NO vehicle-related fatality report allowed so far today!
Chinese man was the victim of crash on Coronation and Archers Road in Glenfield
Name release, Glenfield fatal, Coronation and Archers Road crash
A 28-year-old Chinese motorcyclist Enhe Zhou was killed violently in a crash with another vehicle on Coronation and Archers Road in Glenfield on Tuesday, 28th February, 2017.
Man found in Mangawhai Domain has been identified: police
“The man found deceased by a member of the public has now been identified.”
Body located on Fox Glacier
The Police operation to examine and recover the human remains discovered on Fox Glacier has been postponed for the day after clouds closed in.
Unidentified man found deceased in Mangawhai Domain
At around 7.30am this morning Police were called to the Mangawhai Domain after a member of the public found a deceased man. The death is not considered to be suspicious and will be referred to the Coroner, however Police are having difficulty identifying the man.
He has no ID on him but is described as the following: Aged in his 20’s… [How could any death be suspicious in New Zealand??]
Man’s body found at Muriwai Beach
“Police said the body was recovered from the northern Muriwai shoreline, near the Defence Force bombing range.”
A swimmer went missing at the beach on Sunday and search and rescue operations have found no trace of the person.
Gang Rape, Rape, Attempted Rape, “Sexnapping”…
CORRECTION: it was Hawke’s Bay NOT Hake’s Bay as previously stated by Police – incident in Greenmeadows
“Hawke’s Bay [NOT Hake’s Bay] Police are appealing for information from the public regarding an incident that occurred on the York Ave side of Anderson Park in Napier on Friday 24th February.
“At about 6.30 pm a woman was walking in Anderson Park when a male ran up from behind and grabbed her, before running off across York Ave and up Park Road towards Avondale Road.
“Police believe the incident was sexually motivated. The women was not hurt but was shaken.
“The offender is described as a male Caucasian, 6ft tall in his 20’s with brown hair. He was wearing dark baggy shorts, a dark singlet, and was bare-foot but carrying jandals.” http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/correction-hawkes-bay-police-investigating-incident-greenmeadows
Proudly Killed in New Zealand
Fatal crash Springvale SH85 – Name release
“Police are now in a position to release the name of the man who was killed in a crash on SH85, near Springvale, Central Otago, on February 28th 2017.”
The victim was 54-year-old Richard Kohler, whose nationality has not been revealed.
Pedestrian killed in Dunedin – Name release – ANOTHER CORRECTION by police
“Police are now in a position to release the name of the pedestrian who died after being hit by a vehicle on Saturday 25 February. She was 78-year-old Margaret Mary Jane Herbert of Dunedin.”
Incident at property in Rangiriri, Waikato
A man [believed to be foreign worker] was killed last night at a rural property on Plantation Road, Rangiriri, Waikato, after an accident with farming equipment. “Police and other emergency services responded to the incident shortly before 6pm tonight and Police are now in the process of notifying next of kin.”
NZ Police: Extreme Malevolence, Phenomenal Incompetence, Institutional Corruption
Partner of Karangahake Gorge man [Assassinated] by police accuses cops of withholding information
The partner of a man shot dead by police officers last year has accused police of withholding information on how he died.
Mike Taylor, 57, was shot by police after allegedly attacking officers armed with a machete on his remote rural County Rd property near Paeroa in the Karangahake Gorge on June 10 last year.
Now, his partner, Natalie Avery, has spoken to the Herald to raise concerns over her dealings with police over the last eight months.
“I don’t know who killed Michael, so any time I see an officer or have interaction with one I’m left wondering if that is the officer who killed Michael,” Avery said.
“I am finding this very hard to deal with.” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/crime/news/article.cfm?c_id=30&objectid=11810737
Family forced to live in tent in Cromwell because rents are too high
A family in Cromwell, Central Otago, is living in a tent because the rent is unaffordable. The town is facing an accommodation crisis, with the average price of a house climbing to $500,000 and pushing rents up too.
|Public ID||2017p161601 (Geonet)
|Universal Time||March 1 2017, 19:01:02|
|NZ Daylight Time||Thu, Mar 2 2017, 8:01:02 am|
|Location||20 km south-west of Cheviot|
|Latitude, Longitude||-42.96, 173.09|
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