Dairy, wine … hemp?
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Peter Dunne, the bespectacled politician in the bow-tie, was the unlikely hero of drug reform.
The New Zealand government should stop “lying” to its people over medicinal cannabis, a visiting doctor says.
Cannabis is one of the most widely available illicit drugs in New Zealand. Billionaire businessman Richard Branson has urged kiwi farmers to swap cows for cannabis. Speaking to New Zealand broadcaster Newshub during a recent trip to the country, Mr Branson said that he sees a significant business opportunity for the country’s dairy farmers inRead More
A protest rally against New Zealand’s cannabis laws will be staged outside the Tauranga Police Station this afternoon.
Customs gave the all-clear to a woman who subsequently brought an ounce of cannabis into the country.
Trade unionist Helen Kelly says she’s frustrated the Ministry of Health has turned down her application to use medical cannabis.
Toni-Marie Matich’s eldest daughter suffers from intractable epilepsy – a seizure disorder that cannot be controlled with conventional medicine.
The nation's food ministers have rejected advice from Australia's food standards agency that hemp be allowed to be used in food.
For more than 30 years, marijuana fans and legalization supporters have marched on the first weekend in May in support of the cause. Despite legalization having occurred in Uruguay and the US states of Colorado and Washington, this year is no different.