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another 80-second tour around sad NZ

Posted by te2ataria on June 1, 2018

S H A M E   O N   Y O U!

Foreword: What does a failed country look like? 

“We have a [kosher] white supremacist establishment that shame even Donald Trump [NY mafia,] spend billions on an incompetent and unnecessary military, and let a brutal police force [and private security/spy firms] run the country [and commit murder and other heinous crimes] with absolute impunity, but have no clean water [and go blind while waiting for eye care, or die within hours of being released from hospital, while a significant portion of the taxpayers’ money goes toward servicing money-laundering operations, instead of feeding the 325,000 kids – and their families – who live below the poverty line… and we allow Chinese gangsters and the likes to inflate property prices, making home ownership impossible for many ] in New Zealand…” — A Reader

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Homelessness in Nelson ‘as bad as big cities’

[Many] more than 40,000 New Zealanders were classed as homeless in 2016, according to research carried out University of Otago.

Census data showed the number of homeless people in Nelson almost doubled to 400 in the seven years to 2013.” [The homeless who failed to answer the Census FIVE YEARS AGO are not included in the data!!!]

“Nelson mayor Rachel Reese said there was no central register for recording accurately, but now, five years on from the 2013 Census, the number was bound to be higher.” [No shit!!!]

“What we do know, based on Census data, is that between 2006 and 2013, Nelson, Auckland and Wellington regions showed the biggest increase in homelessness – and where Nelson sits is very poorly understood at a government level,” the useless mayor said.

Defence Force Turns Toxic

With a Frigging Defence Force like this, we better not make any foreign enemies

Toxic foam: Defence Force blocks vital water contamination data
“New Zealand Defence Force is blocking a regional council from getting vital information it needs to investigate toxic firefighting foam contamination in its water supply.”

“Horizons Regional Council covers the area from Ruapehu to Horewhenua. It asked NZDF weeks ago for modelling about groundwater movements under the contaminated Ohakea airbase – it received nothing. The Ministry for the Environment also refused its plea for help trying to finding out how drinking water in Bulls was contaminated with low levels of foam chemicals, PFAS.”

Escaped murder in the hands of police, but are seriously ill? Suffering from cholesterol increase, uric acid increase, thyroid disease, testicular and kidney cancer, pregnancy induced hypertension, diabetes [and associated eye diseases,] birth weight decrease, or even worse? You may have been poisoned by NZ Defence Force!

They find ’em here, they find ’em there, they find dead bodies everywhere!

No of Bodies Found Today: 1

“Unexplained” Death in Dunedin –  Friday, 1 June 2018 – Southern

The body of a man was found at Brighton Beach today. “Police are looking to identify the body and the death is being treated as unexplained.”

Brighton is a tiny seaside town located within the city limits of Dunedin, about 15km from city centre, on New Zealand’s South Island. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-body-found-brighton-beach

Bio Hazards

Shellfish biotoxin alert – Pelorus Sound and the Hawke’s Bay/Gisborne region

Health warnings have been extended


Myrtle rust spreads into Marlborough

The destructive fungus infects plants in Havelock and Renwick
Myrtle rust is now established in almost all regions identified as vulnerable, with about 550 reported cases, and government agencies have given up on trying to eradicate the disease.

Health and Safety

Wairoa woman dies after her urgent operation was postponed


Half of Hawkes Bay DHB bullied, harassed

55 percent of the staff at Hawke’s Bay District Health Board say they were bullied or harassed at work last year.  https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/358732/half-of-hawkes-bay-dhb-bullied-harassed

When the Living Have NO Human Rights, the Dead Should Go…

Proudly Killed in New Zealand

Fatal crash – SH 47
Friday, 1 June 2018 – [Bay of Plenty of Deaths]
One person was killed in a crash on State Highway 47, which occurred at 5.40pm today.
“Another person has sustained serious injuries and is being transported to hospital by helicopter.”

Fatal crash near Wellsford
Friday, 1 June 2018 – Waitemata
One person was killed in a two-vehicle collision north of Wellsford at around 11.15am. “The driver of the other vehicle has been airlifted to Auckland Hospital in a serious condition.”

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Myrtle rust found for first time in Manawatu -MPI

Posted by te2ataria on March 19, 2018

Foreword: Seriously ill? Suffering from cholesterol increase, uric acid increase, thyroid disease, testicular and kidney cancer, pregnancy induced hypertension, diabetes [and associated eye diseases,] birth weight decrease, or even worse? You may have been poisoned by NZ Defence Force. [See bottom of page!]

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Myrtle rust spreading throughout the country

Myrtle rust has been found in Manawatu for the first time, the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has just confirmed.

The fungus was detected on a young ramarama (Lophomyrtus) in a planted area off Victoria Esplanade in Palmerston North, said MPI.

“It is disheartening that myrtle rust has been detected in another region, but it is consistent with the expected infection pattern,” said myrtle rust response spokesperson Dr Catherine Duthie.

“Residents can help, by checking the myrtle plants in their garden. At this time of year, the fungus is still in its sporulation, or spreading, stage. This means it is very visible. Without touching the plant, you can look on either side of the leaves and new shoots for any sign of a bright yellow, powdery eruption. Some leaves could also be buckled or twisted, or look diseased with dry pustules that are grey or brown. It’s really important not to touch the plants or brush against them, as this can disrupt the spores and speed up its spread.”  https://www.mpi.govt.nz/news-and-resources/media-releases/myrtle-rust-found-for-first-time-in-manawatu/

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Why is NZDF used to crackdown on home-grown cannabis?

Because it’ll help to stabilize the market price of lucrative drugs that enrich the establishment!

Cannabis crackdown uncovers 10,000 marijuana plants…

“About 10,000 cannabis plants have been seized as part of an annual police operation supported by the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF),” said a report.

Why is the NZDF involved?

They’re instructed to destroy local competition to ensure the price of other drugs like “P” and cocaine will remain stable. The drug cartel that controls the market in NZ and Pacific Islands [their associates include key government officials and powerful members of  the establishment] is  determined to retain its monopoly over sales of lucrative illicit drugs in the region.

See also multiple blog entries on seizures of drugs smuggled into NZ by third-party hopefuls trying to steal market share from the cartel:

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Three more people died from injuries sustained in the weekend’s crashes —Informed source

Death toll for the weekend reaches at least six [as reported by police and informed sources]

Also killed on our suicide roads today:

Fatal crash in Paparoa, Northland
Monday, 19 March 2018 – 3:18pm  – Northland
At least one person was killed in a violent crash on SH12 near Paparoa, earlier today, police said.

“… two others have been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after a major crash in Northland in which one of the vehicles burst into flames.”

Fatal crash Mangakino, Otorohanga
Monday, 19 March 2018 – 5:41pm – Waikato
At least one person was killed in a violent crash on Tahae Road, Mangakino in the Otorohanga District, police said.

Police Must Pay Damages for Their Reckless Action that Caused the Death of Carmen Yanko

Friends of innocent motorist killed in police pursuit fundraise to pay for funeral


Operation: RESURRECT – giving the road fatality victims a second chance!!

Police have reported about 46% of road fatalities so far this year

Our advanced statistical models show police have reported about 46% of road fatalities that have occurred in NZ so far this year. That’s only 112 fatalities out of 237 (margin of error: ±3 percent).

  • Additionally, only about three dozens out of hundreds of critical injuries sustained by victims on our suicide roads have been reported since January.

Ministry of Resurrection have resurrected at least 23 victims of the reported road fatalities, reducing the fake official death toll to just 89, as of this morning. [Pigs can fly in “creative” New Zealand!  She’s the “third most creative country in the world.”

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If you’re seriously ill, you may have been poisoned by the government!

Toxic foam [most definitely] tainted drinking water

Is there a single branch/agency of government that doesn’t harm us?

The authorities have finally admitted toxic firefighting foam, which contains PFAS class of chemicals that are highly soluble in water and are linked to cancer and other illnesses, “may have made its way into drinking water near Whenuapai in Auckland,” a report said.

[Human Health Effects associated with PFAS in general population and DW contaminated sites include Cholesterol increase, Uric Acid increase, Thyroid disease, Testicular and Kidney cancer, Pregnancy induced hypertension, Diabetes, Birth weight decrease, and much, much more…]

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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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Serious statistical deficit in reported road fatalities for Nov. 2017 confirms cover-up…

Posted by te2ataria on November 23, 2017

More evidence of lying, cheating police, Ministry of Transport doctoring the road toll…

More on the above later…


Myrtle rust appears in west Auckland

“The fungal plant disease myrtle rust has been found for the first time in the Auckland region,” MPI reported.

“The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) says a serious infection of several hundred Lophomyrtus (ramarama) plants has been confirmed on a commercial plant production property in the Waimauku area of west Auckland.

“Myrtle rust is a fungus that attacks and can seriously affect myrtle species plants including some significant natives such as pōhutukawa, mānuka, kānuka and rātā.

“Myrtle rust response controller Dr Catherine Duthie says the facility owner reported suspected myrtle rust to MPI on Tuesday and MPI was able to confirm the infection late yesterday (Wednesday).”


Only in New Zealand

Tourist changes nationality after death

Korean tourist who died in Taupo stream changes nationality to Chinese
The male tourist who was killed, probably by drowning, at a spa park in Taupo on Tuesday has been named as Chinese national San Qing Lu, the coroner’s office has said.

Missing in New Zealand

Police cover-up: Only the “missing” in fake reports are ever found alive in NZ

Bert James Kuiti reported missing to Marlborough Police
Blenheim Police are seeking sightings of 38-year-old Bert James Kuiti. He has been reported missing by his family. Bert was last seen on Thursday last week. At that time he was driving a green Holden Vectra car, which has subsequently been located crashed on the Mangatapu Road, Pelorous. [He’s one of at least ten people who have been “reported” as missing by police in recent days.]

Police looking for missing Auckland man Phillip Mathews
Thursday, 23 November 2017 – 1:32pm – Counties Manukau
“57-year-old Phillip Mathews went missing from Kolmar Road in Papatoetoe on Tuesday at approximately 9.45am. Mr Mathews left the facility on foot and was wearing grey tracksuit pants and a grey hoody sweatshirt with black writing when he went missing.”

Proudly Killed in NZ


Serious Crash in Meadowbank
Thursday, 23 November 2017 – 5:14pm – Auckland City
A cyclist was killed in a serious crash in Meadowbank which occurred just after 4pm today involving a car.
Police insist the deceased has received critical injuries and has been taken to hospital.

Fate Unknown!

Serious crash in Manurewa
Fate of pedestrian hit by car and seriously injured is unknown!

Crash on SH 33, Bay of Plenty [of Deaths]
Wednesday, 22 November 2017 – 9:30am
[Bay of Plenty of Deaths] “Emergency services were notified at 8:57am of a serious truck crash on State Highway 33 – Three Mile Hill – between Paengaroa and Sun Valley. Injury status is unconfirmed at this stage. [Reported 40 hours ago!]

[At least] 15th Foreigner Killed in NZ since Oct. 31

Name Release – Mangatawhiri fatal crash
Thursday, 23 November 2017 – 10:59am – Counties Manukau
Police can now release the name of the man who died in a crash on SH2 in Mangatawhiri on Sunday 19 November, 2017. He was 42-year-old Ilati To’a from Meremere.

UPDATE: Bishopdale sudden death [as in a heart attack, or the euphemism for suicide?]
Wednesday, 22 November 2017 – 4:35pm – Canterbury
“A post mortem examination has been completed following the death of a woman in her 30s in Bishopdale this morning. A scene examination has also been carried out. The death is being referred to the Coroner.”

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Myrtle rust fungus found in Bay of Plenty

Posted by te2ataria on June 13, 2017

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Laboratory tests by MPI confirm presence of plant fungus in Te Puke, Bay of Plenty [of Death]

The infection has been found in a 25-year-old ramarama plant in a private residential garden, said Myrtle rust response Incident Controller David Yard, who called the new find “very disappointing.”

“We had thought that the incursion could be contained to the small geographical area around Waitara. While it’s too early to say what the new detection will mean in terms of the ongoing operation, it’s certainly not good news in terms of its distribution in New Zealand,” he said.

“Our preliminary talks with the property owner have not found any obvious link with the situation in Taranaki or Northland, and there have been no recent nursery plant introductions to the garden. This lends weight to the possibility that this new location is a wind-borne infection.”

To date, there are 46 known infected properties in New Zealand including 4 in Northland, 2 in Waikato, 39 in Taranaki and the 1 new find in Bay of Plenty.


Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect]

  • No road fatality report allowed by police today, Tuesday, as of posting, despite at least SEVEN serious crashes reported locally.
  • Sunday’s Update: 
    • Nigel Sammons, the 33-year-old man who was found dead on Black Street, Wairoa (Hawke’s Bay), around 5am on Sunday may have been hit by a vehicle, police said.
  • Saturday’s Update:
    • A man was killed after his car crashed into a roadside embankment near Taupō Saturday night, just before 11.30pm.
  • Friday’s Update:
    • Pedestrian hit on Tuesday, died Friday June 9.
    •  Fatal crash into a paddock in Himatangi Beach, Manawatu (see below for details.)
  • Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, We believe about 900 people were killed and 8,000 others seriously/critically injured on NZ suicide roads in 2016; however, only 328 fatalities were reported last year.
  • To protect the tourist industry and massive foreign investment, about two out of every three road fatalities go unreported, or the dead are statistically resurrected by NZ government.
  • 32 Foreigners killed in New Zealand in 32 days [Posted on January 25, 2017]
  • Police told to keep their mouths shut about overseas licence holders
  • Don’t reveal crash driver’s ethnicity, police told.


Residential fiery explosion at Otara, South Auckland address

“Four people have been seriously burnt in the blast, which was in the upstairs bedroom of a unit in Otara.”  http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11875452

One person has received critical injuries, and all four are being treated at Middlemore Hospital, police said. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/police-scene-residential-house-fire-otara


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Myrtle rust infects 39 properties nationally

Posted by te2ataria on June 6, 2017

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Infections found both on young seedlings and large established trees

The number of properties infected with myrtle rust nationally has risen to at least 39, according to the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI).

“Thirty-three of the affected properties are in Taranaki, 4 in Northland and 2 in the Waikato (Te Kuiti). Over the weekend, there was a new positive detection in Northland – on 2 plants traced from the original affected nursery in Kerikeri. The plants have been removed and safely destroyed.

“Myrtle rust has been found on a mix of both seedlings and adult trees and the affected species are pōhutukawa, Lophomyrtus bullata (Ramarama), eucalyptus, mānuka and Syzygium smithii (Lilly Pilly). It has not been observed on feijoa as yet.

MPI says it has received 720 reports of suspected symptoms from the public.


Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect]


Person killed in Waimate crash
A person was killed in a crash on State Highway 1 near Waimate in South Canterbury. The deadly crash happened at the intersection of Barnetts Rd and State Highway 1 about 7.30pm on Monday, said a report.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/93356027/three-people-trapped-in-accident

Teenager dies in hospital after crash near Bunnythorpe
A 17-year-old man suffering injuries in a crash near Bunnythorpe, who was taken to Palmerston North Hospital, died on June 2 as a result of his injuries. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/93381331/Teenager-dies-in-hospital-after-crash-near-Bunnythorpe

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Tens of of seal pups found mysteriously dead on Kaikoura coastline, Canterbury

Posted by te2ataria on June 2, 2017

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Some of you probably know the answer to the seal pups mystery deaths…

About 40 fur seal pups were found dead on the Kaikoura coastline, at a site just south of Ohau Point today, said a report.


Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect]

Officially Doctored NZ Road Toll


Doctor pervert found guilty

Is “she” a horny female trapped in a male body?

Former Hastings doctor David Lim was found guilty of stupefaction and performing indecent acts on five of his patients. Photo: JOHN COWPLAND/FAIRFAX NZ

Chinese doctor David Kang Huat Lim, 41, was found guilty of five charges of stupefying and five charges of indecent assault in relation to four of his patients. The jury reached unanimous decisions on all charges.


Proudly killed in New Zealand

The family of the Australian hunter who was killed in a fall down a steep ravine near Fox Glacier on Wednesday say they are glad he died doing something he loved [in New Zealand, and not in NSW.]

The body of Tony Campbell, 66, said to be an  experienced hunter, from New South Wales, was found by his son with whom he had been hunting in the Westland Ranges, south of Karangarua, said a report.


Myrtle rust update – Friday 2 June 2017

“There are 34 confirmed properties with myrtle rust infection – 29 of these are in Taranaki with 3 in Northland and 2 in Waikato (King Country),” MPI said.

While most of the infections have been found on young seedlings, there are instances of the rust appearing in large established trees at a number of locations.

The spread of this fungal plant disease could have serious impacts on a range of plants in the myrtle family including pōhutukawa, mānuka, ramarama, feijoa and eucalypts, MPI said.


Work Un-Safe New Zealand

Playing “New Zealand Roulette” on fishing boats

WTF: A Neilsen survey commissioned by Maritime New Zealand and WorkSafe found nearly a third (28 percent) of crew members on commercial fishing vessels have suffered a significant injury while a further one in four (26 percent) have experienced a near-miss, said a report.

“Since 2010, 25 crew members have died and the families of nine of those lost at sea did not have the comfort of bringing a body home.

“The Accident Compensation Corporation has had an average 966 active commercial fishing claims over the past five years and in 2016 it received 633 new claims…”

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Record number of NZers diagnosed with HIV

Posted by te2ataria on May 31, 2017

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HIV cases in NZ jumped 9% in 2016

“In 2016, 244 people (217 men, 27 women) were first known to be infected with HIV in New Zealand, 118 through Western Blot antibody testing and 126 through viral load testing. Of these 244, 30 had been previously diagnosed overseas.

“Of the 244, 159 were men who have sex with men (MSM), 5 men were infected through either sex with another man or injecting drug use, 42 people (22 men, 20 women) were infected through heterosexual contact, and one person was infected by injecting drug use (IDU). For the remaining 37 people (30 men, 7 women) the means of infection was unknown or information is still to be received.

“The total number of diagnoses in 2016 (244) was higher than in 2015 (224). Among MSM the number diagnosed rose from 136 in 2014, 153 in 2015, to 159 in 2016. However, the number diagnosed each year will not be the same as the number infected, as people may be infected a number of years before being diagnosed.”

“Overall 23 people (20 men, 3 women) were notified with AIDS in 2016, compared to nine people in 2015. Of the 23, 16 (70%) were MSM, 4 (17%) were infected heterosexually, 2 men (9%) were infected by either sex with another man or injecting drug use, and for one person (4%) the means of transmission was not reported.

“Twelve (52%) were of European ethnicity, 4 (18%) Māori, 6 (26%) Asian, and 1 (4%) Pacific Islander. Sixteen people had their AIDS diagnosis within three months of being diagnosed

with HIV and would probably not have had the opportunity for antiretroviral treatment to control progression of their HIV infection.”

[AIDS Epidemiology Group, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago]

NZ students experiencing unwanted sexual advances

Twenty percent of female and nine percent of male high school students said they had experienced unwanted sexual advances, according to a new report. [Beres, M. (2017). Preventing adolescent relationship abuse and promoting healthy relationships. Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse, University of Auckland]

Environmental Catastrophes

Four in five of NZ’s native birds ‘in trouble’, environment watchdog warns in damning report
“One in three of New Zealand’s native bird populations is at risk of following the moa into extinction, Parliament’s environment watchdog has revealed in a hard-hitting report.” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11866776

Only in New Zealand

Armed hold up at bar in south Auckland
Customers and staff at a south Auckland bar were held up three armed robbers, who fired shots. The trio hit the Headin’ Home Bar on Ti Rakau Drive in Pakuranga at about 12.30pm on Wednesday, took cash and fled in a white car waiting outside, said a report.

[BTW: Nine out of 10 NZ ‘adults’ are unable to spell “WEDNESDAY” correctly, or use the spellchecker to get it right.]

Blame it on Aussies

Myrtle rust blown over from Australia – MPI
“Scientists” claim they have found proof that the myrtle rust fungus was blown over from Australia. Myrtle rust has now infected 29 sites, with 24 in Taranaki, 3 in Northland and 2 in Waikato.  https://www.mpi.govt.nz/news-and-resources/media-releases/myrtle-rust-update-wednesday-31-may-2017/


Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect]


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Only in New Zealand: Fairy Tale Ending for Teenage Murderer

Posted by te2ataria on May 26, 2017

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Indian dairy owner’s teenage killer paroled and sent back to school

A teenager who stabbed and killed an Indian dairy worker in West Auckland has been released from a youth justice facility.

Arun Kumar, 57, was killed in June 2014 after being stabbed by a then-14-year-old and his 12-year-old friend.

The teenager, who was granted permanent name suppression in High Court, was found guilty of Kumar’s manslaughter [NOT murder, of course] and jailed for six years, but later released on appeal.

Just Like That!

The racist, shameful, frigging judges in the “Court of Appeal ruled the sentencing judge failed to take into full consideration the effects a traumatic brain injury had on his behaviour on the day of Kumar’s death.”

If the teenage murderer had a brain injury, why wasn’t  he kept under some kind of supervision?

Why is he now set free and sent back to school, where he can kill again?

How wealthy/ well-connected  is his family?

Why did the court fail to take into account the victim’s right to live?

Wasn’t Arun Kumar conveniently eliminated from the “justice” equation because he was an Indian, and therefore expendable?

“What did I do wrong? Why do you have kill so many Indians in New Zealand with impunity?” Slain Henderson dairy owner Arun Kumar, 57. Photo: supplied/via stuff NZ


Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect]

  • Only two fatality reports allowed by police today, as of posting, despite several serious crashes reported locally.

THURSDAY UPDATE: Two fatality reports allowed by police. See below.

  • Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, We believe about 900 people were killed and 8,000 others seriously/critically injured on NZ suicide roads in 2016; however, only 328 fatalities were reported last year.


NEW: Person killed as car hits house in Christchurch [Friday]
A person was killed and another has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after a car after crashed into a house on Kellys Rd, Mairehau address in Christchurch at 10.10pm on Friday.

“The incident was the second where a car had crashed into a building in the space of about two hours in Christchurch.”

Fatal crash in Maungatapere, Whangarei District [Friday]
At least one person was killed in a crash involving a truck and another vehicle on SH15 just west of the intersection at Otaika Valley Road and Cemetery Road, Maungatapere, police said.

Fatal crash, Palmerston North [Thursday]
At least one person was killed in a crash on Ferguson Street in Palmerston North at 8.20pm on Thursday, police said.

Fatal crash in Otahuhu  [Thursday]
One person was killed after a single-vehicle crash early this morning in Otahuhu, police said.
“It happened on Great South Road, between Nixon Ave and Mangere Road, just after 1:30am.”

Police have released only nine fatality reports [despite at least 44 serious crashes that we  know about] since Tuesday, May 23, 2017. However, ONLY two of the road deaths have been recorded by the Ministry of Transport (Minitru).

Latest Wholesale Statistical Resurrections:

Heavily Doctored Road Fatality Stats as of Tuesday showing 144 deaths

Only two road fatalities have been recorded by Minitru since Tuesday, despite at least 9  road kills reported by police between May 23 and 26. See also No change in the doctored official toll despite at least five road fatalities

Murder mystery, negligent homicide, suicide, unexplained death…  no. of bodies found [and reported] in NZ today: One

Dead woman found yesterday in Ranui finally identified, police claim
The dead female was found just after 4.30am on Thursday, on the corner of Luanda Drive and Swanson Road.  Waitakere Police immediately declared that the death was not “suspicious”.

Female body found in Waitakere. Police immediately declared that her death was not “suspicious.”


NZ seventh-worst on emissions of 41 nations [even according to the heavily-doctored official data]

New Zealand’s greenhouse gas emissions in 2015 jumped 24.1 percent above than 1990 levels. The emissions from human activity for the year were 80.2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, compared with 64.6 million tonnes in 1990.

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Myrtle Rust: No. of properties infected nationally rises to 20

Posted by te2ataria on May 25, 2017

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Myrtle rust infects at least 20 properties nationally: MPI

Some 16 properties in Taranaki, 3 in Northland and 1 in Waikato are now infected with the disease. For clarification, the property announced yesterday as Kaikohe is actually in nearby Tāheke.

“The affected properties are a mix of nurseries, private gardens, retailers/distributors and an orchard.”

“To date, the rust has been found on pōhutukawa, lophomyrtus, eucalyptus and a single instance each of mānuka and Syzgimum smithii. It has not been observed on feijoa as yet.” (MPI)


Other News in Drips…

 Typhoid: Two cases reported in Palmerston North

MidCentral District Health Board has confirmed that the two new cases of typhoid are related to an outbreak of the disease in Auckland last month.

In April, the outbreak in Auckland killed a woman and left at least 18 others infected with the disease.

Silver lining in the polluted cloud

Hundreds of flights to and from Auckland and other airports across NZ have been cancelled or delayed due to fog, reports say.

“Air New Zealand is warning many South Island flights this evening are likely to be disrupted by fog and low cloud.”    http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/331514/fog-flight-chaos-spreads-to-south-island


Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect]

  • Only one fatality report allowed by police today, as of posting, despite several serious crashes reported locally.
  • Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, We believe about 900 people were killed and 8,000 others seriously/critically injured on NZ suicide roads in 2016; however, only 328 fatalities were reported last year.

Fatal crash in Otahuhu
One person was killed after a single-vehicle crash early this morning in Otahuhu, police said.
“It happened on Great South Road, between Nixon Ave and Mangere Road, just after 1:30am.”

Fatal crash in Dunedin – Name release
“Southern District Police can now release the name of the man killed in a two-vehicle crash in Dunedin on Tuesday. He was 27-year-old Richard Gordon Harley, of Mosgiel. The crash happened on Saddle Hill Road around 11:30am on May 23.”


Latest Statistical Resurrection:

Heavily Doctored Road Fatality Stats as of Tuesday showing 144 deaths

Only one road fatality recorded by Minitru since Tuesday, despite at least 6 reported fatalities between May 23 and 25. See No change in the doctored official toll despite at least five road fatalities



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Only six transport-related fatalities reported by police since yesterday

Posted by te2ataria on May 23, 2017

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Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect]

  • UPDATE: Only six of the road/rail fatality reports allowed by police since yesterday, as of posting, despite numerous serious crashes reported locally.
  • Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, We believe about 900 people were killed and 8,000 others seriously/critically injured on NZ suicide roads in 2016; however, only 328 fatalities were reported last year.


Only six road/rail fatality reports allowed by police since Monday

Fatal crash in Dunedin
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 – 1:14pm – Southern.  Police can now confirm ‘[at least] one person was killed in a crash in Dunedin this morning. The crash, involving a car and a truck, occurred on State Highway 1, the Dunedin Southern motorway, between the Saddle Hill Road off ramp and the Old Brighton Road on ramp and happened shortly after 11.30am (The crash was not on Saddle Hill Road as earlier reported), police said.

First Pedestrian Death: Pedestrian hit by a car in Mangere dies
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 – 6:44am – Counties Manukau. “The pedestrian hit by a car in Mangere last night has since died of his injuries. The crash happened between Bader Drive and Comet Crescent at approximately 6pm last night.”

Second Pedestrian Death: Pedestrian dies after crash in Masterton
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 – 8:49am – Wellington
“A pedestrian has died overnight after being hit by a car on Chapel Street, Masterton, yesterday afternoon. The crash happened at around 4.15pm on Monday 22 May.”

UPDATE: Serious crash in Clover Park, Auckland, now fatal
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 – 6:36am – Counties Manukau
“Two people critically injured when their car crashed into a tree in Clover Park, Auckland, last night have since died of their injuries.
“The crash happened near the intersection of Te Irirangi Drive and Dawson Road at about 9.50pm.
“Initially it was thought there had been four people in the vehicle, but Police can now confirm the two deceased were the only people in the car at the time of the crash.” [REALLY????!!!]

Fatal train v pedestrian incident in Manurewa
Monday, 22 May 2017 – 7:44am – Counties Manukau
“One person has died after been hit by a train in Auckland this morning. Police were called at 6.08am to the incident south of the Te Mahia train station in Manurewa.”


Myrtle rust spreads to new region

A positive detection of myrtle rust has been made in the Waikato region.

The fungal plant disease was identified in a small number of plants at a nursery in Te Kuiti. The new location was found as a result of MPI tracing sales of plants from another positive nursery.

MPI has personnel on the ground in Te Kuiti and restrictions are in place on the movement of risk goods from the property. The property will be treated with fungicide.

As with all other finds to date, MPI will continue to search surrounding areas for signs of the fungus.

This new find, along with a further 3 properties in Taranaki, brings the total number of confirmed infected properties to 16 nationally.

The majority of properties are in Taranaki with just 2 confirmed in Northland and the one new Waikato find.  http://www.mpi.govt.nz/news-and-resources/media-releases/myrtle-rust-find-in-new-region/

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Another [Bad Karma] earthquake rattles Kaikoura

Posted by te2ataria on May 22, 2017

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Strong earthquake strikes 15 km north-east of Kaikoura: Geonet

Quake Details from Geonet

Intensity: Strong
Universal Time: May 22 2017, 2:10:04
NZ Standard Time: Mon, May 22 2017, 2:10:04 pm
Depth: 17 km
Magnitude 4.6
Location: 15 km north-east of Kaikoura
Latitude, Longitude: -42.29, 173.78
Public ID: 2017p381325

Other News in Drips…

Mercury plummets across NZ
Temperatures plummeted to as low as below -6°C in several places, with forecasters saying it will get worse again later in the week. http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/331269/mercury-plummets-across-nz

Murder, negligent homicide, suicide, unexplained death… 

Papatoetoe homicide – name release
“Police can now name the man who was found deceased at a Carruth Road, Papatoetoe address on Saturday night around 7pm. He was 40-year-old Jima Shemaon Zaya [nationality undisclosed.]

Fatal train v pedestrian incidents

A pedestrian was killed after BEING hit by a train south of the Te Mahia train station in Manurewa, Auckland this morning, police intended to say. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-train-v-pedestrian-incident-manurewa

Police Literacy Lesson: English Grammar 

Correction: A person was killed after been being hit by a train.

Attention: Serious Foreign Students

Foreign students forced to transfer after problems found at institution
“The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) is continuing investigations into an Auckland tertiary institution where business tutors gave students the wrong marks.
… more than 300 foreign students enrolled in the programmes are transferring to another [qualified???] organisation.”  http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/331296/poor-quality-nzqa-faults-four-business-courses

NZQA missed red flags – tertiary institution body
“A private tertiary institution group says there were lots of red flags the Qualifications Authority missed in letting disgraced Linguis International Institute operate as long as it did. ”


Myrtle rust: Number of infected properties rises to 12  — [Bad Karma]

Myrtle rust is a serious fungal disease that affects plants in the myrtle family. Plants in this family include pōhutukawa and mānuka. The first detection of the disease in mainland New Zealand was at a Northland nursery in early May 2017. The disease is likely to affect some of our iconic native plants as well as commercially-grown species.  [MPI]

Myrtle rust has been found in Kerikeri in Northland and in Waitara, Taranaki. It is also widespread on Raoul Island in the Kermadec group, about 1,100km to the north-east of New Zealand. Myrtle rust (Austropuccinia psidii) is also known as guava rust and eucalyptus rust. The fungus attacks various species of plants in the Myrtaceae family, also known as the myrtle family. It is found in many parts of the world including New Caledonia and all along Australia’s eastern seaboard. Myrtle rust spores are microscopic and can easily spread across large distances by wind, or via insects, birds, people, or machinery. Source: info@mpi.govt.nz

Myrtle rust fond on at least 12 properties

“Four further Taranaki properties have tested positive for myrtle rust, bringing the number of positive locations nationally to 12.

“At this time, the disease has only been recorded in 2 regions – Northland and Taranaki. 8 of the affected properties are plant nurseries or retailers/distributors, and it has been detected in four private gardens.

“This response is rapidly changing as large numbers of members of the public report through suspected finds. To date, Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has received some 380 reports of suspected symptoms through its 0800 number and the number of affected properties is expected to grow.”  http://www.mpi.govt.nz/news-and-resources/media-releases/myrtle-rust-response-media-update-22-may-2017/


Police Road Fatality Reports: Extreme Censorship in Effect

  • NO vehicle-related fatality report allowed by police today, as of posting, despite multiple serious crashes reported locally. [Only one train v pedestrian fatality reported. See above.]
  • At least five foreigners have been killed in vehicle-related crashes in New Zealand recently. The fatalities include two Singapore nationals, two Samoans and one Aussie.
  • Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, We believe about 900 people were killed and 8,000 others seriously/critically injured on NZ suicide roads in 2016; however, only 328 fatalities were reported last year.

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Incompetent NASA couldn’t even fly a balloon around the world for eighty days

Posted by te2ataria on May 4, 2017

Police Road Fatality Reports: Extreme Censorship in Effect to “Compensate” for Saturday’s quintuple “road murders”

  • ONLY two road fatality reports allowed by police today (Thursday), as of posting, despite multiple serious crashes. In fact, only four fatalities reports have been allowed since Saturday’s quintuple road kills.

–  UPDATE: One road fatality report finally allowed by police for Wednesday.


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Since NASA can’t even fly a condom, would it be safe to think of Mars landing as just another wet dream??

NASA’s Wanaka super duper pressure balloon (aka, the Condom) has crashed just over a week into its anticipated 100-day journey.

“The data strongly suggests the balloon has developed a leak [just three days after its lunch.] This is an unfortunate development in our test flight, but we’re gaining some important data from this mission that will apply to future flights,” said the wasteful agency’s balloon incompetent programme director, Debbie Fairbrother.

Murder mystery, negligent homicide, suicide, unexplained death…  no. of bodies found [and reported] in NZ today: One

Another dead woman found in Mt Roskill
Police are apparently investigating the death of a 48-year-old woman whose body was discovered in Mt Roskill, Auckland, today.
Even though a post mortem examination is not done yet, they are confident there are no suspicious circumstances!!

Missing Dunedin woman Nicola Hedley found dead
Body of Nicola Hedley, 36, who went missing early Sunday morning has been found.

Heavily Censored News From New Zealand’s Suicide Roads

UPDATE – Fatal crash, Bankside, Canterbury
“Police can confirm two people [believed to be overseas visitors] have died in a crash in Bankside, Canterbury this afternoon. The crash involved a van and a ute and happened shortly after 1pm at the intersection of Breadings Road and SH 1. A third person received non-life threatening injuries in the crash and has been transported to hospital for treatment.”

Name release: Fatal Riverton-Wallacetown Highway crash
Thursday, 4 May 2017 – 2:30pm – Southern
“Police can now name the man who died following a single vehicle crash on the Riverton-Wallacetown Highway (State Highway 99) yesterday. Steven Brent Harris, 65, of Tuatapere, was the sole occupant of the vehicle when it crashed at 5.45am on Wednesday, 3 May 2017.” http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-fatal-riverton-wallacetown-highway-crash

Other “Unexplained Deaths”

Fatal house fire in South Hill, Oamaru

Man killed after fall from a roof at Middlemore Hospital

New Fungal Disease

New fungal disease threatens pohutukawa, manuka and feijoa

“A disease that damages trees including pohutukawa, manuka and feijoa has been found on mainland New Zealand for the first time.”
“Myrtle rust is prevalent in eastern Australia and Tasmania, and was discovered on Raoul Island in the Kermadecs in late March this year.”

Guava moth explosion devastating Auckland’s feijoas

It’s Official, so it Must Be…

The Sewage City [“Wellington”] is more livable than all of the following cities
Lagos, Abuja, Dhaka, Conakry, Sana’a, Mogadishu, Christchurch, Mosul, Kinshasa, Brazzaville, Rotorua, Damascus, Port-au-Prince, Baghdad, Detroit, Dar Es Salaam, Lahore, Yangon, Abidjan, Harare, Bishkek, Ouagadougou, Tripoli, Bamako, Conakry, Kinshasa and Auckland.

Deutsche Bank desperately promoting assets in Sewage City

Three armed robberies reported

Two armed robberies in Tauranga in two days

Armed robbery ANZ bank in Glenfield on the North Shore

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