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Melbourne man killed in front of wife, three kids after adventure trip

Posted by te2ataria on January 14, 2016

Another Australian killed in New Zealand

An Australian man was killed when he reportedly fell in front of his wife and three children after a canyoning trip with his family near Queenstown on Monday.

“Senior Sergeant Paula Enoka, of Queenstown, said the man, 52, had been taking part in a canyoning trip with his family on Monday and had returned to base, between Glenorchy and Queenstown, when he fell and hit his head.”

He died in front of his three children, aged between 12 and 17 years, and his wife.

Canyoning Queenstown managing director Stefan Crawford blamed the death on “some sort of medical event”.

The victim’s wife said he did not have any pre-existing medical conditions. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/75881208/melbourne-man-dies-in-front-of-family-after-adventure-trip-near-queenstown.html


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Tiny fraction of latest road kills and mayhem in the “news Islands”

Posted by te2ataria on March 20, 2015

Media update re Fatal Hit and Run

Saturday, 21 March 2015 – 12:39am

The Honda Civic car and driver involved in the fatal hit and run in Universal Drive, Henderson, Auckland, has been located, said the police.

“Earlier reports that the deceased was riding a motorcycle is not correct. He was riding a push cycle.”

Fatal Crash Update, Alfriston, Counties Manukau

A fatal crash occurred on the Alfriston-Ardmore Road at around 8am on Thursday 19 March, said Counties Manukau Police Serious Crash.

18 year old Brandon Rowe was confirmed dead at the scene.

Officer in Charge of the Counties Manukau Police Serious Crash Unit  says that it appears that the Mazda lost control and crashed into a power pole.

Victim of fatal crash near Templeton named

Friday, 20 March 2015 – 10:50am – Canterbury

Canterbury Police have named the victim of a fatal two-vehicle crash that occurred shortly after 7.30am yesterday (19 March 2015) morning a short distance from the intersection of SH73 West Coast Rd and Miners Rd. He was Ian William Clarke.

Pedestrian killed after being struck by a truck in Wanganui

Pedestrian struck by truck Friday, 20 March 2015 – 12:44am

The collision occurred at the intersection of Great North Road and London Street at about 11.10pm killing the [unidentified] person died at the scene, police said.

Body found beside river Thursday, 19 March 2015 – 9:07am

The body of a man was found in the water at the edge the Waikato River in Huntly, said police.
The man was found just before 8am on the riverside at Harris Street Huntly. [Victim’s name and nationality has NOT been released.]

Police name victim of industrial incident south of Timaru

Canterbury Police have named the victim of an industrial incident at Gordons Valley Lime Company, south of Timaru, which occurred at approximately 7.15pm on 19 March 2015.  He was 43 year old Scott James Baldwin from South Canterbury.

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Posted by te2ataria on March 10, 2015


NO murders, road kills, gang rapes, muggings, tourist assaults… are currently being reported due to the full enforcement of an ongoing NEWS BLACKOUT in New Zealand

Alert Status:  CODE RED

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Posted by te2ataria on March 6, 2015


Code RED

See Ministry of Truth for an explanation of the codes.

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Another German tourist killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on December 26, 2012

Google employee killed in New Zealand

Police have named the German tourist who was killed in Mount Aspiring as 38-year-old Frank Spychalski.

Frank Spychalski-
Frank Spychalski, 38, was killed in Mount Aspiring National Park in South Westland when he fell 200 metres from a ridge, police said.  His last entry on google diary dated November 27, 2012  read: “Back on the Te Araroa and moving faster than ever.  Rented a MTB for today (well, an old wrack that hasn’t seen maintenance in years) and per chance picked a trail that’s part of the TA. Somehow NZ feels like a huge outdoor entertainment pack.”

On Google site, Spychalski has been described as an “espresso addict, software engineer & outdoor geek”.

The dead man worked for Google in Munich, Germany.

His  body was found in Mount Aspiring National Park in South Westland where he fell 200 metres from a ridge, police said.

Yet another feather in Google’s news censorship cap!

On average, 3 foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 4 days.

Frank Spychalski was probably the 2,600th visitor killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

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More Deaths on New Zealand Roads

Posted by te2ataria on March 9, 2009

New Zealand Rule: By Way of Deception

Reporting road deaths in New Zealand is bad for business: Official

Read this post first:

Land Transport NZ Caught Massaging Road Death Toll, Again!

MEDIA REPORTED ROAD DEATHS since February 27, 2009 (continued)

9. [March 6, 2009] A 19-month-old Napier toddler died after being run over by car.

10. [March 6, 2009]  Shirley Ann Dunlop, 50, died in hospital this morning after being badly burnt when her vehicle burst into flames last night.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2007988/Woman-dies-after-ute-catches-fire

Nincompoop police are investigating how Ms. Dunlop’s ute (pickup truck) caught fire!  New Zealand Govt does not release statistics concerning the inordinate number of cars that catch fire, go out of control, or disintegrate on New Zealand roads causing many  deaths and many more near-fatal injuries. Image released by NZ police idiots, via stuff nz.

11. [March 7, 2009] The 28-year-old Wairoa resident was airlifted to Hawke’s Bay Hospital with serious head injuries. She died on Sunday morning. http://www.gisborneherald.co.nz/Default.aspx?s=3&s1=2&id=9955

[Update: Jessica Amie Leigh Ramsey “was thrown from the car she was travelling in when it left the road on a bend north of Whakaki, 18km north of Wairoa, hit a bank and rolled a number of times. She was taken to Hawke’s Bay Hospital with serious head injuries but died on Sunday. A 44-year-old man who was travelling with her received  “moderate to serious” (!)  injuries.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2255008/Woman-dies-in-Wairoa-crash]

12. [March 7, 2009] A Dunedin oral surgeon Philip (Phil) James Cox (58) was  killed on Saturday night in a head-on collision on State Highway 8 at Millers Flat.  http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/46624/oral-surgeon-killed-millers-flat-crash

The above detailed road deaths make it a total of 12  REPORTED road deaths in New Zealand for the period 27 February to 7 March 2009.

Total number of road deaths NOT reported by the media for the same period: At least 7 dead

Grand total of road deaths [reported and unreported] for the 9-day period: At least 19 dead

Total number of road deaths recorded by Shameful Land Transport NZ since February 26, 2009 :  3 dead

Total number of road deaths recorded by Shameful Land Transport NZ for the month of March (to date) : 1 dead

Percentage of media reported road deaths recorded by Shameful Land Transport NZ:  25 %

Percentage of all (reported and unreported)  road deaths recorded by Shameful Land Transport NZ:  15.8 %

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Behold, They’ve Killed Another Tourist Again … Again …

Posted by te2ataria on July 23, 2008

Dead tourists are NEVER suspicious in New Zealand. Tourists just love to go there and get themselves killed [raped or mugged] in a bush.

[Surprise, Surprise] Body in bush was British tourist

Wednesday, 23 July 2008

Police say the death of a 48-year-old British tourist whose body was discovered yesterday north of Otaki on the Kapiti Coast is not suspicious.

Detective Sergeant Todd McLoughlin of Horowhenua CIB said the man was discovered in bush area by the caretaker of a private property on Forest Lakes Road.

A postmortem, performed today in Palmerston North, found no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.

Police did not release the man’s name and were trying to contact his family in Britain. NZPA [copyright the author or the news agency.] http://www.stuff.co.nz/4628378a11.html

Why do the New Zealand police bother “investigating” dead tourists? Surely, they are a familiar phenomenon!

BODY FIND: Police investigators at the scene where the body was found. Photo: SAM BAKER/Manawatu Standard. Image may be subject to copyright. See NewZeelend Fair Use Notice!

Interestingly, New Zealand Police had already decided that the incident was an “unexplained death.” They said the body was in a “strange circumstance, but we haven’t found suspicious circumstances.”

The sole function of New Zealand coroners seems to be that of toeing the official line on tourist deaths!

Here’s news of discovery a day earlier:

Body found ‘in strange circumstances’

Tuesday, 22 July 2008

Police are dealing with an unexplained death at Forest Lakes, north of Otaki.

Details were sketchy, but a police spokesman said tonight the body was in a “strange circumstance, but we haven’t found suspicious circumstances”.

“We’re taking it seriously and are awaiting the results of a post mortem examination,” he said.

The spokesman said the body was that of a man, possibly aged in his 40s, and possibly from overseas. — NZPA [copyright the author or the news agency.]


To All Future Tourist Who Plan to Leave New Zealand in Body Bags:

Just before you die, leave a message on this blog stating the cause of your impending death as clearly as you can!

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