Recycling truck driver not to blame for cardboard bale death, says union - New Zealand Herald

The driver of a recycling truck is not to blame for the death of a homeless man who police believe was sleeping in a commercial rubbish bin, a union says. The body of Te Awamutu man Daniel Bindner was found in a cardboard bale at a Hamilton recycling ...

Hamilton homeless man talks about living rough - Waikato Times

After almost a decade on Hamilton's streets, Lindsay Evans knows the ins and outs of homeless life. Evans is an expert at street survival and says sleeping in a cardboard or clothing bin is a big no-no. His warning comes after Daniel Bindner was picked ...

Family reveals body-in-the-bale man's sad past - Newshub

The family of homeless man Daniel Bindner, whose body was found in multiple parts in a cardboard bale in Hamilton, say they're desperate to find out how he died. Body parts were discovered in a packaging plant in Hamilton on Tuesday, sparking an ...

Final sightings sought after body found in cardboard - Radio New Zealand

Police in Waikato are appealing for any last sightings of a man whose body was discovered in a cardboard bale in Hamilton. Daniel Bindner, 40, was homeless, estranged from his family and had been living rough in his home town of Te Awamutu. His body ...

Homeless ex-dairy worker found dead believed to be an isolated incident - Stuff.co.nz

A former Waikato dairy farm worker living on the streets before being found dead appears to be an isolated incident rather than a systemic dairy industry trend, say rural support and farming groups. Daniel Bindner​ had worked on a Te Awamutu dairy farm ...

Bale body dad had been laid off amid dairy slump - Stuff.co.nz

The Waikato father lost his job as a farm worker, broke up with the mother of his children and ended up homeless before he disappeared. It was almost a week after the 40-year-old was last seen that workers at a Hamilton recycling plant discovered the ...

Dismembered body found in recycled New Zealand cardboard - New Straits Times Online

(File pix) A homeless New Zealand man whose dismembered body was found crushed in cardboard bales was likely picked up by a recycling truck while sleeping. AFP Photo. By AFP - June 30, 2016 @ 3:25pm. WELLINGTON: A homeless New Zealand man ...

Police name man found in bale of cardboard - Newshub

Police engaged in the gruesome task of reconstructing the body of a man found in a bale of cardboard are expanding their search. Body parts were discovered in a packaging plant in Hamilton on Tuesday, sparking an intense police effort to identify the ...

Man found dead in bale was homeless - Radio New Zealand

The body of a man found in a cardboard bale at a recycling plant in Hamilton had been taken to the plant by truck, police say. Daniel Bindner, 40, was homeless and had been living rough in his home town of Te Awamutu. His body was discovered by workers ...

Mystery man's body found in 'bales' at recycling plant - Mackay Daily Mercury

STAFF at a New Zealand recycling plant, where a many's body was found this week, have reported that body parts were in multiple bales of cardboard. Police were still trying to identify the man and his age, but have confirmed it is not believed to be a ...