Posted February 06, 2019 04:02:03When the sun comes up in the garden island of New Zealand’s Garden Island, the islanders call it the Garden of Eden.
But for the residents of the island of Porirua, it is a hellish place to live.
The Garden Island is an inhospitable place where almost all the inhabitants are either criminals or mentally ill.
Porirua is the largest island of the New Zealand archipelago and is home to an estimated 20,000 residents.
According to New Zealand government statistics, about 5,400 people are currently being housed in Poriru.
As the only community in the country to have no homes, many residents of Porrira are living in the gardens and fields of the Garden Island.
Many of the people living on the Garden Islands are mentally ill or homeless.
In fact, many of the residents have been living on Porirueas gardens for generations.
“I don’t know what I’m doing on this island, but it’s hell,” one resident said.
They also have to deal with the high cost of living, which is estimated to be around $1,500 per person per month.
A former resident of Porri says she was diagnosed with schizophrenia in the Garden island and is unable to get help from her own community.
She said the island’s residents are not accepting of mental health issues.
One resident said she was so lonely and depressed that she didn’t know where to go for help.
“I used to come to Porirui because of my job in Porri,” she said.
“But the people there don’t like me, they call me a psycho.”
Another resident said he has spent more than 20 years living on Garden Island but still has no place to go.
Another resident, who did not want to be named, said he is homeless.
“It’s a hell of a place to be,” he said.
“People are all over the place.
If I get on a plane, it’s all over Poriruru.
People are all on their phones and their phones are always busy.”
Sometimes I go to the shops and I can’t find anything.
“One of the problems on Garden island is the lack of housing.
Residents say that Porriis lack of affordable housing makes it difficult to live independently.
Several people on Porri say that they have tried to get into Porrias social housing, but were refused due to their mental illness.”
Another said that he has been forced to live on the island because he is mentally ill and is currently living in an abandoned home. “
It’s very difficult to get out of there.”
Another said that he has been forced to live on the island because he is mentally ill and is currently living in an abandoned home.
Despite the problems, some residents say they are proud of Porris lack of problems.
Some residents say that their community is a place of strength, and that they are not afraid of facing problems.
“Porri has always had the most peaceful people, but now it is just people who are mentally sick, mentally unstable, people who aren’t able to get treatment,” said another resident.
While some residents on Porriri are homeless, others live in the countryside, or in houses and gardens.
New Zealand has the highest rate of homelessness in the world.
There are a total of 1.8 million people living in homelessness in New Zealand, according to data from the Ministry of Social Development.
However, the Garden islands population is growing at a rapid rate, as more people are moving into the area.
People on Porrimaa, who call the island home, say that while they live in their own gardens, they don’t have any access to a roof.
This is because of a lack of homes on Porris gardens.
The Garden island has also experienced a rise in crime.
Authorities have reported a spike in crime, with police in the area now patrolling the area, looking for anyone who may be involved in a crime.
“We’re worried, it looks like we’re getting closer to an outbreak,” said Porri resident Michelle MacDougall.
Her husband, Michael, has lived on the garden for 40 years.
He said the number of crimes on the Gardens island has been increasing.
“Some of the crime on Porrinu has been getting worse,” he told New Zealand broadcaster Newstalk ZB.
“People are being robbed more and more.”
There are robberies all over town.
People have got in cars, stolen bikes, stolen bicycles.
“Every day, we have a car stolen.”
Michael MacDougal said that they did not expect the crimes to increase this year, but the situation is worrying.
“[It] will probably increase,” he added.
Michael MacDougal told Newstalker ZB that his wife has been robbed before, but not this time.
“When we go to Porrirua we go into the gardens,” he