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Welcome to Raw New Zealand where anything that happens has a natural flavor to it!
Visit Our Sewer Capital: Wellington
Our restaurants cater for all tastes and age groups!
Raw sewage flowed onto the streets of Wellington this morning [Feb 20, 2009,] giving the capital city its look, odor and unmistakable character! Photo: Leon Balldock. Image may be subject to copyright.
Come to Wellington, where fecal matter fetish triumphs over pakeha ‘national’ pride every day!
[Eat your hear out Saatchi & Saatchi!]
The Twin Islands of Death!
The driver of this car was killed instantly when the vehicle disintegrated after collision with a truck on State Highway 1 near Waipu February 27, 2009. Photo / Doug Sherring/nzherald. Image may be subject to copyright.
It’s NOT just Wellington
Aussie blogger on Rotorua:
“It just smells like the whole town let rip at once.”
What about Auckland?
“It’s a big soul-less horrible place really…”
In New Zealand a host of surprises always awaits you:
- Diarrhea, stomach cramps, fever, nausea, vomiting and headache
- MRSA Infections
- Raw Sewage Contamination
- E.coli detected in milk, listeria in yogurt
- Outbreaks of Norovirus
- New Zealand Bird Flu
- High Risks of Harmful Bacterial Contamination on NZ Beaches
- Elevated Risk of Human Leptospirosis Infection
- Outbreak of Dangerous Group A Streptococcus Bacterium
- Outbreak of Staphylococcus Aureus
- Outbreaks of mystery bacterium
- Outbreak of Viral Gastroenteritis
- Outbreak of Salmonella Mbandaka
- Don’t Take Your Children To New Zealand
- Toxic Honey Poisoning
- Food infected with Listeria
- Sewage contaminated beaches
- Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria)
- Exposure to Compound 1080
- Exposure to Bromoethane
- Hep C Victims Still NO Compensation
- Exposure to Excessive UV Radiation
- Manhole covers missing in Tauranga (NewstalkZB)
Manhole covers and sump grates are going missing in Tauranga.
Council spokeswoman Sue Berry says it is a problem right across the central city. She says missing covers pose a serious safety risk.
“It’s a big health and safety issue that the council is very concerned about. Obviously a pedestrian, a small child, even a cyclist or a pet could fall into that hole.”
Ms Berry says the covers are heavy and anyone lifting one without the proper gear could drop it and cut off fingers or toes.
People are asked to call the police if they see anyone, other than city contractors, trying to remove a manhole cover. Copyright by author/agency.