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Work-un-safe NZ: Man killed in loader incident at Bluff port

Posted by te2ataria on February 24, 2017

NO vehicle-related fatality report allowed so far today!

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Life is too cheap in NZ: Worker, 54, run over and killed by a loader

H W Richardson, the South Port company who employed the victim, said the 54-year-old man was killed after he was run over by a loader. http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/89758842/Man-dies-after-loader-accident-at-Bluff-port

Other News in Drips…

Kiwi farmers in Oz forced to rely on charity

Scores of New Zealand dairy farmers in Australia are relying on food parcels because they are blocked from getting any government support.

Their Australian counterparts have been eligible for an $A500-a-week household allowance and concessionary loans since milk price cuts jeopardised many farms last year.

Splashing on Military, Instead of Addressing Poverty

NZ military is planning a $20 billion “upgrade”, as  announced by the government in June, that includes replacing the Air Force Boeing 757, the Orion maritime patrol aircraft and the ANZAC frigates.

It”s not known whether they would also upgrade the facial war paint for the cyber security personnel. Photo: NZDF/RadioNZ

Education

Western Institute of Technology fails quality test. “Taranaki’s largest tertiary education provider has received a fail grade in its latest New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) report card. After a comprehensive review of the Western Institute of Technology, NZQA said it had lost confidence in the quality of education at the polytech and its internal quality-assurance controls.”
http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/325246/taranaki-polytech-gets-fail-grade

NZ Police: Malevolence, Phenomenal Incompetence, Institutional Corruption

Police Commissioner Mike Bush admits drink driving conviction. “Under existing recruitment policies, the conviction would prevent Bush from ever even applying to join police, but he is protected by how long ago it happened.”
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/89767953/police-commisioner-mike-bush-admits-drink-driving-conviction

Christchurch Police seek witnesses in relation to unexplained death
Christchurch Police said they are carrying out an investigation on behalf of the coroner into the unexplained death of 30-year-old Nicole Morris, who died in Christchurch Hospital on Sunday 19 February, 2017, as a result of injuries sustained when she fell from a moving vehicle in late January. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/christchurch-police-seek-witnesses-relation-unexplained-death

Raped in New Zealand

The Raped and the “Not Raped”
Cricketer Scott Kuggeleijn has been found not guilty of rape!!!
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/89757467/kuggeleijn-rape-trial-jury-retires

Paraparaumu man Jason Haward guilty of raping teenager at beach
“A Wellington District Court jury on Friday found Jason Haward guilty of rape, but not guilty of the unlawful sexual connection [that must have come as a relief to him,] after deliberating for just over three hours.”

“In his defence his lawyer Sonia Thistoll told the jury the girl had asked for $50 for sex and Haward had agreed.

“When he gave her $30 instead of the agreed upon $50 she grabbed his wallet and ran off naked.  She was caught out when she was seen by her family.

“Judge Charles Blackie told the jury a trial was not an all out search for the truth [thanks for clarifying that,] but an evaluation of the evidence the Crown has put forward.”
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/89775713/Paraparaumu-man-Jason-Haward-guilty-of-raping-teenager-at-beach

Brutalized in NZ

“Animal” bashes pregnant ex-partner with baseball bat until it snaps.

Christopher James Buick, known as Chris, now faces a lengthy jail term after the “frenzied attack” in Christchurch earlier this month, which left the 23-week pregnant woman with a fractured skull, severe facial bruising and lacerations, and a broken eye socket. Photo: Supplied/NZHerald

Unfortunately, the charge of “wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm”, to which he has pleaded guilty, ONLY carries a maximum penalty of 14 years in jail. But if he is sentenced to anything less, the judge should be…

NZ Earthquakes

Two quakes rattle South Island overnight. Two earthquakes including one rated as “severe” hit the South Island overnight.

A 4.9 magnitude quake , rated ‘severe’ by Geonet, struck 25km south-east of Arthur’s Pass at a relatively shallow depth of 8km at 2.35am.

Then a 4.3 magnitude shock struck 15km east of Seddon a depth of 15km, about an hour later.

A public private message: Compensate victims of NZ Tourism, false advertising… or pay the consequences the karmic way!

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Just how many beggars are there in Hamilton???

Posted by te2ataria on October 21, 2016

Beggars aren’t born that way, they’re created by the wealthy class!

The Hamilton Central Business Association is campaigning stop people giving money to beggars.

They want to evict the poor and needy from the central city, and are asking people to give the beggars the “correct” help, instead of money.

“A recent Poverty Action Waikato report, Neglect and Nurture presents a more flax-roots picture than is usually painted by the Key Government. It illustrates the increased conditionality of public and social services in Hamilton,” says a member of the Poverty Action Waikato working group.

more…

[Hamilton, the city of “Unexplained Deaths” straddles the Waikato River, and is home to about 157,000 people, making it New Zealand’s fourth most-populous city.]

News in Drips…

It was another SNAFU day in New Zealand…

In the past 24 hours, a couple of dead bodies were found, a half dozen people shot and critically injured, a dozen serious road crashes left a few dead, but the fatalities were not reported; couple of rapes and a several sexual assaults; a couple of stabbings up north and a couple more in the South…

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Govt from hell: Diabolic policies force more New Zealanders into the streets

Posted by te2ataria on August 29, 2016

Sent by an angry reader in NZ’s Murder Capital  [Edited by Moderator B.]

The average Kiwi will never be able to buy or rent an average property in this toxic sewer we call a country

First Auckland and now Taupo

Rental shortage in the tourist town of Taupo [district pop: 36,000] has caused a homeless situation for many residents, “in extreme cases forcing some to live in hotels, cars and even on the streets.”

Taupo has experienced an influx of Aucklanders buying here to escape the skyrocketing Auckland prices, said Mayor David Trewavas. As a result housing prices have doubled up and there’s an acute shortage in rental properties, he said.

Auckland is growing by a record 825 people a week, two thirds of whom are new migrants, says Labour MP Phil Goff, who represents the other side of the government mint.

Auckland needs at least 17,000 new houses a year and last year the council consented only 9,500 units, he said.

Meanwhile, the issuing of temporary work visas continued at over 209,000 a year, with a net gain of more than 63,000 long term migrants in the year to July 2016.

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Shameless poverty in “Godzone”

Posted by te2ataria on July 18, 2016

sent by a reader in “Sewage City”

The next time somebody calls this toilet “Godzone”, or even a country…

A significant proportion of Kiwi teenagers are living in poverty, according to research conducted by Auckland University.

About “one in five secondary school students and nearly half of all Pacific students” are  struggling, the study has revealed.

The massive problem was here to stay, said KidsCan chief executive Julie Chapman.

“With some families spending 60 to 70 per cent of their income on housing, there was little room for anything else,” a report quoted her as saying.

Recently there had been a big demand for hygiene packs for young adults, consisting of items such as deodorant, toothpaste and shampoo.

With the items expensive and many family budgets stretched there was often no room for them on the shopping list, she said. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/82211556/Half-of-all-New-Zealand-Pacific-teenagers-living-in-poverty-study-claims

The study used data from the Youth 2012 study of 8,500 students, and was ;published in the International Journal for Equity in Health.

Poverty and living conditions

  • In 2015, some 305,000 (29%) of dependent 0–17 year olds were living in income poverty defined using a relative threshold measure of below 60% of the median income after housing costs were taken into consideration. In 2013, the percentage was 24%. In 1982, the percentage was 14%.    (Source: http://www.nzchildren.co.nz/)

Other news in drips…

GeoNet celebrates 15 years of monitoring shakes [and saving hundreds of lives]
Geonet has recorded three hundred and fourteen thousand earthquakes, or 57 each day, over the past 15 years. Thanks to their predictions, hundreds of live have been saved. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11676650

The State’s other Stinking Secrets

Truth about the daily road 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…

Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 499 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016.

The NZ TOURISTS or truth? Campaign (police censorship of road fatalities) continues…

Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 499 road fatalities have occurred in NZ in the first 200 days of 2016 [year to July 18.]

Three (or four) more crash fatalities on deadly Desert Rd

A car collided  with a 16 tonne, four axle truck that was carrying waste substances, killing at least three people and critically injuring a fourth person on the deadly Desert Road this morning.   http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11676467

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Divorced from reality: New Zealand ranks 1st in the world

Posted by te2ataria on June 27, 2016

Sent by Alice in Zeanderland

Which of the two headlines should you believe?

  1. New Zealand ranks 4th in prosperity fiction

  2. New Zealand ranks 4th in prosperity index

[Hint: one of them has no place in reality. Moderator]

“New Zealand ranks fourth in the world for prosperity, and number one outside of Europe, according to a London-based [stink] tank.

[Despite the abject poverty, our country was  outclassed only by Norway, Switzerland and Denmark.]

“The think tank looks at 89 variables to come up with the list. They include gross domestic product and the number of people in full-time work, as well as more interesting figures like the number of secure internet servers a country has and how well rested people feel on a daily basis.” http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/81474699/New-Zealand-ranks-4th-in-prosperity-index

[However, the “stink tank” ignored the 300,000 or so Kiwi kids who live in poverty, the homeless, the helpless…  A good journalist would investigate the link between the stink tank and the UN grants paid out by Helen Clark’s department.]

“Based on the available data of 142 countries, Legatum’s index [sounds like a viral infection of the Gastrointestinal tract] ranked the 16 top-performing nations”: New Zealand ranked 4th, beating Sweden to 5th place, Canada was 6th, Australia 7th, followed by the Netherlands, Finland, Ireland, with The united States in 11th place, Germany at 14th and the United Kingdom settled for 15th place [Was that before Brexit?], followed by Austria, which was the last on the list.

Reality Check

Former journalist Caitlin McGee, who spent years living in the Middle East and reported from South Sudan, Sierra Leone and Indonesia, recently returned home to New Zealand, only to be dismayed with what she’s found…

To not be able to swim in our rivers because they are so dirty would’ve been unthinkable to me 10 years ago. In March, the Waikato River Authority said it could take up to 100 years for the Waikato and Waipa rivers to be restored to clean and healthy levels. I’ve seen first-hand waterways that run off the Waikato River blanketed in a creeping toxic algae, festering like a black drain, lifeless. Meanwhile, what remains of our pristine water is being sold by the likes of the Ashburton District Council, to be extracted, bottled up and sent overseas.

Above ground, New Zealand’s reported rate of intimate partner violence is the highest in the developed world. Our incarceration rate is also one of the highest in the developed world and more than half of the men behind bars are Māori. According to Corrections Minister Judith Collins, our prison population topped 9,000 for the first time last year: “Since 2014, the prison population has increased… leading to record highs throughout 2015 and early 2016.” In part, she said the booming prison population was due to locking up family violence offenders for longer.

According to Infometrics analysis the health system has been under-funded by $1.7 billion since 2010, leaving it unable to keep up with inflation and population growth. Meanwhile District Health Boards are being squeezed, exemplified by a recent report into the Waikato DHB’s Mental Health and Addiction services that argues for the need to “secure adequate resources and meet staffing gaps” immediately.

Then there’s housing and homelessness. New Zealand has one of the fastest growing rates of income inequality in the OECD and it’s on show in our biggest city. In Auckland, families with at least one working parent are living in vans and cars, with marae and charitable trusts stepping in to fill the breach left by social services. How galling it must be for those parents trying to find a warm place for their children to sleep to then see the Prime Minister’s son in all his privileged glory, posing with a Lambourghini and helicopter in his music video.  […]

I have lived a privileged life. As a woman, I have had basic rights to education, employment. I choose who I love and I grew up in a financially stable household. The majority of the world’s women do not have these luxuries. I know I am lucky. I may have not lived through injustice and hardship but I know what it looks like. And I am seeing more and more of it in the last place I expected: home.

New Zealand Prosperity Dividends 

Ram-raids force dairy owners to sleep on floor of east Auckland shop

“A family is sleeping on the floor of their Auckland dairy out of fear that ram-raiders will return to their shop.”

Raiders drove a car into the front of Glendowie Bay Superette, owned by a Chinese family,  in the early hours of June 8, police said.

“Since then Wenyi Cao, her husband John Sands and their 17-year-old son have been sleeping in their store because they are worried their emergency plywood door won’t keep thieves away.”

“It’s a situation all too familiar for Cao. In 2014, the family slept in the diary for two months while they waited to replace their roller door which a burglar had cut open with an electric bolt cutter.”  http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/81426407/ramraids-force-dairy-owners-to-sleep-on-floor-of-east-auckland-shop

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Plagued by a corrupt system that doesn’t protect you against poverty, the super rich, foreign investors, drink drivers…

Posted by te2ataria on June 20, 2016

Sent by a reader in “Homeless City”

Homeless  Crisis: Families living in cars, garages, and under a loading dock

In his Rotorua Daily Post column this week, Waiariki MP Te Ururoa Flavell said there were families living in cars and garages, or living with friends and other families in crowded conditions, because they were unable to secure housing.

“The issue of homelessness has always been around, however there is now a huge shortage across the Bay of decent housing,” he said.

“There is a struggle for single people, small families and big families as well, there’s just not enough housing in Rotorua. We have to do a lot of emergency accommodation and hope and pray that we find people places,” says Social worker Liz Tai.
http://nzherald.co.nz/rotorua-daily-post/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503438&objectid=11658715

A country plagued by poverty
http://www.stuff.co.nz/taranaki-daily-news/81204284/we-must-do-more-to-tackle-poverty

Deadly Police Chase/ Police Brutality

Yet another driver in critical condition after police chase
A man is in a critical condition fighting for his life in hospital after a crash with a police car during a chase in Whangarei.

Police say he turned into the path of the pursuing police car and was thrown from the vehicle on Otaika Road early on Monday morning. [NZ Wire report.]

Teacher Grooms Student for Sex

Canterbury teacher Mark Robert Ashby struck off for grooming 14-year-old girl
Christchurch man Mark Robert Ashby, 27, has been struck off the teachers’ register.

Killed on the Roads

Family of crash victim Philip Eden angry he may have been killed by a drink driver
Cyclist Philip Eden had visited his elderly mother, something he did three times a week, when driver Mark Vincent Green caused the crash that killed him in north Christchurch on Friday.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/81248795/Family-of-crash-victim-Philip-Eden-angry-he-may-have-been-killed-by-a-drink-driver
Murder

Child Abuse

Child killed in New Zealand every five weeks
And that’s just the official records!!
https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/abuse-rates-rising-child-killed-in-new-zealand-every-five-weeks

Murder [NO Mystery]

Two in court following weekend murder
A man, 21, and a youth, 16, have been declined bail after allegedly attacking a man who died at the weekend in Murder City [Auckland.]
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11659935

Bodies Found

Body found on edge of Waikato River
The body found on the edge of the Waikato River yesterday was that of Hamilton man William Rex Sims. Mr Sims was reported missing last week.
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11659987

Killed by Drowning

Two divers drown at Pourerere Beach in Hawke’s Bay
Roger Nathan, 44, and Raymond Cooper, a 45-year-old truck driver from Whakatu, near Hastings, were named as Pourerere drowning victims. Nathan, a former professional paua diver is believed to have drowned while attempting to retrieve Cooper’s body at Pourerere on Sunday. Cooper’s body was recovered on Sunday, and the police dive squad recovered Nathan’s body on Monday morning.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/81233037/Roger-Nathan-and-Raymond-Cooper-named-as-Pourerere-drowning-victims

Road Fatalities

Two men killed in a crash on Main North Rd near Kainga on Friday
The two men who were killed in a crash in north Christchurch on Friday have been named as Philip Eden of Ohoka and Mark Vincent Green, 57, from Christchurch.  Vincent was driving a Toyota Corolla car and Eden was cycling at the time of the crash. Police say the car crashed into a truck-and-trailer unit causing the truck to hit the cyclist
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/81221449/Two-victims-of-crash-at-Kainga-near-Christchurch-named

Motorcyclist Killed in a crash in Okauia, Waikato
A motorcyclist was  killed inn a crash between a car and motorcycle at Okauia, near Matamata, on Sunday.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/81224602/Motorcyclist-dies-after-crash-in-Okauia-Waikato

Toddler killed by van in carpark named
2-year-old Isaiah Oxley was hit and killed by a van last Friday night at Aranui’s Cowles Stadium.
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11659989

The State’s other Stinking Secrets

Truth about the daily road carnage would hurt New Zealand’s $10 billion tourism industry…

The NZ TOURISTS or truth? Campaign (police censorship of road fatalities) continues…

Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 420 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016

  • No of road fatalities recorded by Minitru as of June 10: 154
  • No of road fatalities recorded by Minitru as of June 20: 160

nz road toll as doctored by police 20jun2016

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For what very little we are receiving, may God forgive our aggressors

Posted by te2ataria on May 27, 2016

Sent by a reader in the Evil City

Headline of the Week:

“One dead after apparently being struck by train”

“A person has died after they were apparently struck by a train in Lower Hutt.”   [Equally, the victim may have been hit by a submarine, a B52 flying as a drone, or even a UFO. It’s really difficult to know the exact cause!!]
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11645561

School Bus Crashes 

School bus crash no. 8, 9 or 10 this month

School bus crashes north of Auckland after brakes fail. at lest 5 pupils were hurt.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/80405798/School-children-injured-in-school-bus-crash-in-north-Auckland

Threatened by Pilots, Bus Drivers, Utility Employees…

Pilot threatens to leave tourists on glacier
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11645589

Road-Murders, Serious Injuries…

Man critically injured in “high speed rollover”
A male driver in his 50s was left in a critical condition after a “high speed rollover”, the the Westpac Rescue Helicopter said.    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/80406984/ejected-crash-driver-wasnt-wearing-seatbelt

Teen critically injured in head-on crash
A teenage boy suffered a head injury and was also flown to Waikato Hospital in a critical condition. He was a passenger in one of the two cars involved in the head-on crash at Karapiro.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/80406984/ejected-crash-driver-wasnt-wearing-seatbelt

Woman named in fatal crash
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11644735

Blind woman hit by bus in Dunedin
Motivational speaker Julie Woods, aka That Blind Woman, 50, was recovering in her central Dunedin home yesterday after being hit by a bus  and losing a lot of blood, on Tuesday.

“I’ve got nine stitches in the back of my head and a bump on my thigh. Apart from that, I’m very lucky.”  http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/384560/blind-woman-hit-bus-maori-hill

Driver critically injured in serious crash near Christchurch
A driver received serious injuries and had to be freed from the car after crashing into a power pole north of Christchurch.   http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/80400328/Driver-critically-injured-as-car-ripped-apart-after-crash-near-Christchurch

$5k to shift from Auckland – but what about a job?
“A $5000 grant is being offered to people to leave Auckland – but what’s waiting for them when they arrive in their new, regional home?”

The homeless are being shipped out to out-of-sight “concentration camps” with little prospect of a job or a future. http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/regional/304920/$5k-to-shift-from-auckland-but-what-about-a-job

First of homeless families arrive at Te Puea Marae
“A new support programme called Manaaki Tangata has been established by Te Puea Marae to provide relief, support, and comfort to those whanau who are homeless.  Marae spokesperson Hurimoana Dennis says they aim to bring some immediate short-term relief to Auckland’s most needy.”

Te Puea Marae’s doors are now open to Auckland’s homeless families…   https://www.maoritelevision.com/news/regional/first-homeless-families-arrive-te-puea-marae

Rise in homelessness ‘figment of imagination’ – Smith
Housing Minister Sick Nmith is calling the recent surge in homelessness a figment of people’s imagination. http://www.newshub.co.nz/politics/rise-in-homelessness-figment-of-imagination—smith-2016052408

Ubiquitous Stiffs, Dissected Body Parts and Human Remains

More human remains wash up on South Canterbury beach
“Search and rescue personnel are combing the beach, at the end of Aorangi Rd near Washdyke, after the discovery of detached leg bones and a foot in a boot on Wednesday.

“Police have confirmed they are not treating the death as suspicious. [This is the only way they can deal with thousands of similar incidents.]

“We’re treating this as an unexplained death, rather than anything sinister,” he said.

“A member of the public found the remains and handed them into the Timaru police station on Wednesday.

“While people would usually call police to the scene in similar situations, Gaskin said people had handed in body parts to the station [many times] in the past.”
http://www.stuff.co.nz/timaru-herald/news/80406675/Human-remains-wash-up-on-South-Canterbury-beach

Today is DAY 162 of the latest NZ TOURISTS or truth? (police censorship of road fatalities) campaign

Put differently, “Today, all New Zealanders walked to work … they used NO cars, trucks, motorcycles… and, consequently, there were NO road fatalities to report!!?”

  • NO road fatalities reported as of writing.
  • Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 373 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016

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Inequality in New Zealand in brief

Posted by te2ataria on June 26, 2015

TRUE or FALSE?

Inequality in NZ hasn’t risen in 20 years: Treasury paper

A recent OECD report has found income inequality in New Zealand was above average for the group.

The OECD report released in December also indicated that the Gini coefficient, which broadly measures inequality, rose faster in New Zealand than in many other OECD countries between 1985 and 2011. Growing inequality meant the New Zealand economy didn’t grow to its full potential, stalling at 28 per cent growth between 1990 and 2010, instead of growing by 44 per cent.

However, the new Treasury report says inequality in this country has remained mostly constant since the early 1990s.

Actually, it’s TRUE. Inequality cannot physically rise any higher:

One per cent of the population own just about everything; ninety-nine per cent own FAAKK ALL!

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Two-thirds of young NZers are suicidal

Posted by te2ataria on September 8, 2013

The title of article posted below should have been

“How the police state has made two-thirds of young NZers suicidal”

Those of you who read this blog regularly may recall previous headlines like “NZers are among the happiest nation in the world [despite having the highest suicide rates in the world,]” and so forth…

As for the other one-third, they join the police force or the military, kill a few brown people at home or murder in cold blood a dozen women and kids in Iraq, Afghanistan … , and then commit suicide.

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Here’s the article:

Nearly two thirds of young kiwis depressed

By: Bruce Russell| Newstalk ZB| Sunday September 8 2013 14:58

Nearly two-thirds of young New Zealanders are showing signs of depressed mood.

Recent results from the New Zealand Sovereign Wellbeing index have revealed the need to improve our wellbeing by encouraging a flourishing community.

University of Canterbury lecturer Tracy Clelland says the country rates very poorly compared with most European countries, particularly in the area of connecting with others in the neighbourhood.

“Things like more local events where people can come together, just making sure you knock on the door of the neighbour’s house, just making sure you know who your neighbours are.”

The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week next month is connecting with others.

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Other People’s Money

Posted by te2ataria on July 1, 2012

The contrast couldn’t be more stark!

Every winter one Family has to take their children to hospital because they become sick from the cold, while another family fly their children to Hawaii to keep them healthy!


Taleni Nouata with her partner Pio Lafo and son TJ Lafo (2) outside their state house in Papakura. “Every winter, Taleni Lafo has to take her two young children to hospital.” Photo: Natalie Slade – NZHerald


John Key, the millionaire PM of New Zealand, stands in front of his palatial home in St Stevens Ave, Parnell, Auckland, reportedly worth $9 million. As John Key’s estimated wealth reaches $80 to $100 million  mark, at least one in six New Zealanders, both Maori and Europeans, live in poverty. Photo: Geoff Dale. Image may be subject to copyright


 Mr Key relaxing in his pool after a hard day’s work.
Photographer  Simon Young – From Metro Issue 286, April 2005. The image may be subject to copyright.


“Success Court” at Omaha Beach (north of Auckland) – John Key’s NZ weekend getaway home is priced about NZ$3 million. Photo credit: Chris Gorman.
Correction : Refer to http://m.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=11179945

John Key also owns a multimillion dollar villa in Ho’olei, Maui, Hawaii, where he takes his family when NZ gets too cold!!

“From the wide, shady “lanai” deck of John Key’s $5.6 million Maui holiday home, the view of the Pacific Ocean and Wailea Beach is sweeping. [The villa is located in] the gated community of Ho’olei, part of the Wailea Beach development on the southern side of Maui – 600ha of world-class resorts, 2000 condominiums and 500 private homes, three championship golf courses, a dozen world class restaurants, countless pools, several luxury spas and the 12-court Wailea Tennis Club,” according to a report.

“The website describes [John Key’s Villa] as featuring ‘spacious two-storey town homes with finely-appointed interiors, private elevators, and attached garages, marrying the virtues of a free-standing residence with the convenience of condominium living. Ho’olei has broad, west-facing ocean views and is surrounded on three sides by the Wailea Blue Golf Course’. Key’s apartment overlooks the golf-course. Price? A reported US$3.25 million [currently believed to be worth about US$6.8 million as of correction, dated 19 December 2015.]”


Wailea Blue Course. Wailea’s Blue is a true Hawaiian classic, and akin to the perfect hostess. Her picturesque fairways guide guests on a relaxing jaunt through the heart of resort, offering inviting views of Maui’s neighboring islands and its 10,023-foot dormant volcano, Mt. Haleakala. Credit: WBC.

Mr Key also owns an apartment in London, which is worth at least UKP 10 million. More…

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NZ Porn Pimp announces another ‘Boobs on Bikes’ Parade

Posted by te2ataria on March 21, 2010

July 18, 2011

THIS PAGE HAS BEEN HACKED BY WORDPRESS FOR A SECOND TIME AND A PHOTO OF STEVE CROW [AND CAPTION] REMOVED.

WORDPRESS HAS ALSO REMOVED THE REVISION HISTORY FOR THE POST DATED BETWEEN 21 MARCH 2010,  AND TODAY [July 18, 2011]

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The so-called “Porn and Prostitution King Pimp” Steve Crow is one of a number of people New Zealand would be much better off without

Crow is planning to have his prostitutes bare breasts, again, over Anzac weekend.

His Erotica Expo, incorporating Boobs on Bikes parade, sex toys … is being planned for Levin Palmerston North, and Whanganui.

When asked why he’s again staging his whore parade on ANZAC weekend, Crow said there was nothing wrong with the timing. Like the New Zealand media, he has a job to do.

Their job is to “glorify” the war machine in general, and in particular to recruit young, unintelligent kids for the military by associating soldiering with sex appeal.

Ironically, a psychologist at a university in Scotland who has surveyed women worldwide has found that about two-thirds of New Zealand women prefer a man with feminine features, a report said. Presumably, the remaining one third prefer same sex.

Back to the issue:

Should Crow be allowed to stay in New Zealand, continuing to infect the society, or should he be put on a boat and cast away from our shores?

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Competition: Name This Ship

Posted by te2ataria on March 19, 2010

Competition: Find an Appropriate Name for This Ship


Navy’s newest ship: OTAGO

The Navy’s newest ship, Otago, finally crosses the Tasman this weekend, two years after it was finished [it was tied up at a Melbourne wharf, instead of breaking wind on the high seas.]

The offshore patrol vessel (OPV), (in New Zealand we also have in-shore patrol vessels (IPV) class, and soon one “onshore” vessel would be added, too), one of Project Protector group, had been caught in a dispute with Australian shipbuilder BAE Systems.  Otago is sailing for Devonport on Sunday, and its skipper, Lieutenant Commander Simon Rooke, will bring the boat into Devonport next Friday.

“It is an incredible feeling to be hours away from sailing from Melbourne to sail Otago home,” he said.

“The entire ship is a hive of activity, and excitement, as we make our final preparations to sail.”

The Offshore Patrol Vessels  can go further offshore, “stay at sea longer, and conduct more challenging operations than the Inshore Patrol Vessels, and will enable the RNZN to conduct patrol and surveillance operations around New Zealand, the southern ocean and into the Pacific.”  Stuff NZ said.

Readers are invited to find an appropriate name for Otago.

Top 10 entries will receive an honorable mention. Best names so far:

  1. NZNS  Poverty
  2. NZNS  Ignorance
  3. NZNS  Next Stop Shanghai
  4. NZIS Blue Peter, Yellow Sea
  5. NZNS  Jon Key (The Skimmer)
  6. NZNS Budget Deficit
  7. NZNS  The Ocean Potty
  8. NZNS F**k the Malnourished Kids (Destroyer Class 300,000)
  9. USS  Pakeha

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Business Ownership: Did you know?

Posted by te2ataria on March 15, 2010

sent by a reader in Auckland

Did you know?

Per capita, there are more Israeli-owned businesses in New Zealand than anywhere else in the world, state of New York included, with the obvious exception of Israel itself.

As to the number of Israeli con artists who are operating in this country …

[Anyone still wondering how John Key came to be the appointed PM of New Zealand?]

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Back to the ‘Unigirl’ Virginity Prostitution

Posted by te2ataria on February 4, 2010

Selling Your Body Is Prostitution by any Other Name

If you knew your GP was a prostitute while at the medical school, would you still trust her with your kids’ mental and physical health?

There are three aspects to the disturbing story about the so-called ‘Unigirl’ selling her body to make ends meet while at university: the pathetic, the social and the really awful aspects.


The greedy PM of New Zealand, John Key and his family.
His daughter “Stephie” was born in 1993.  John Key has an estimated wealth of about $100million of other peoples money. His daughter would have no problem paying someone to take her virginity (again and again). This file is licensed under the Creative CommonsAttribution-Share Alike 2.0 See author details.

The Pathetic Aspect

How probable is it for a Kiwi girl older than about 12 to remain a virgin?

How would anyone know she is actually a virgin? What if she was a pro with a convincing story and an assortment of STD? Could the bidder claim back his [assuming that it is a he and not a she] money?

Is “taking a virginity” really worth paying $46,000 for? How many times will she submit to the bidder? Will she enter a formal contract? What if the bidder didn’t pay her? What will she do when she runs out of money the next time? And so on …

The Social Aspect

Could New Zealand honestly claim to be more socially, never mind morally, advanced than any other ‘Third World’ country, where people sell their spare (!) kidney to make ends meet? [Note: In many countries selling a kidney and other body parts is not regarded as prostitution.]

The Really Awful Aspect

Assuming the girl is telling the truth both about her virginity and the intentions to go to university, isn’t is bloody awful that people like her have to sell their body to afford an education, while the greedy, unethical Prime Minister John Key (shame be upon him) keeps on taking other people’s money to add to his wealth?

The Irony: The dishonourable PM of New Zealand has amassed about $100million of other people’s money. His daughter would have no problem paying someone to take her virginity (again and again).

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Jack and Jill Got a Bum Deal

Posted by te2ataria on November 29, 2009

sent by a bean counter

Jack and Jill NOT Short of Skill

But they Have NO Money in the Till

Jack  and Jill can’t pay their Bill. They both work their asses off, but aren’t paid enough for a square meal.

Jack [Terry Victory, 37,] and Jill [Donna, 34,] both work and earn a combined income of $933 a week after tax. After mortgage payment savages their wallet [they bought a modest house for just under $280,000, in Papatoetoe, a suburb of Manukau City, one of the four cities that make up Auckland,] they have only $33 a week left for food, petrol and all other living costs.

Jack and Jill have no money to drive up the hill to get a pail of water, or a proper meal for 14-yo Shontelle, Donna’s daughter.

“We rely on Terry’s overtime to be able to make ends meet,” Mrs Victory said.

But that was never guaranteed. In fact, they were forced to borrow money twice from Mrs Victory’s parents this year, to pay their bills and make ends meet.

Jack and Jill couldn’t afford to buy a pail, or the petrol to drive up the hill to get some water. So they borrowed some money from Jill’s mother, to buy food for Jill’s daughter.

Why buy a new car if you can’t afford one?

“We had to get a new car because the car we had was costing us $500 for repairs every second warrant …”

What’s the excuse for a new fridge and washing machine?

Mrs victory says  the fridge she owned since her daughter was a baby finally stopped working and the washing machine died on her, too.

“We had to get new ones on hire purchase because we didn’t have the cash,” she said.

Initially they received Labour’s Working for Families payments, which  helped a bit. But they soon lost entitlement because Mr Victory’s clocked up some overtime.

“Because he did overtime it got to the point where they were ringing us saying your income is more than you said, and we ended up with a $2500 bill at the end of the financial year,” Mrs Victory said.

“Then we were eligible for $9 a week, and ended up with another bill at the end of that financial year. So I said, ‘Just don’t pay us anything until the end of the financial year’.

“We don’t earn low enough to get Government help, and we don’t earn high enough to get by,” she said. “We are stuck in the middle.”

But they are still better off than many. Mrs Victory will join a school support staff march up Queen St tomorrow in support of colleagues who start on just $12.94 an hour and are forced to work two jobs, often moonlighting as caregivers for the disabled or the elderly.”

“They leave school at 2.45pm and go to work starting at 3pm at another job and work until 9 or 10pm. Some of them do sleepovers and come to work the next morning, and they have husbands who work as well. That’s how hard it is to survive.”

Ironically, because they both work, they don’t qualify for state benefit. You would have thought they get a tax relief.

“They asked, ‘Are you on a benefit?’ ‘No, we both work,”‘ she said. “‘Well, you don’t qualify’ they said.

“So then we thought about trying to buy our own house and were lucky enough to get a mortgage broker who secured it against my parents’ house. We had no deposit. We had huge loans from our wedding. We consolidated the loans into the mortgage.”

Compare and Contrast

Hey what’s happening here? If we are doing so bad economically, how come our appointed Prime Minister “is among 134 men, eight women and 42 families on the Rich List who have a combined wealth of $44.426 billion?”

John Key, the Prime Minister

According to NBR Mr Key owns properties in Auckland, Omaha Beach, Wellington, London and Hawaii, and is a heavy investor in the Dairy Investment Fund, a private equity investor focused on deregulating the dairy sector.

Wait a minute! I thought you said he comes from a humble beginning, and he certainly isn’t academically qualified for a top job, nor has he any particular skills that Jack and Jill lack. Why is he at least $50 million richer?


John Key at his palatial home, reportedly worth $9 million, in St Stevens Ave, Parnell, Auckland. Photo: Geoff Dale. Image may be subject to copyright

Mr Key,  one of  the richest people in the country, “is among 134 men, eight women and 42 families on the Rich List who have a combined wealth of $44.426 billion.” That’s   $10,000 for every man woman and kid in the country.

The Rich List shows that despite tough economic times, New Zealand’s rich have got richer and the country now has a record eight billionaires.”

But why John Key? He hasn’t done an honest day’s work in all his life. I mean, let’s face it all he has ever done is playing with [stealing] other people’s money. Why should he be made super rich?

Good bye Jack, Good bye Jill, and better luck in the next lifetime, still.

Well, it’s time to go to bed now. Perhaps, you can work it all out by yourselves when you wake up. Good Night Dears, God Bless and Happy Dreams!

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