Pro-Fluoridation Lobby Attempts to Conceal the Facts

Pro-Fluoride Lobby Threatens to Submit Fraudulent Advertising Complaints in Effort to Conceal Indisputable Facts About Water Fluoridation Proponents of the Government’s proposed legislation mandating nationwide fluoridation in NZ, have threatened to submit complaints to the New Zealand Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in an unethical strategic effort to keep any ads that question or raise legitimate…

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Dentists to speak at Auckland Go Green Expo this weekend

Fluoride Free Auckland will be at the Auckland Go Green Event this weekend, 16/17 April, at the ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane. Dentist’s Dr Lawrie Brett and Dr John Jukes will be speaking at 330pm on Saturday and Sunday respectively. Come along and support these presentations. Lawrie and John are two of the 300 plus NZ Health Professionals Opposed to Fluoridation. Free tickets are available from the Fluoride Free Auckland facebook…

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No consultation needed for stopping or starting Fluoridation, decides Auckland Council

Chair of Auckland Council’s Policy and Strategy committee decided unilaterally yesterday that a petition from Fluoride Free New Zealand could be received but not debated on. This left councillors no option other than to vote to accept the petition or not.   The petition to Council was over the illegal fluoridation of some Franklin communities.…

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Auckland Council let Watercare surreptitiously fluoridate Franklin Ward townships

The residents of the Franklin Ward townships of Buckland, Patumahoe, Clarks Beach, Waiau Beach and Glenbrook Beach who receive reticulated water have been consuming fluoridated water since 2014 without their knowledge or the legally required consultation. The details emerged of the clandestine act when Fluoride Free NZ investigated the actual readings provided by Watercare’s own annual water quality reports. The…

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Shhh… Fluoride Quietly Reduced in Auckland Water!

Auckland Council’s water supplier Watercare has quietly gone about reducing the level of fluoride in Auckland’s tap water. Without announcement or fanfare from Watercare or Auckland Council, the clandestine move was instead included in an Information Report prepared by Watercare for Auckland Council after the November Auckland Council Regional Strategy and Policy Committee meeting. Auckland’s…

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