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New Zealand Visitor Headlines

Posted by te2ataria on June 30, 2009

Multiple reports of rape, serious assault, and armed robbery have been excluded from this bulletin

Post mortem due on paraplegic ‘gunman’ killed by New Zealand Police Farce

Yes folks! No one is safe from New Zealand polices farce, not even the paraplegic. The police shooters  are licensed to kill!

“A post mortem will be carried out today on the body of a paraplegic gunman shot dead by Christchurch police following a two-hour siege on Sunday night.”

Hypothetical conversation that could have taken place after the police shooter shot the paraplegic man 9 times:

–  Outraged bystander: “That was a paraplegic man you just shot, you EVIL F*CKING MORON.”

–  Police Shooter: “What did you expect me to do, shoot him in the arms?”

–  Other members of the police shooter squad: “Ha… ha… ha….”



Severe weather watch

MetService posted a severe weather watch Friday. Strong winds and heavy rain from Northland is forecast and this weather is expected to spread to the tip of the South Island. The rain and gales are expected to last into this week.



Coroner criticizes police for negligent homicide of three young people

The evil police constable Lincoln McCrea pursued a “drunk driver” Raymond Hansen in an 180kmh unsuccessful chase,which resulted in the killing of Aaron Hurley, 22, Paul Donald Cowper, 21, and Rochelle Lee Meads, 22, in Normanby 2005.



Running out of road

Huge waves have destroyed large chunks of the road leading into Hawke’s Bay camping ground.



Evacuations planned in Gisborne

Civil Defence begins evacuations in the Gisborne region as river levels rise.



Lake Taupo no-go zone declared

After a swarm of earthquakes  struck the area on the southwest edge of Lake Taupo,  Civil Defense feared  a major landslide above the small Waihi Village, declaring a no=go zone.

“About 50 residents of the village were evacuated from their homes last night, as fears grew of a landslide at the Hipaua Thermal Area above the village following a series of earthquakes and heavy rain in the area.”



Catholic primary school pupils made to pick up condoms

Five six-year-old children at an Otaki Catholic primary school were forced to pick up used condoms without protective gloves during a playground cleanup.



It’s NOT as if it’s your dad’s semen

New Zealand’s “Ethics Committee for Assisted Reproductive Technology (Ecart)” has given approval to a New Zealand woman to act as a surrogate for her mother. The daughter will carry and give birth to her own sibling. She is one of four siblings and has two non-surrogate children of her own. (Source: NZPA)


Tourists could easily have been killed in nightmare cruise


Pacific Sun. Source: NZPA. Image may be subject to copyright.

Passengers and crew are extremely luck to escape death on a cruise ship rocked by a severe storm north of New Zealand last year, according to an official report.

“The Pacific Sun rolled up to 31 degrees, injuring 77 of the more than 2000 people on board the P&O cruise ship bound for Auckland on July 30.”

“The report, by British maritime officials, obtained by The Herald on Sunday but not yet shown to passengers, concluded it was “pure good fortune” that no one was more seriously injured or even killed by unsecured equipment and furnishings.”

A major disaster in Ne Zealand could occur ANYTIME killing hundreds of tourists! Play safe, stay away from New Zealand!

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Injured tourists may get compensation on a “case-by-case basis”

Posted by te2ataria on August 1, 2008

The Dead Tourists Must Submit a Claim, in Person!

Injured cruise passengers to get compensation

– Stuff New Zealand, NZPA –

Terrified cruise passengers injured when their ship rolled in massive seas during the storm battering New Zealand are to be offered compensation for having their dream holiday ruined.

The Pacific Sun, with 1732 people on board, struck trouble 600km north of Auckland on Wednesday night, when it ran into 90kph winds and 7m swells.

The ship lurched 20 degrees, smashing windows, crockery and glassware.

Some passengers feared for their lives, with one sending an email to TV3 which read: “We are nearly on our side. If we get out of this, it will be a miracle. . . I am so scared.”

P&O Cruises’ Pacific Sun went into a vicious roll last night, injuring dozens of passengers. The New Zealand Herald reports that 42 passengers have received medical treatment on board the 47,000-ton vessel in the wake of the storm. (Source USA Today)

A stuff.co.nz reader said they had heard from a nurse holidaying on the ship who described conditions as unbearable. The nurse had been asked to work in the ship’s medical centre because of the sheer number of injuries the passengers had.

At least 40 passengers required medical attention for cuts, bruises and sprains, with three people remaining under medical supervision.

The ship was expected to reach Auckland this afternoon, where a Maritime New Zealand investigator would look into what happened.

Spokesman Ross Henderson said MNZ was limited in its jurisdiction because the Pacific Sun was not a New Zealand-registered vessel and the incident occurred so far out at sea, but investigators could demand repairs to the ship before it departed.

Anthony Fisk, spokesman for operator P&O, said the course for the cruise between Vanuatu and Auckland had been planned to avoid as much of the poor weather as possible, but had still been unexpectedly caught out.

Damage to the ship was “superficial” but was likely to delay the departure of Pacific Sun’s next cruise, he said.

A total of 3382 passengers have been affected across the two cruises.

Mr Fisk said the company would do all it could to help passengers, and that included offering compensation on a “case-by-case basis”.

The Pacific Sun, which is carrying 1732 passengers and 671 crew, has not had an update on its live webcam since about the time it rolled.

“I would like to assure the friends and families of our passengers that they are in good care on board the ship,” the P&O Cruises spokesman said. Copyright the authors, or news agency. See NewZeelend Fair Use Notice!

Source: http://www.stuff.co.nz/4638777a11.html; accessed Friday August 2008.

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