A man was recently filmed going on a racist tirade against an Asian-New Zealander family inside a coffee shop in Auckland.
Siblings Fiona Yang, 18, and Felix, 21, both born and raised in Auckland, were ordering food with their mother at the Humble Villager café in Epsom when they were suddenly targeted by another customer, reports NewsHub.
A new graduate of the New Zealand Police has become the first officer to wear a hijab as part of the official uniform.
Constable Zeena Ali graduated from the Royal New Zealand Police College last week, according to Vice.
Arielle Keil has made history as the first Filipina-German and first transgender woman to represent New Zealand at the Miss Intercontinental beauty pageant.
The 26-year-old beauty contestant and creative advertising student won the title of Miss Intercontinental New Zealand on Oct. 12, according to Angelopedia.
Asian Woman Racially Harassed by Protesters in New Zealand for Erasing ‘It’s Okay to Be White’ Slogan
A young Asian woman was verbally harassed by a group of Outdoors Party supporters during a rally in Auckland, New Zealand using xenophobic remarks.
The Outdoors Party, a registered political party in New Zealand, organized a rally on June 6 at Aotea Square to establish views on matters like 5G mobile networks, the use of rodent poison 1080, and vaccinations, among other issues, according to Newshub.
A Filipino family in New Zealand complaint of racism to police after getting chased by a Siberian Husky and subsequently being told by its owner’s friend to return to China and take COVID-19 back with them.
The altercation reportedly occurred while the family of four were walking around their neighborhood in Swanson, an outlying suburb of Auckland, on Saturday night.
There is nothing like eggs with Huy Fong’s Sriracha sauce and a bowl of rice in the morning.
But Australia and New Zealand have recalled a batch of Sriracha bottles over fears they could “explode” when opened.
A New Zealand man has been convicted of racially aggravated abuse when he demanded to be served by a “white girl” on a British Airways flight.
Peter Nelson, a 46-year-old former IT consultant for GlaxoSmithKline pharmaceutical company in the United Kingdom, was slapped with a huge fine for his tirade of abuse against an Asian stewardess on a British Airways flight last year, according to NZ Herald.
An elderly woman in New Zealand allegedly stormed a vegan restaurant to rant against its dietary principles while insulting its owner with a racially-charged expletive.
The scene, which was caught on a video, took place at Sweet Release Cakes and Treats in Te Aro, Wellington earlier this week.
China praised a group of mainland students who clashed with Hong Kong students protesting against the city’s controversial extradition bill at the University of Auckland in New Zealand on Monday.
The scuffle, which resulted in one Hong Kong student falling to the ground, took place after activists posted signs condemning the bill on a designated protest wall at a food court on campus.
New Zealand residents have joined hundreds of native Hawaiian protesters who are opposing the construction of a $2 billion observatory on top of Mauna Kea, a sacred mountain in Hawaii.
Protesters organized the rally to show their support for Hawaii at Aotea Square in Auckland, New Zealand on Monday, according to RNZ. They came wearing red and yellow and brought Hawaiian flags to show their opposition to the construction of the giant telescope.
Fraser Milne, the suspect behind the “racially motivated” road rage attack against an Asian family near Auckland, New Zealand has been sentenced to two years and six months in prison.
Milne was sentenced on Friday in the Auckland High Court by Justice Sally Fitzgerald, according to Newshub.
A 21-year-old New Zealand man has admitted to ramming a Chinese-New Zealand family’s car off the road in an apparent “racially motivated” road rage attack.
Fraser Milne, whose vicious attack sent two children flying through the air, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, injuring with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, and four charges of injuring with reckless disregard for safety, NZ Herald reports.