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This discussion document seeks feedback on options for enhancements to the process for testing drug impaired drivers in New Zealand.
The extensive publicity surrounding methamphetamine contamination, along with exaggerated claims about the health risks posed by living in dwellings where residues of the drug can be detected, has led to considerable concern especially amongst tenants, landlords, and potential home buyers and property investors.
Proposes a new model drug law for New Zealand.
The overarching goal of New Zealand’s National Drug Policy 2015 to 2020 is to minimise alcohol and other drug-related harm and promote and protect health and wellbeing.
This report shows progress against the Policy’s baseline indicators and actions. It also features case studies of...
Economist Dr Chris Wilkins leads Massey University's illegal drug research team. He recently wrote a New Zealand Medical Journal editorial promoting the idea of using registered clubs to regulate recreational cannabis use. In this interview with Wallace Chapman on Radio New Zealand's Sunday Morning he...
The Illicit Drug Monitoring System (IDMS) was established in 2005 to provide annual ‘snapshots’ of emerging drug use, ongoing drug trends, drug markets and drug related harm in New Zealand. The findings from the IDMS are intended to inform strategic and policy responses to drug...
Over a lifetime, 44 percent of New Zealanders will try an illegal drug and 93 percent will drink alcohol. While not every instance of alcohol and other drug use is harmful, the effects of these substances can be significant. They contribute to...
This report provides a progress update on the New Zealand Government's action plan for tackling methamphetamine.
This report provides a progress update on the Government's Tackling Methamphetamine: an Action Plan (the Action Plan). It specifically:records changes...
This report provides a progress update on the Government's Tackling Methamphetamine: an Action Plan. It records changes against the Action Plan's baseline data of 2008 or 2009, and details progress on the Action Plan's activities.
Latest data and reports on progress provided six monthly...
This publication describes the part that community non-government organisations (NGOs) take in New Zealand’s Mental Health and Addictions (MH&A) service system. It describes some of the activities of these essential services and offers some key facts.
The purpose of this publication is to provide...