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The Final Destination: Four More Foreigners Violently Killed in NZ

Posted by te2ataria on October 17, 2018

Young Indian man violently killed in head-on collision with another foreigner

Yatharth Vats, 23, an international student from India, was one of the drivers violently killed in a head-on crash on a deadly stretch of Taranaki highway on Sunday night.

“The name of the driver of the other vehicle, who is also foreign and died at the scene, has not yet released by police as they continue to work to notify next of kin,” police said.

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Another Indian man killed in Queenstown crash

Indian Man killed in Queenstown crash
Another young Indian man was killed in a car crash in Queenstown on Sunday, October 14. Harpreet Singh, 25, “was working at Mitre 10 Mega in Queenstown and had moved there only 6-7 months ago. He earlier worked at the same store in Botany branch in Auckland,” a report said. “Mr Singh had come to New Zealand as a student seven years ago and was supposed to travel to Punjab, India to meet his family later in December this year. ”

“Singh died when the car he was driving collided with a Southern Discoveries tourist bus carrying 14 passengers, on SH6 just south of Queenstown.”

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[Filipino?] man killed by drowning at Hot Water Beach

Name release – Hot Water Beach death
Tuesday, 16 October 2018 – 12:18pm -Waikato
The man who was killed by drowning at Hot Water Beach on Sunday 14 October was  Angelo Tuyay, who lived in Ngatea. [The victim is believed to be a Filipino.]
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-hot-water-beach-death

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How many dead in the latest road crashes?

Serious crash – Wellington Urban Motorway –
Tuesday, 16 October 2018 – 7:25pm – Wellington
A serious crash has occurred on the Wellington Urban Motorway. “The crash was reported at 7pm and involved a motorbike.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/serious-crash-wellington-urban-motorway

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Police Make Rare Admission

About 1,100 people critically injured on NZ roads in 2018 so far – only 7 died according to police!!!

Man dies from injuries sustained in 4 October crash
Tuesday, 16 October 2018 – 2:09pm  –  Canterbury
“A Christchurch man has died from injuries sustained in a crash on Sparks Road, Halswell on 4 October 2018. Callum Richard Dugan, 25, passed away yesterday in Christchurch Hospital.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/man-dies-injuries-sustained-4-october-crash

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Syphilis epidemic, algal bloom spread, Japanese stink bug invasion

Posted by te2ataria on February 24, 2018

But first…

The Final Destination: Indian student sliced to death by potato harvester

Farm worker killed by potato harvester in Pukekohe

The young farm worker who was sliced to death on Saturday “after becoming trapped in a potato harvester in Pukekohe was an Indian man whose family had spent a fortune sending him to New Zealand to study.”

The man  came from a poor family in the Punjabi village of Talwandi Salbo, according the Indian Weekender.

“His family had invested a fortune to send him to settle in New Zealand and his death had destroyed ‘a million dreams’, according to a member of the community who spoke to the Indian Weekender on condition of anonymity.”


Estimated No. of Foreigners Killed in NZ Since 2000

About 4,500 overseas visitors, international students, foreign workers and new immigrants have been killed and 30,000 others seriously injured in New Zealand since January 2000. More than 95 percent of the casualties were avoidable. [Updated January 2018]

On average, three foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 4 days, but many of the deaths go unreported.

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Cost of sexual promiscuity: ‘Rising cases of syphilis tip of the iceberg’

“A sexual health doctor says a rising number of reported cases of infectious syphilis in this country is likely to be the tip of the iceberg.”

Dr Jane Morgan from the Hamilton Sexual Health Team said 400 cases of syphilis were voluntarily reported by sexual health clinics throughout the country, up from only 80 reported cases in 2012.

However, there were a lot of other cases that are not being reported, Morgan said.

“She said that even though reporting of syphilis cases was now mandatory, the Ministry of Health was yet to get a system in place to collect the data.” [So what’s new?]

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Massive algal bloom kills hundreds more eels

What makes NZ so green?

“Hundreds of eels have died, along with carp and flying insects, in the wake of a massive algal bloom at Lake Omapere near Kaikohe.”

“The water spewing from the lake outlet had turned a glacial blue topped with a white foul-smelling foam. The river turned a bilious green, as he watched.”

[For dozens of entries on water pollution in NZ, search blog content.]

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Japanese stink bug invasion could cost NZ billions

“An invasion of the brown marmorated stink bug – the pest discovered recently in three Japanese car shipments – would devastate New Zealand’s fruit, vegetable and wine industries, destroying more than $4 billion of export value and costing thousands of jobs, according to a new report from the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER).”

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Fatal Crashes, Murders, Homicides…

Proudly Killed in New Zealand

150. Fatal Crash: Update on serious crash in Sockburn, Christchurch
Saturday, 24 February 2018 – 1:46pm – Waikato
“Police attended a serious crash involving a car and a motorcycle in Sockburn, Christchurch last night. The crash occurred at the intersection of Peer Street and Yaldhurst Road at around 10.06pm. The rider of the motorbike, a man aged 43, has since passed away in hospital.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-serious-crash-sockburn-christchurch

149. Fatal Crash Update – Horsham Downs Waikato
Saturday, 24 February 2018 – 2:16pm
“One person has died following a crash between a car and a tractor on Bankier Road in Horsham Downs around 11.20am today.
Two people managed to get out of the car but a third person died at the scene.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-crash-horsham-downs

148. Fatal incident in Western Bay of Plenty
Friday, 23 February 2018 – 9:50pm [Bay of Plenty of Deaths]
“One person is dead following an incident involving a train and an off-road vehicle between Katikati and Tauranga around 8:20pm tonight.
Three people were believed to be in the vehicle at the time of the crash.
One person died at the scene, another is being treated for minor injuries at Tauranga hospital, and the third was uninjured.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-incident-western-bay-plenty

147. Person killed, another injured in early morning crash in Maungati, near Timaru   18 Feb, 2018 6:55am
A person has died and a second is in hospital after their car plunged down a bank in Canterbury this morning.
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/accidents/news/article.cfm?c_id=13&objectid=11996944&ref=rss

146. Family remember young man killed in crash near timaru

“Ricky James Foster, 34, was killed in the crash at the intersection of Bain and Factory roads just after midnight on Tuesday.”
https://www.stuff.co.nz/timaru-herald/news/101724425/family-remember-outgoing-wanderer-killed-in-crash-near-timaru

Critical/Serious Road Injuries

  • No of incidents that have occurred since February 20: At least 17 injuries, according to private sources
  • No of incidents reported by police since February 20: ONLY 4.

Advanced Statistical Analysis:

Road Crash Victims Nos. 142 to 145 and 151 to 155 have not been identified by police.

  • No of road fatalities reported by police so far this year: 73
  • No of road fatalities reported by private sources in several districts since early February, but censored by police: 34
  • No of victims statistically resurrected by Ministry of Resurrection: At least 35   [Only 59 fatalities registered by Transport NZ as of Friday morning.]

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Bodies Found Everywhere

UPDATE: Body found in Rototuna, Hamilton
Friday, 23 February 2018 – 9:56am – Waikato
Police can now confirm the body located in Rototuna, Hamilton, on Saturday 17 February was Raymond Stirling.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-body-found-rototuna-hamilton

Murder charge following Tauranga death
Friday, 23 February 2018 – 9:59am [Bay of Plenty of Deaths and Murders]

A 21-year-old man has been charged in relation to the death of a woman in Tauranga overnight.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/murder-charge-following-tauranga-death

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Murder Mystery?  Were police involved again?

What really happened to Siegfried Newman (Siggy)?

“Police accounts of what happened to Katikati father of two Siegfried Newman, who went missing 10 years ago on February 25, are at variance with each other.

“One report says Siggy most likely died in the Kaimai Ranges on February 25, 2008, while a recent statement to SunLive from Senior Sergeant Rob Glencross, seems to indicate police believed Siggy was alive on February 26, 2008 – the day after he went missing.” https://sunlive.co.nz/news/173817-accounts-of-siggys-death-dont-agree.html

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Female Indian student killed at international school in Auckland

Posted by te2ataria on May 22, 2015

Female student from India stabbed to death at international school in Auckland

A 22-year-old female IT student from India was stabbed to death and two other students injured, one seriously with a wound to his neck.

“There was a lot of blood. It was a shock to see,” said a student.

“There was lots of blood. [The dead woman] was unconscious. I think she was dying,” said another student.

 

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Another Indian student murdered in Auckland

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.

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Two more crash victims named, one an Indian student

Posted by te2ataria on April 13, 2015

Indian Student killed in Kerepehi crash named

The 20-year-old student who was killed on State Highway 2 in Kerepehi on Friday morning has been named as Dilbag Singh Sekhon.

Police said the Indian student’s car and a truck collided.  The victim was studying in Katikati,

Victim of fatal crash near St Andrews named

Monday, 13 April 2015 – 4:41pm – Canterbury

Canterbury Police are now able to name the victim of the fatal crash near St Andrews that is reported to have occurred shortly after 2.45pm last Friday (10 April 2015). She was four year old Cloey Mikayla Faber-Thomas from Auckland. [The family probably from the U.S. ?]

The victim was a rear seat passenger in a north-bound Nissan Tida with her parents and sibling at the time of the crash.  They are being treated in Christchurch Hospital and have asked that no update on their condition be made at this time, police insist.

Witnesses report that the Nissan Tida crossed the centre line as it exited a bend south of St Andrews.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/victim-fatal-crash-near-st-andrews-named

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Another Indian student killed in Auckland

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.

murder victim tarun asthana
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.

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Headline of the Week: “Motive Unclear”

Posted by te2ataria on October 9, 2009

sent by an Aussie reader working in India [Contextualized by TEAA’s Team]

‘Indian student attacked in Melbourne, motive unclear’

The most creative [sic] headline of the week title goes to IBN Live, Press Trust Of India.

A 28-year-old student, who remains anonymous, got off from a bus at Keilor Plains train station in NW Melbourne and was attacked by two men, who repeatedly bashed him on the head with a baseball bat.

“Callous and unprovoked” is how Constipated Kevin Squires of Footscray police described the attack:

“They just kept whacking him in the back of the head.”

The victim received 20 stitches to close the gash on his head.

It’s estimated that up to 200 Indian students in Australia have been hurt in racially motivated gang attacks in 2009. Most of these attacks go unreported out of fear.


Fractured cheek … a racist gang bashed and robbed 21-year-old Melbourne student Sourabh Sharma on a train. Photo: Penny Stephens/ smh.com.aus – Image may be subject to copyright

Indian Students protest in Melbourne-
Indian students studying in Melbourne are living in fear, said the Federation of Indian Students in Australia spokesman Gautam Gupta. Photo taken during a a students’ protest on Monday June 8, 2009 after a car was torched outside an apartment block used by Indian student a day earlier. Source: topnews.in. Image may be subject to copyright.

indian taxidrivers demonstrate in Melbourne
Indian taxi drivers demonstrate outside Flinders Street station, threatening to blockade Melbourne Airport as emotions run high after the stabbing of a 23-year-old driver April 30, 2008. Taxi drivers  (ABC Online: Kathy Lord). Image may be subject to copyright.

Aussies Aren’t Smart

India’s 95,000 students represent about 20 per cent of all foreign students in Australia,  an education industry worth 15.5 billion dollars (US$13.4 billion), AFP reported.

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