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Asian tourist killed at at Kaituna River Mouth [Bay of Plenty of Deaths]

Posted by te2ataria on June 27, 2017

The Most Heavily Censored Blog in Fort New Zealand! (Beware of own goals!)


At least 4,000 overseas visitors, international students, foreign workers, recent emigrants and refugees have lost their lives and more than 24,000 others seriously injured in New Zealand between Jan 2000 and Jan 2017. All silent Kiwis are complicit in the mass killing of foreigners. (Beware of Bad Karma!)

People living in Wellington, Christchurch, Auckland, Tasman Bay and Hawke’s Bay regions are either very brave, or extremely stupid. Then again, karma returns in mysterious ways!


World’s deadliest tourist destination claims another foreign visitor

[Bay of Plenty of Deaths]

The foreign tourist who was killed by drowning while fishing at Kaituna River Mouth, Paengaroa on Sunday 25 June was an Asian man named Chao-Ching Lee, aged 35.  http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-death-kaituna-river-mouth-paengaroa

The victim was “visiting New Zealand with his father and father’s best friend,” a report said. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/94061430/Fisherman-found-dead-at-entrance-to-Kaituna-river-in-Bay-of-Plenty


Police to re-investigate Tiny-Tod’s “Nationalgate”

Clutha-Southland’s young, unqualified and dishonest representative “Tiny” Todd Barclay has been in the spotlight after it was revealed he had secretly taped an employee, Glenys Dickson, who then received a secret payment from former Prime Minister John Key’s leader’s budget to settle the issue.

Police statement – also used for today’s police literacy lesson:

Police Literacy Lesson: “Police” is a collective noun and must always take the plural form. Only “police have….” is correct.


Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect for Commercial Reasons]

  • Tuesday, June 27:  NO fatality report allowed by police, today, as of posting, despite at least 12  serious crashes reported locally.
  • Saturday, June 17: Only EIGHT road fatality reports were allowed by police, as of posting, despite at least 22 serious crashes reported locally.
    • At least three French tourists were killed.
    • The eight fatalities listed on Saturday log include one that occurred late Friday night.

Truth about NZ road toll, as we know it:


Abduction attempts in Auckland and Dunedin

Man attempts to “sexnap” young boy on Auckland’s North Shore
Police say they are investigating an attempted abduction of a young boy while he was walking home from school on Auckland’s North Shore on Monday.  http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/333915/child-abduction-attempt-near-auckland-s-narrow-neck

15-year-old female walking her dog was approached by a man
Mosgiel Police are looking into an incident that occurred at about 5pm on Monday 26 June, on Bath Street, Brighton where a 15-year-old female walking her dog was approached by a man driving a dark grey van.


Armed Robbery

Another Auckland bank at gunpoint
Police say they are investigating reports a man robbed a bank on Blockhouse Bay Rd in Auckland at gunpoint this afternoon.


Daylight Robbery

‘Rip off alright!’Kiwis in Aussie shocked at New Zealand food prices
“Many Kiwis in Australia are stunned at food prices back home in New Zealand with some blaming costs of food for this country’s growing poverty crisis.”

As if that’s not bad enough, “New Zealand’s Mainland products are cheaper in Australia – despite being produced in New Zealand – while avocados are close to $2.50 cheaper in Australia than back home.”

Fresh broccoli costs 87 cents each in Australia, compared to $3.69 in NZ, “while Australia’s Joe’s Fruit World purple kumara cost 79c per kg in comparison to red kumara from Pak’nSave at $8.29 per kg,” or bout 11 time s more expensive.

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Name one country where a truck crash can cut off Internet access for 5,000

Posted by te2ataria on May 21, 2017

The Most Heavily Censored Blog in New Zealand [Watch Out for Ceaseless Tsunamis of Bad Karma, Mister Ingrish!!]


It’s New Zealand, of course!!

Only in NZ: Truck crash on SH63 closes bridge, cuts internet to thousands

A truck jack-knifed into the side of Wye River bridge, on SH63, reportedly damaging a fibre-optic cable, cutting internet access to at least 5,000 households in the Marlborough, Nelson and Tasman regions, and leaving the driver seriously/critically injured.

A truck crash that cut internet to thousands of homes has left a bridge on the alternative highway out of action, forcing traffic into the river to keep the post-quake route open.

The crash happened about 5.45am on Sunday when a truck driver drove into the side of the single-lane Wye River bridge, between Renwick and St Arnaud on State Highway 63.

Since the devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake last November, traffic on SH63 has increased more than five-fold with millions of dollars being spent to help support the extra load.

Police literacy lesson. Spelling correction:  “Occurred”

“The crash occured [sic] at around 5.45am. The truck driver received serious injuries in the crash…”  http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/truck-crash-sh-63-wairau-valley

Another missing man found dead; mystery man found with critical injuries; third death not suspicious; murder-mystery-death in Christchurch

Missing Wellington man found dead
Sewage City [“Wellington”]
Search and Rescue teams looking to find 49-year-old missing man Shaun David Hart have located his body in Wellington this morning.
His death is not thought to be suspicious and will be referred to the Coroner.
Police’s thoughts are with Mr Hart’s family and friends.http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/missing-wellington-man-found-deceased

Critically injured man found by roadside

Update on Operation [Hot Air] – death not suspicious
Police have completed their inquiry into the sudden death of a man who was found on the corner of Elliot Street and Great South Road in Papakura early on Saturday morning. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-operation-cyclone-death-not-suspicious

Death at Papatoetoe house overnight treated as suspicious
“About 7.00pm on Saturday 20 May 2017, Police were called to an address in Carruth Road, Papatoetoe after a male was found dead at the address.”

Man found dead in Christchurch
Police found a man’s body under/near a bridge on Huxley St, Sydenham on Saturday. A police spokesman said [they had a good look at the body] and believe the death was not suspicious.

No. of reported serious assaults, armed robberies…: Dozens


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.
  • 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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Two UNEXPLAINED deaths in Dunedin in three days

Posted by te2ataria on April 15, 2017

Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports

  • ONLY one vehicle-related fatality report allowed by police today, despite numerous serious crashes.


Today’s deaths and destruction across New Zealand [post censorship leftover reports]

18-year-old found dead in Dunedin flat on Saturday

“Police are currently at an address on Cumberland Street, North Dunedin where a male was found dead shortly before 3pm today. At this stage Police are treating the death as unexplained and are awaiting post mortem results.”

Police investigate ‘unexplained’ death in Dunedin on Tuesday
A police guard remained outside the Glen Rd house, in the suburb of Mornington, Dunedin on Tuesday. The property remained cordoned off following the discovery of a body on Monday night, and the death was being treated as “unexplained”.

Murders are Us

Homicide investigation underway in Taupo, Bay of Plenty [of Homicides]
“Police have launched a homicide investigation after a woman was killed at a Mahuta Road address in Five Mile Bay, near Taupo, this morning. Emergency services responded to a report at approximately 8:30am that a 58-year-old woman had received stab wounds. She was being flown to Waikato Hospital in a critical condition when she passed away. Police have arrested a 56-year-old man and are not seeking anyone else in relation to the incident.”

Taupo Again: Arrest after man seriously injured in Ohakuri, near Taupo
A 25-year-old man has been arrested in relation to a serious assault near Taupo that’s left a 21-year-old man in a critical condition.

Person found unconscious on Queen Street
A person is in a critical condition in Auckland City Hospital after being found unconscious on a downtown street this morning.

Heavily Censored News From New Zealand’s Suicide Roads

Fatality at Methven motorcyle [sic] event
Police and emergency services are in attendance at the Mountain Thunder motorcyle [sic] event in Methven where a motorcyclist has died in a crash this afternoon. The mototorcyclist [sic] initially suffered critical injuries in the crash at around 12:50pm and has since died at the scene.

Cyclist critically injured in Onehunga crash


Ex-Cyclone Cook

SH1 south of Kaikōura closed again due to slip
A new slip has been discovered on State Highway 1 south of Kaikōura, closing the road until several thousand cubic metres of material can be removed.

New Zealand Disease Warnings

Health Warning: Hawke’s Bay whooping cough
Whooping cough cases are increasing in Hawke’s Bay.

Police Literacy Lessons

Read aloud: MO-TOR-CY-CLE.  Now practice writing the word MOTORCYCLE 150 times.

Do the same as above for  MOTORCYCLIST.


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