razak - key - reuters
Nijab Razak PM of Malaysia and John Key the honorary Israeli consul in New Zealand doubling as NZ PM. It’s the gentleman’s agreement for the details that cannot be written in the cobnreact; they just shake on it. Photo: Reuters. Image may be subject to copyright.

Trade Minister Tim Groser signed New Zealand’s seventh free-trade agreement (FTA), more appropriately FAT, in Kuala Lumpur last night.

Starting 2010, almost all tariffs between the two countries will be phase-out under the new agreement.

Where else can New Zealand dump the tainted agricultural and dairy produce and poisoned kiwifruits, but in the third world, backward, backwater countries?

Tainted, poisonous produce, and defective products and services:

Kiwi exporters will get improved market access in agriculture, dairy, manufactured goods, and services such as education, environment, management consulting and veterinary services.

Time to export the poisonous kiwifruits, tainted butter, cheese, and Fonterra-San-Lu grade milk powder DUTY FREE!

Time to also remove the ridiculous 50 per cent tariffs from New Zealand whiteware. Fisher & Paykel and the likes need room to grow. Let export the exploding refrigerators and instantaneous-combustion cookers and ovens beyond our borders.

Replenish the import of “black” and “brown” students to be raped, beaten and murdered.

Let’s boost the number of foreign fee-paying b*stards to New Zealand. Malaysia’s 15,000 “darkies” in New Zealand not enough!

Why not send the lot of the little f++kers to Christchurch?

Finally, let’s take the dumbbells to cleaners

To do that we’ll tell the “third-wits” to relax their tough rules for foreign investment, or the whole deal is off!

Why should wine be excluded?

Malaysia has refused to include any alcohol-related products under the deal, although the wine trade is worth only about $1.5m a year.

Don’t give me any of that horse manure about religious sensitivities, Malaysians are kitchen drinkers! NZ wine exporters must NOT lose out.

Key said the agreement was another step in forging better trade and other links with Southeast Asia.

It’s John Key’s “other links” Malaysian should be afraid of.

“From New Zealand’s point of view, this is a fast-growing market – it’s a billion-dollar market that has expanded by 80 per cent in the last four or five years,” Key said in Kuala Lumpur.

“The NZ-Malaysia FTA is a significant step forward in relations with Malaysia and further evidence of our economic integration with Asia.”

Key said Southeast Asia was a region of dramatic economic growth and presented huge opportunities for New Zealand.

More like dumping opportunities, really.

“This is where the action is … certainly if we’re going to lift exports as a percentage of GDP, the fastest and most effective place to target that growth is Asia.”

What about Human Trafficking?

Can’t write the sex deals in the contract. It’s the gentleman’s agreement; they just shake on it.

Meanwhile,

An Indonesian housemaid has died in a Malaysian hospital, nearly a week after being found beaten and locked in a bathroom at her employers’ home.

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100-percent inhumanity

Posted by te2ataria on September 29, 2009

sent by a reader

100 % Pure Shame

To those folks who still buy meat and dairy products from New Zealand:

First: Shame on you for participating in 100% animal torture.

Second: Have you any idea where the meat you are eating comes from?

dead calves - NZ
Dead calves photographed outside one of the Crafar Farms’ sheds. Photo: interest.co.nz. Image may be subject to copyright.

Another Fonterra Seal of Shame

The following video below obtained by www.interest.co.nz shows dozens of calves starving and near death at Crafar Farms’ Benneydale dairy farm between Tokoroa and Te Kuiti earlier this month.

Take a look [Warning: Image are shocking]:

Crafar Farms pleaded guilty to 56 charges of neglecting dozens of dead and dying cows at one of its Hawkes Bay farms in September 2006, but was fined just NZ$200 and allowed to continue operating, Hawkes Bay Today reported.

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Blame it on Iodine Deficiency

Posted by te2ataria on September 9, 2009

The ‘Brickhead’ syndrome has genetic roots!

[Blame it on iodine deficiency, if you really must. But the roots of kiwi kids dumbness is 70 percent genetic, 15-20 percent environmental and another 10-15 percent dietary.]

New Zealand children’s intelligence  may have been stunted, according to new research.

Researchers at Otago ‘University’ say the dysfunctional kiwi kids could be cured if they took a little bit of iodine!

“Mild iodine deficiency has been an increasing problem in New Zealand over the past two decades and may be preventing children from attaining their full intellectual potential, said researcher Sheila Skeaff.” NZPA said.

“While children eating fortified bread should benefit through improving their iodine status, those who do not eat it should be taking steps to increase their iodine intakes in other ways,” she said.

Slam! Bam! Thank you …

Skeaff said parents should feed their kids iodized salt.

“Parents should also consider giving children who do not eat commercial breads an iodine-containing multimineral supplement,” she said.

“Skeaff, principal investigator at the university’s department of human nutrition, said that moderate to severe deficiency of iodine was well-known for its sometimes disastrous effects on children’s brain development, which could include cretinism.” NZAP said.

Previously it had been thought that mild iodine deficiency would not affect thinking capacity.

“Our findings challenge this assumption,” she said.

“They also show that the new era of mandatory fortification of most bread with iodized salt is a good move … which may reap even greater benefits than initially thought.”

So that’s the solution then. Give pakeha kids iodized salt; watch them grow up with improved thinking capacity [the mutant genes would just disappear!] After that, they could come to their senses and might just leave this country and go home.

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Bravo Brazil

Posted by te2ataria on April 27, 2009

sent by a reader

Brazilians pass with flying colors where colonized China failed!

By failing to prosecute Fonterra directors for their part in killing scores of Chinese kids [exact number is a state secret] and sickening another half a million, Chinese government proved to the world that they are NOT in charge, despite being in power!

Brazil court convicts NZ man over Ponzi scheme

Brazilian court convicted a New Zealander [pakeha,] an Israeli and two Britons of running an international investment scam that fleeced scores of victims, the media reported the officials as saying.

pakeha Alan Craig Chard was  sentenced to nearly 6 years in prison, after he was found guilty of fraud.

The Israeli, Doron Mukamal, was received 24 years and four months for ‘masterminding’ the Ponzi scheme in Sao Paulo, the state prosecutor’s office said.

The judge found him guilty of fraud and money laundering and ordered the several properties Mukamal had purchased in Sao Paulo and large sums of money to be  confiscated.

Source: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10569053

Any wonder why New Zealanders treat Chinese people like “harmful insects?”

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Fonterra doesn’t like to be caught redhanded

Posted by te2ataria on March 17, 2009

sent  by a reader

It’s Indonesian palm oil, this time!

Fonterra,New Zealand’s Dairy Goliath, must be dissolved—after the directors are prosecuted for their part in killing dozens of Chinese babies [the exact number still unknown] and sickening about one half of a million others

By now most everyone in the world knows Fonterra doesn’t play by the rules—and they don’t like to be caught red handed.

The following article was published today in nzherald [Photo and caption not included]

Fonterra seeks $17m lawsuit against newspaper

Tuesday Mar 17, 2009

Fonterra is seeking a billion rupee (about $17 million) gagging writ over a Sri Lankan newspaper allegation that its milk products have been adulterated with palm oil or other vegetable oil.

anleneAlthough Analene milk drink is somewhat safer than Sanlu products, it’s not suitable  for children under the age of 2 years. Just two servings of Analene provide 100% of your recommended [palm oil?] Photo: Fonterra/Analene. Image may be subject to copyright.

Fonterra Brands Lanka has sought a court order to stop daily newspaper Heladiwa Irida Sangrahaya and its editor Dharma Sri Kariyawasam from re-publishing the claim.

It is asking for a billion rupees as damages if the claim is again published.

A Colombo District Court judge Sampath Wijeratne is considering the New Zealand dairy giant’s case against newspaper owner, Sayuri Newspapers.

In New Zealand, a Fonterra spokesman told NZPA the company expected to be able to comment after seeking details from its overseas staff.

Fonterra’s lawyer, Romesh de Silva, told the court the company imported and distributed milkpowder for brands including Anchor, Red Cow and Raththi, Anmum, Anlene, and Anchor Shape.

On March 15, the newspaper printed an article and editorial alleging the milk products did not contain full cream, but instead added palm oil and vegetable oil.

Fonterra complained it was a false and baseless allegation, and that the newspaper was planning to launch a poster campaign and continue to publish similar articles.

Fonterra last year found itself a key player in the tainted-milk products scandal in China, after six babies died and many others became ill.

Milk made by Sanlu, 43 per cent owned by Fonterra, was found to be tainted with melamine, a toxic industrial compound that can give a false positive on protein tests. Copyright NZPA/nzherald.

The following article was published today in dailymirror.lk:

Order on defamatory campaign today

By Susitha R. Fernando

The Colombo District Court yesterday fixed for today the order to prevent a defamatory campaign being carried out against well known milk products importer Fonterra Brands.

Colombo District Judge, Sampath Wijeratne made the order following a civil application filed by Fonterra Brands Lanka (Private) Limited citing  Sayuri Newspapers (Pvt) Limited and the Heladiwa Irida Sangrahaya editor Dharma Sri Kariyawasam.

Supporting the application Romesh de Silva PC with Sugath Caldera and Eraj de Silva instructed by Sudath Perera Associates told court that the company was involved in importing and distributing milk power products including Anchor, Red Cow and Raththi and the defendant newspaper which claimed to be a national newspaper in its March 15, 2009 publication  had carried an article and an editorial with contents that defamed the company. The publication had alleged that all milk products imported and available in the market in Sri Lanka did not contain full cream but instead added palm oil and vegetable oil. The plaintiff complained that it was a false and baseless allegation with regard to its milk products and would cause an irreparable loss as they were used by children and expectant mothers.

The counsel further said the defendants were planning to launch a poster campaign and continue to publish similar articles in the said newspaper.

The company said it had obtained Sri Lanka Standards Institution (SLS) certificate and the alleged article was wrongful and damaged the reputation of its enterprise.

Fonterra Brands Lanka (Private) Limited asked for an enjoining order preventing the defendants from printing and publishing any article that would be defamatory of the company and demanded Rs. 1000 million as damages.

Romesh de Silva PC with Sugath Caldera and Eraj de Silva instructed by Sudath Perera appeared for Fonterra Brands. Copyright the author, or news agency.

http://www.dailymirror.lk/DM_BLOG/Sections frmNewsDetailView.aspx?ARTID=43542

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Stay Healthy! Say NO to Fonterra Products!

Posted by te2ataria on February 21, 2009

submitted by a reader

The bloody Government has known about the contamination since February 11, the bloody Food Safety Minister says

Another melamine scare involving Fonterra

February 21, 2009,
Source: http://nz.news.yahoo.com/a/-/top-stories/5335459/melamine-scare-involving-fonterra/

There is another melamine contamination scare involving Fonterra milk products.

An iron supplement added to 12 fortified milk powder products has been found to be contaminated. It comes from a company in Germany.

Fonterra says it has stopped using the supplement, and is sourcing a replacement.

Food Safety Minister Kate Wilkinson says tests show no melamine above the regulatory safe levels has made its way into the food chain. She says by the time it makes its way into the final product it is so diluted down it falls below detectable levels, and there is no risk to the public.

Kate Wilkinson says the Government has known about the scare since February 11, but kept quiet while tests were being done to avoid panic. She says it was important to get all the tests done properly, and that the product was isolated to make sure it was not getting onto shop shelves. Copyright author or the news agency.

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Fonterra: Guilty of Murder!

Posted by te2ataria on February 1, 2009

The Chinese are still victimized by colonial New Zealand

Screw turns on Fonterra to come clean

By DEIDRE MUSSEN – Sunday Star Times | Sunday, 01 February 2009

Calls are mounting for Fonterra to release documents at the centre of the melamine baby milk scandal in China, with a New Zealand legal expert rubbishing the dairy giant’s claims it could not release the information for legal reasons.

[Even in their own country, China, women and children are unprotected against pakeha malevolence.]

A Chinese mother, whose baby died from drinking tainted milk, holds a sign reading “Give me back my baby” outside Shijiazhuang Intermediate People’s Court, Hebei province January 22, 2009. Families hit by China’s toxic milk scandal demanded revenge, compensation and plain answers on Thursday as they awaited the sentencing of company executives accused of wrongdoing. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA).
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Sanlu chairwoman Tian Wenhau last week said she allowed melamine to be added to its infant milk formula on the advice of its New Zealand shareholder. Fonterra has confirmed it gave her a document about Europe’s safe limits of melamine in food, but said it made it clear zero was the only acceptable melamine level.

Tian’s lawyer, Liu XinWei, told the Sunday Star-Times from China he was unable to release the Fonterra documents because they were with the Chinese courts, but confirmed they showed Europe’s highest permissible level of melamine in food was 30mg/kg.

He said Tian, who was sentenced to life in prison after she was found guilty on December 31 of producing and selling false or substandard products, told the court she allowed up to 15mg/kg of melamine in milk on the basis of Fonterra’s information after August 1 last year. That was the date Sanlu, in which Fonterra had a 43% stake, discovered melamine was the contaminant making Chinese babies die or become sick.

Fonterra learned of the contamination the following day, but Sanlu stopped producing milk only on September 12, despite Fonterra’s push for a recall of all its milk. According to Chinese media reports, the Fonterra document was given to Sanlu on August 13.

Wellington media lawyer Steven Price, a law lecturer at Victoria University, said he knew of no legal reasons preventing information about a case in China from being revealed in New Zealand and called for Fonterra to release the documents, doubting it would affect Tian’s appeal.

“Our sub judice laws do not stop Fonterra here from releasing documents because it might prejudice the case. It seems a bit self-serving by them.

“It’s conceivable that they might not want to release them. Had these documents contained a very clear document saying that zero tolerance was allowed, would they be so reluctant to release them?”

He said if Tian appealed her conviction, it would not be considered by a jury so publication of any documents would not affect her case.

Give back their babies Mr Andrew Ferrier, or do the honorable thing!

[At least] Six babies died and [many] more than 290,000 were seriously harmed by drinking the contaminated milk. Sanlu and 21 other dairy companies had offered 200,000 yuan ($57,000) for families whose children died, 30,000 yuan ($9000) for serious cases such as kidney stones and acute kidney failure, and 2000 yuan ($600) for less severe cases.

Chinese parents whose children died from drinking tainted milk, hold signs reading “Give me back my baby. Demand judicial fairness” outside Shijiazhuang Intermediate People’s Court, Hebei province January 22, 2009. Families hit by China’s toxic milk scandal demanded revenge, compensation and plain answers on Thursday as they awaited the sentencing of company executives accused of wrongdoing. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA). Image may be subject to copyright.

According to China’s Oriental Morning Post newspaper, 11 victims plan to lodge legal action in Chinese courts to sue Sanlu and Fonterra over the melamine tragedy.

University of Canterbury political science senior lecturer Dr Anne-Marie Brady, a specialist in Chinese politics, questioned the dairy giant’s motives in giving Sanlu information about safe melamine guidelines in Europe when the company would have already known the melamine contamination was malicious because of extremely high levels detected.

“[Tian] is taking the blame for a large number of people,” she said.

Fonterra chief executive Andrew Ferrier told a press conference last week the document on European melamine levels had been given to Tian by a Fonterra director on Sanlu but the company made it clear to Sanlu that zero melamine was the only acceptable level. Fonterra would not answer further questions from the Star-Times.

According to its website, the European Food Safety Authority provisionally recommended in July 2007 that a tolerable daily limit of melamine from food for humans and domestic animals was 0.5mg/kg body weight per day, based on figures from the Scientific Committee of Food (SFA). A specific migration rate of melamine from plastic of 30mg/kg of food was agreed on by the SFA, assuming the maximum food eaten was 1kg for a 60kg person. Screw turns on Fonterra to come clean –  http://www.stuff.co.nz/4834852a11.html – Copyright author or respective news agency.

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Violent Crimes and Pollution in New Zealand: UP!

Posted by te2ataria on October 2, 2008

submitted by a reader

UP Goes the No. of Violent Crimes in Poxy New Zealand!

146 violent crimes each day [up from 130 per day in 2007]

Police crime statistics [though heavily massaged] for the year ending June 30 revealed: 

  • 11 percent jump in violent crime in New Zealand
  • 53,436 violent incidents in the same 12 months period [5,878 MORE violent incidents than previous 12 months ]
  • 52 percent increase in recorded youth crime compared with 8 years ago up from 3,301 to 5,029 violent offences (Source)

Meanwhile thanks to Fonterra [yes, the same people involved in Fonterra-Sanlu tainted baby formula corporate manslaughter case in China,] New Zealand’s waterways are more of a sewage dump than they were 5 years ago.

The Forest & Bird and Fish & Game reported that the Dairying and Clean Streams Accord, which was signed in 2003 by [corporate homicide agents] Fonterra and the [criminal] government of New Zealand, “had not only failed to improve water quality but … rivers and streams had worsened.”

The “Accord” was aimed at improving the quality of New Zealand waterways by reducing the huge volumes of dairy effluent and nutrients currently entering them.

The water quality in rivers and streams of Waikato region, which is home to about 50 percent of the country’s dairy farms, has substantially deteriorated. The high level of bacterial pollution has made the water dangerous for stock to drink, and for people to swim.  (Sources include NZPA.)

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