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NZ police solving “unexplained deaths?”

Posted by te2ataria on September 17, 2016

Sent by a reader in NZ’s Murder Capital [“Auckland”]

The dummkopfs couldn’t solve home-invasion rapes with the rapist’s driving license left behind!!!

Police “investigating” another unexplained death in Auckland!?

Police say they are are investigating yet another “unexplained death” in Auckland.

They were called to a house in the suburb of Glen Innes early this morning.

A police spokeswoman says officers are at the scene investigating the circumstances, looking for  anything suspicious that might warrant further investigation!!!

Police are not revealing the gender or the age of the person, God forbid someone might come up with a useful lead.

–Sourced from Newstalk ZB

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Another dead body found in ‘Gorky Park’

Posted by te2ataria on August 13, 2016

‘Murder-mystery’ in south Auckland park NOT treated as suspicious

Police were notified of yet another body being found in south Auckland (Mangere Centre Park) on Saturday, said a police spokesperson.

Within minutes of the discovery, however, police decided neither to treat the death as suspicious, nor even investigate further.   http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/83139358/Body-found-in-south-Auckland-park

Deadly crashes plague NZ roads, but very few reported

Woman killed in Whangarei crash
A woman was killed in a two-car crash in Whangarei on Friday. A police spokeswoman said the victim was taken to hospital in a serious condition but later died of her injuries. [This is at least the 16th reported fatality on NZ death roads since August 3, 2016.]

Driver killed in Waikato crash
A person was burnt to death in a single vehicle crash in Waikato this morning. The crash occurred about 3am on State Highway 30, near Templeview, west of Hamilton. The car burst into flames with the occupant trapped inside the car. [This is at least the 17th reported fatality on NZ death roads since August 3, 2016.] http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/83133760/One-dead-in-fiery-early-morning-crash-in-Waikato

Mystery surrounds Nelson crash
Two of the most incompetent police forces in NZ are looking into a possible link between a car crash which happened on Thursday evening and a 27-year-old woman in Nelson Hospital with serious injuries.

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Another body found in a burnt car

Posted by te2ataria on February 26, 2016

Foreword: In NZ, we grow up believing cars will spontaneously burst into flames at the end of their usability cycle, often with the driver still inside, and sometimes the driver is dead before the car catches fire. Baaa…

Body found by burnt car in Lower Hutt park

From “murder-mystery” to “suspicious” to “unexplained death” to “not seeking anyone else in connection with the incident” in one sentence.

“Police investigating how a body next to a burning car came to be in a Wellington park this morning say they are not seeking anyone else in connection with the incident.”

They said earlier they believed they had  identified the body, which was found just outside the driver’s door of the burnt-out car.

The police statement was issued within minutes of arriving at the scene and despite the fact that “even usually identifiable features of the car – such as number plates – were unrecognisable”.

Previous similar incident occurred two weeks ago:

Other road-murders today:

One person killed in fatal crash near Palmerston North

One person was killed in a two-vehicle fatal crash near Palmerston North. The incident happened at the intersection of Roberts Line and Newbury Line in Palmerston North.

Another person sustained unspecified injuries. http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/77296966/one-person-dead-after-fatal-crash-near-palmerston-north


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70,004 reasons NZ is the worst country in the world

Posted by te2ataria on February 7, 2016

Foreword: In NZ, we grow up believing cars will spontaneously ignite at the end of their usability cycle, often with the driver still inside, and sometimes the driver is dead before the car catches fire. Baaa…

Blog’s new theme is in response to the following pathetic attempt to whitewash New Zealand:

70 reasons NZ is the best [sic] country in the world

For the first 69,990 reasons see blog content.

Reasons No. 69,991 – 69,994. [NZ Death Roads] At least four killed on New Zealand roads in less than 24 hours

  • Motorcyclist killed in New Plymouth crash named: Police have named  the motorcyclist killed after a crash in New Plymouth on Friday night. He was 51 year old Cornelius Van Der Watt.

69,995. [NZ Death Roads] Another motorcyclist killed in fatal Hawke’s Bay crash on SH5: The fatal crash takes the Waitangi weekend road toll to five. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/76657041/Tourist-driver-and-motorcyclist-involved-in-fatal-Hawkes-Bay-crash-on-SH5

69,996. [Unexplained Deaths] Body found in a burning car in Marlborough:  Tasman police spokeswoman Barbara Dunn said “At this stage it is unexplained”. [In NZ, we grow up believing cars will spontaneously ignite at the end of their usability cycle, often with the driver still inside, and sometimes the driver is dead before the car catches fire. Baaa…] http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/76657132/Body-found-in-burning-car-in-Marlborough

[NOTE: The above link was hacked. It was replaced with an unrelated link. Corrected on February 26. Moderator ]

69,997. [Violent New Zealand] 61-year-old woman hospitalised after serious assault: The woman was transported to hospital in critical condition but is now in a stable condition, after being unconscious for five hours, police said. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11585908

69,998. Five-year-old left school unnoticed and caught a bus with a stranger” A worried father is pulling his 5-year-old daughter from a West Auckland primary school after she wandered off the school grounds.  “They didn’t want to call the police. They said they had to wait four hours before doing that. I put my foot down. I yelled until they called the police.” [5-year-old Rochelle, is black.] http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-news/western-leader/76607608/Five-year-old-left-school-unnoticed-and-caught-a-bus-with-a-stranger

69,999. [NZ Tourist Deathtraps ] Trapped in a hot, swinging gondola: ‘Kids were screaming’

Christchurch mum Tash Smith was stuck in a swinging, hot gondola for nearly two hours with four screaming children. Smith felt the company “failed their duty of care and treated us worse then livestock”.

“The way [staff] handled it was disgusting.” Aside from vowing never going on the city’s gondolas again, the children – aged 4, 7, 7, and 8 – had “been put off for life” going on any similar attractions abroad.

Stalled high above the ground, the carriage swung in the wind and jolted whenever it appeared maintenance staff were trying to move it. “It was scary, and sent the kids off each time,” Smith said. “They were in tears and screaming in fear, saying ‘we’re going to die’.” http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/76658472/Trapped-in-a-hot-swinging-gondola-Kids-were-screaming

70,000. [Raped or Assaulted in NZ] Two assaults on women in Dunedin: Police say two women in Dunedin were separately assaulted within 30 hours. A 22-year-old woman was assaulted on North Rd by two men travelling in a red car about 2.30am on Saturday. Shortly before 6am on Sunday, a 40-year-old woman was seriously assaulted at an address on Cutten St. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/76665240/Two-assaults-on-women-investigated-in-Dunedin

70,001. [Mystery Fires] Three Auckland houses burn in one day:  http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/76656965/auckland-fire-crews-fight-three-house-fires-in-one-day

70,002. [Missing in NZ] Glider Missing in the “Air”: Authorities are searching for a glider from Omarama Gliding that did not return from a flight on Saturday afternoon. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/76662244/Search-under-way-for-missing-glider-pilot-in-North-Otago

70,003. [Missing in NZ] Search to resume for man who disappeared in Waikato River: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11585802

70,004. [Killed, Raped, Mugged or Injured in NZ] Six more [tourists] injured in two-car crash: Six people have received “a rang of injuries” after a two-car crash north of Christchurch Sunday afternoon. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11585921

More reasons will follow…

70,005. [Workplace Death, Again!] Man electrocuted while servicing the refrigeration units at Henergy Eggs in Masterton. The 44-year-old man, an employee of Callister Electrical and Refrigeration, became yet another statistic in Workunsafe NZ. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/wairarapa-times-age/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503414&objectid=11585193

70,006. [Killed or injured in yet another crash on deadly NZ roads] Six-car crash reported on Auckland’s Northern Motorway. https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/six-car-crash-on-aucklands-northern-motorway


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NEWS BLACKOUT continues in New Zealand – DAY 48

Posted by te2ataria on February 4, 2016

Road Fatalities and Tourist Deaths: DAY 48 of latest NEWS BLACKOUT campaign in NZ

Today was also the day thousands of angry protesters shut down intersections in Auckland’s CBD to “send a message” against the TPPA signing.

Trade ministers from the 12 countries joined in the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement (TPPA) today signed the biggest trade deal in history in Auckland, despite the massive public outrage. [What have the people got to do with issues of national interest?]

Council Trade union secretary Sam Huggard said the government did not consider people in the TPPA plan, reports Erin Speedy.
“They didn’t want us to say we want an end to corporate greed.”

“We don’t want them growing up in a country where the government is scared of every movement they make because they’re scared they’re going to p*** off some overseas corporates,” he said. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/76517301/TPPA-signing-Live-coverage-from-Auckland-as-trade-deal-signed

… and the day when

Our corrupt PM chickened out of attending Waitangi celebrations… “I’m certainly not running scared, I’ve made a commitment to go every year and I have.”

“I can’t go and I won’t go with a gagging order on me,” he said.

Large-scale protests around the country today in response to the Government signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) also meant concerns about potential riots and protests had put him and his security staff in a “dangerous position”.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/76578090/ngapuhi-elder-warns-there-will-be-trouble-if-john-key-attends-te-tii-marae

Meanwhile, Japan’s Yamaguchi prefecture began marketing itself as “the new Australia” or more precisely as “the fake Australia” since the two places have absolutely nothing in common!  http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-02-03/japan-prefecture-marketing-itself-as-the-new-australia/7137152

Another story of tourists wronged…

Tourists leave NZ after campervan hell

American tourist David DiMichele and his wife spent “almost US$4,000 (NZ$6,016) getting here, and then another US$2,800 (NZ$4,211) on the campervan for 29 days.”

Predictably, their rental vehicle broke down! [See blog content for defective rental cars and unsafe sports equipment.] “Does it leave a sour taste in my mouth? Absolutely,” said the tourist.   http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11584696

… and the “murder-mystery” deepened…

Rosemary Dey, 31, was found dead in her Newtown flat on Tuesday night. Police say her death is unexplained.

On October 24 last year, police put out a plea for help to find Dey, saying she had last been seen in Christchurch the day before and they had “concerns for her wellbeing”.

Police reported two days later that she had been found.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/76569925/woman-found-dead-in-newtown-flat-named-as-rosemary-dey

Now, back to the road toll secrecy stuff…

Road Fatalities and Tourist Deaths: DAY 48 of latest NEWS BLACKOUT campaign in NZ

Selected road accidents have reported, but NO fatal crashes were included

Two seriously injured in head-on crash near Timaru
Two people were taken to Timaru Hospital with serious injuries after a two-vehicle head-on collision on the Timaru-Pareora Highway at 9.45pm.
It took two hours to free one of the injured swho was trapped inside the wrecked vehicle, said a St John Ambulance spokesman.

Teenager in intensive care after being crushed by farm trailer
A 14-year-old boy is in a serious condition in the intensive care unit at Wellington Hospital after an accident involving a trailer on a farm near Nelson.

Driver crashes after falling asleep
The female driver was taken to Hawke’s Bay Hospital, but was reportedly uninjured in the crash. [LOL]

Tourist driver causes head-on collision in Southland
Only minor injuries sustained by the Chinese tourist’s family and two visiting Israeli rabbis.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/76590246/tourist-driver-causes-headon-collision-in-southland

… and naturally, police are afraid of any witnesses that could disrupt their secrecy campaign…

Police concerned over snap-happy bystanders at crash scenes
People snapping photos and taking videos at accident scenes and publishing them on social media has police concerned. http://www.stuff.co.nz/timaru-herald/news/76565226/police-concerned-over-snaphappy-bystanders-at-crash-scenes

Ministry of Transport (heavily doctored) Road Toll:

  • Blog estimate: [most probably,] up to 104 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016.

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More murder-mysteries, unexplained deaths…

Posted by te2ataria on January 11, 2016

Doctored NZ Road Fatalities: DAY 25

Sent by a reader in the Sewage City (Wellington)

New Zealand police operates like a closed circuit TV without a tape

Judges don’t die at 65: Rotorua Judge found dead at home

Rotorua District Court Judge James Weir, 65, has been found dead at his home in Tihiotonga.

Police have confirmed his death is not being treated as suspicious [no matter what?]

His body was discovered by his daughter when she returned home around midday on Sunday and found his body in a bathroom, the Coroner Wallace Bain said.

“We have learnt that in the last few days Judge Weir has probably had several mini strokes which haven’t been recognised as that and my preliminary view is he had another one which caused him to fall through a glass door,” Bain said.

He said the likely cause of death was loss of blood due to severe lacerations [19th century political assassination style?]

Body found on Otago Peninsula, recovery operation underway
A body has been found at Boulder Bay, a remote Otago Peninsula beach. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/75793732/body-found-on-otago-peninsula-recovery-operation-underway.html

Man killed after being hit by a train in New Plymouth
The incident happened about 1pm on Monday near New Plymouth’s water front.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/taranaki-daily-news/news/75780571/one-man-dead-after-being-hit-by-a-train-in-new-plymouth.html

Pedestrian killed in Oamaru crash
A man is dead and four others injured after a driver mounted a kerb at speed and crashed into two pedestrians and then two cars outside a popular Oamaru cafe, the Lagonda Milk Bar, on the corner of Eden St and Thames St. http://www.stuff.co.nz/timaru-herald/news/75777613/Pedestrian-killed-in-Oamaru-crash

Man dies after rescue drama at Wellington’s Oriental Bay beach

Body discovered in Auckland lake believed to be that of missing man
Police believe a body found in Lake Pupuke on Auckland’s North Shore is that of Anthony Raymond Clarke, 56, who was reported missing by his family last week.

Child killed in South Waikato driveway incident

Man found dead on Dun Mountain Walkway in Nelson
Nelson police said the body of Jonathan Phillip Bird was recovered from the track on Saturday at about 12pm.
“He was in there a reasonable distance… it was on a flatter section of the track. There was no suggestion that he fell or anything like that,” Elliott said.

Fatal car crash in Hamilton
A fatal motor vehicle crash has been reported in central Hamilton, involving a motorbike and a car were.

Yet another person killed in workplace
A man was killed after a stack of panels fell on top of him at factory in the Waikato town of Huntly.

Police inspector Jason Greenhalgh confirmed the death had happened at a factory on Tregoweth Lane at about 3.30pm, adding that WorkSafe New Zealand was [doing what they do best] investigating.

Doctored NZ Road Fatalities: DAY 25

Road deaths year to date
As at 11 January 2016 7
Same time last year 11
Fatal crashes year to date
As at 11 January 2016 7
Same time last year 11


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Unexplained deaths, murder-mysteries

Posted by te2ataria on December 16, 2015

11-year-old boy killed after a “fall” at his gated community home in Gulf Harbour, north of Auckland

“Despite extensive efforts by family and emergency services, sadly the boy was unable to be revived and died at the scene,” police said, but refusing to disclose details of how the boy fell. http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/75187585/child-dies-on-building-site-north-of-auckland.html

Firefighters initially said they were called to a cardiac arrest.

“Unfortunately the advanced paramedics weren’t able to revive the patient. Our condolences go out to the family,” Silverdale senior firefighter Don McErlich said.

Police had delayed making comment on the death, initially saying they were still trying to locate the boy’s immediate next of kin.

Fergus issued a plea for people to not speculate on the details. He asked that “social media users bear in mind that speculating around the circumstances of such a tragic accident can be very hurtful to a victim’s family.”

He confirmed police had carried out a scene examination.

Earlier Nick Denz, a builder working on site nearby, said he was just leaving the Whangaparaoa community on Wednesday afternoon when he heard of the death from a fellow builder.

He said the builder had rushed to help the boy’s family and he had provided CPR.

“He said he tried CPR … but nah. It was eerie.”

Denz believed the boy’s head had been crushed possibly in a lift shaft and his comments had been widely reported. Police would not confirm if that was correct however.


The link to the following story was sent by a reader:

Who, what killed Rutger Hale? Why?

Coroner Richard McElrea was told an object, potentially similar to a cannonball, flew at high speed through Hale’s front windscreen and smashed the 22-year-old’s head before flying out the back windscreen as he drove to work, between Lake Hawea and Wanaka, on October 24, 2013.

Girlfriend Danielle Oylear, who was in the front passenger seat when the object hit, spoke of a white ute travelling toward them before the crash. The driver appeared to have taken a corner too wide and entered their lane for a short time, she said.

“I remember thinking there was something awful about it, like maybe it was a drunk driver. It just didn’t seem right.”

She then recalled something about the size of a tissue box or brick, and beige in colour, “rocketing” towards the car.

Initially believing someone had thrown something at them, she now believed it had come off the back of the white vehicle.

That someone did something intentionally that led to Hale’s death could not be ruled out, said Detective Senior Sergeant Malcolm Inglis.

“Because we don’t know what the object was, we never found it, we still have to be open-minded as to what did cause the fatal injuries.”

“Until we know the full story about what killed him, it’s an open case,” Inglis said.

Hale, 22, died on October 24, 2013 as he was driving with girlfriend Danielle Oylear on State Highway 6.

That object, which was made of, or contained fragments of common-grade stainless steel, has never been found, and the experts cannot agree what it was.

However, the US Army materials and manufacturing science branch specialist technicians worked with the New Zealand Defence Technology Agency and concluded the object was unlikely to be made of solid steel or similar high density material.

It “had a reasonably sharp corner”, their expert said.

“Impact marking within the vehicle suggest that the penetrating object had a rough surface texture such that it scratched the interior and has at least one dimension in excess of 80mm.”

The agency found the object either struck the windscreen twice, first hitting the window and then smashing through it, or two separate items hit the windscreen. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/9757257/Crash-death-object-still-a-mystery

Rutger Hale and his Alaskan partner, Danielle Oylear, had earlier returned to New Zealand after a road trip around the US.  They were living in Hawea and working at Devon Dairy Farms.

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“Unexplained death” another Aussie murder mystery?

Posted by te2ataria on October 28, 2015

Who killed the Australian woman on Bluff Highway?

The Australian female national who was killed on Bluff Highway has finally been named as Tamara Maree Schmidt, 37, from Brisbane, Australia, Invercargill Police said.

Anyone with information can contact Invercargill Police on 03 211 0400. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-released-unexplained-death

“She was potentially dead when she was hit,” said Southern district police communications manager Nic Barkley.

“It’s extremely strange. We are trying to piece together exactly what happened.”

“Potentially dead?” Where else could you find such genius?

Invercargill crash victim named

Police have finally named the woman killed in a car crash in Invercargill on Monday as Cheryl Anne Hussy.

Hussy was killed after her [possibly defective] Nissan car crashed into the Invercargill Farmers store near the intersection of Dee and Yarrow streets about 7.10am.

“All we know is no other vehicle was involved,” said Detective Matt Wyatt.

Body found on Waiheke identified

The body of a man found on Waiheke Island earlier this month has been identified as 50-year-old Sam Hala Halagigie, who was not a resident of the Island. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/body-found-waiheke-identified

Cyclist critically injured in Tauranga crash

Bay of Plenty of Deaths. At 7.55am this morning (Wednesday, 28 October) a van collided with a cyclist at the intersection of Waihi Road and Churchill Road, Tauranga.

The cyclist, 30, sustained serious head and neck injuries and is described as being in a critical condition in Tauranga Hospital.

Death in Linwood “not suspicious”

Canterbury Police have concluded that the death of Robert Varley on Sunday (25 October 2015) was “not suspicious”.

Another road death

“Early on Saturday morning the number of motorcyclists who have died on our roads rose to 11 after a man on his way to work discovered the wreckage of a motorcycle at the intersection of Hutchinson and the Matamata-Walton Roads about 5.30am.

“Searching a nearby paddock the man then found the body of 21-year-old farm worker, Stoney Arthur Stephen BROWN.”

At lease 35 people have been killed in 32 crashes in the Waikato, so far this year, police said. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/holiday-weekend-fatalities-prompt-warning-waikato-police

Man who was killed in Hamilton “fall” named

The man who was killed allegedly after falling from a central Hamilton car park on Tuesday has been named as Jamie Thomas Strahan, 41.

There were “no suspicious circumstances” associated with the death, said Waikato Senior Sergeant Juliet Burgess.

The incident occurred at the busy intersection of Anglesea St and Ward St around 8am on October 27, NZME reported.



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Deaths and tourist misery continue piling up in NZ

Posted by te2ataria on March 5, 2015

Hamilton crash victim dies in hospital

Kim French, 54, who was seriously injured in the crash at the corner of Whatawhata and Dinsdale Rd on Janaury 2, died in Waikato Hospital yesterday (4 March, 2015).

Gary Andrew Wendt, 68, was killed in the crash. Two other women, aged 52 and 48, were also injured.

One person is dead following an accident involving a digger in Port Waikato this morning (4 March, 2015).

Beach death to be investigated

One dead after car and truck collide – Tauranga
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11411809 (tourist?)

Driver dies from recycling truck injuries

Tourist driver’s licence suspended on the spot

A motorcyclist has died in a collision at a road works site in Meremere this morning

The fatality, the tenth reported death on Waikato roads, so far this year, happened on Island Block Rd, just south of the Bombay Hills, shortly before midday (4 March 2015).

Melanoma ‘deadlier than road fatalities’

[Both figures are  heavily doctored by NZ government. Editor]

Dead Westport kayaker named by Police
Christopher Black, 51, went fishing in a sea kayak on February 22. http://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/335171/dead-westport-kayaker-named

Teenager who died in crash near Westport named
Danny O’Donnell, 19, was killed in the crash on Tauranga Bay Rd, near Westport, on Monday.
Mr O’Donnell was a rear seat passenger in the car carrying five people. The fate of the other four people is currently unknown.

Forbidden driver blames victim for fatal crash

Two men killed in two separate Waikato crashes named by police

In the first death, 18-year-old Matthew Richard Perkins BLYDE, died when his car collided with another at the rural intersection of Waharoa and Pohlen Roads outside Matamata about 9.40pm.

Four people travelling in the other car also suffered injuries with two being airlifted to Waikato Hospital. [Their fate remains unknown.]

In the second crash on the Kopu-Hikuai Rd about 3.35pm, a 59-year-old Peterus Johannes CORNELISSEN [from the Netherlands]  lost control of his motorbike and collided with bank.

“Airlifted to Waikato Hospital he died a short time later and again, Police would like to extend our sympathies to his family for their loss.”

Two car collision on SH31 west of Otorohanga
If the earlier crashes weren’t enough for emergency services to deal with, first responders were called out again on Sunday to deal with a two car collision on SH31 west of Otorohanga.

“In this crash two cars collided at the intersection of SH1 and Waitomo Valley Rd. An Auckland couple in their seventies were airlifted to Waikato Hospital with serious injuries while a 75-year-old US citizen appeared in the Hamilton District Court yesterday on two charges of careless driving causing injury in relation to the crash.

Tourist swimmers in the spotlight, as well as drivers

Man found in park dies from head injuries

Fatal crash on  Waterloo Road

Serious vehicle crash occurs on Great North Road, Grey Lynn
A serious vehicle crash occurred on Great North Road, Grey Lynn at about 3.36am March 1. As a result diversions have been put in place.

Witness sought for fatal crash in Tokoroa (Bay of Plenty of Deaths)
Ioane Pere, 72, was hit by a truck on Dalmeny Street Tokoroa at approximately 9pm on Friday, 20 February. He suffered critical injuries and died later in Waikato Hospital.

Smoke prompts plane to make emergency landing

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More tourist misery and road kills in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on March 3, 2015

TODAY’s NEWS BLACKOUT ALERT: Code RED  See Ministry of Truth for an explanation of the codes.

Tourist who lost father in NZ road collision had lost partner in motorcycle crash

Taiwanese visitor Chia-Fang Chu, 39, who lost her father in a two-vehicle collision  at an intersection of Jones Rd and Dawsons Rd in Templeton, south of Christchurch, on February 18, had lost her partner in a motorcycle crash.

Her father had suggested they holiday in New Zealand so that Chu could recover from depression brought on by the death of her partner who was killed in the crash, said a report.

Mountain biker dies after fall


Four women injured in the Bay of Plenty

Four women have been injured, one critically, in a road crash in the lower Kaimai area in the Bay of Plenty this afternoon ().

“Initial reports show up to seven vehicles were involved, however, [the Ministry of Truth intervened immediately and] emergency staff later said two vehicles had crashed.”

One victim was flown to Waikato Hospital with critical injuries, and two others with serious injuries taken to Tauranga Hospital. “The fourth woman had moderate injuries and was also taken to Tauranga Hospital, the spokesman said.” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11410005

Motorcycle crash kills rider
A man died in hospital after his motorbike went out of control and crashed on State Highway 25A about 2km from Puketui Rd. (Mar 1, 2015 )

Weekend of carnage on Waikato roads

Witness sought for fatal crash in Tokoroa
Police Serious Crash Unit is currently investigating a fatal crash between a pedestrian and a small truck which occurred on Dalmeny Street Tokoroa at approximately 9pm on Friday, 20 February.

Whangarei Unexplained Death 27/02/2015

Father dies weeks before son’s body found
“The father of a teenage climber who was lost on Canterbury’s Tasman Glacier more than 40 years ago died just weeks before the discovery of what is believed to be his son’s body.

“David Moen was 19 when he was swept away by an avalanche near the Tasman Saddle on September 16, 1973. Moen, of Invercargill, had been climbing with Australian William Richards, 64, said a report.

Many people have lost their lives on NZ mountains. At least 62 people have gone missing in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park alone since 1907 and never been found. However, seasonal melting of the Tasman Glacier this year has so far revealed the remains of a second missing climber.

“The second set of human remains was recovered last week from the bottom of the Hochstetter ice fall as it entered the Tasman Glacier. No details on the possible identity of that person were available yet but police said the two discoveries were from separate incidents and not related.”

Keys taken off tourist who caused back up to take photos
A Dunedin vigilante [“nutter”] took car keys from a tourist who had stopped to take photos on Otago Peninsula, causing eight vehicles to back up on the narrow road, said a report.

“It is at least the fifth time a driver has taken the keys off an overseas tourist in recent weeks, with police urging the public not to take matters into their own hands.”

At least 95.8 percent of all fatal crashes on New Zealand “death roads” are caused by kiwi drivers.


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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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