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Christchurch running out of water?

Posted by te2ataria on July 28, 2016

City’s aquifers hit record lows

Christchurch’s local authorities are clueless as to how much water will be needed as the city grows, according to a three year investigation.

“It comes at a time when the city’s aquifers have hit record lows, and the councils are looking at ways to cut the amount of water being used.”

Christchurch residents use an average of 357 litres of water per person per day, or a total of 48 million cubic metres each year, which costs the city council about 45 cents per household per day. [Hint! Hint!!]   http://www.starcanterbury.co.nz/

Other News in Drips…

Zombie Justice

Jeanette Taylor, 40, was killed in a car crash on February 26. Her killer, Joshua James Moffett, 32, was “sentenced” in the Gangrape City [Palmerston North] District Court on Thursday for careless driving causing her death.

Zombie Judge Stephanie Edwards sentenced him to 200 hours’ community work, disqualified from driving for 12 months, and ordered to pay $5,000 reparation to Taylor’s family. Wow! That’s how cheap life is in New Zealand.

Taylor’s sister Katrina Gore told the zombie court that their mother was killed in a car crash on the Desert Road in 1987.

Yet another body found at yet another house fire


NZ’s Rich List [But WHY is the system so rigged that entire families, if they are lucky, have to live in garages, and less than one percent of the population have more money than the other 99 percent?]

Top 10 List:

1 – Graeme Hart – $7b
2 – Richard Chandler – $4.2b
3 – Todd Family – $3.3b
4 – Erceg Family – $3.3b
5 – Michael Friedlander – $1.5b
6 – Christopher Chandler – $1.4b
7 – Goodman Family – $1.35b
8 – Stephen Jennings – $1b
9 – Michael Fay – $900m
9 – Douglas Myers – $900m
9 – David Richwhite – $900m

The State’s other Stinking Secrets

Truth about the daily 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 524 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016.

  • No of road fatalities recorded by Minitru as of July 28: Only 186




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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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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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