Peter Dunne

New Legal High in Talks

New Legal High in TalksThe latest concern of the officials in the country is a new synthetic drug called Crack that is being openly sold at several Auckland dairies now-a-days with a packaging that has only a picture of a glass pipe and no other specific information about the product but yes, it is mentioning a warning saying "Use at your own risk."

Temporary Ban on Synthetic Cannabis Extended

Temporary Ban on Synthetic Cannabis ExtendedHe wants things to get in a perfect law and order condition and this is the reason that Associate Minister of Health Peter Dunne has decided to extend temporary ban on 16 substances of synthetic cannabis to increase by another one more year.

Health Ministry to Go Stricter On Rules for Approval of Party Pills

Health Ministry to Go Stricter On Rules for Approval of Party PillsRecently a law has been approved by Cabinet, under which distributors and manufacturers of party pills and fake cannabis will have to provide evidences that the product is safe. The product will be undergoing medical tests before being launched into the market for sale.

Dunne Imposes Stricter Rules: Drugs Will Have to Pass Medical Tests

Dunne Imposes Stricter Rules: Drugs Will Have to Pass Medical TestsA leading national drug researcher has proposed that despite implementing stricter rules on party pills, no one has tried to emphasize or considered drugs that have been considered as legally safe. Truly considering then, there are no such drugs which can be looked upon as safe.

4 Other Legal Highs Banned in New Zealand

4 Other Legal Highs Banned in New ZealandIt was last year that the New Zealand Government said that they need to control the trade related to legal highs. Initially, 28 substances were being banned and now the count has reached to 50, after four more substances have been banned.

Importer of Kronic Quits Import Business

Importer of Kronic Quits Import BusinessAccording to reports, Matt Bowden who is known to be the importer of kronic has announced neither him nor his company will import and manufacture synthetic cannabinoid products in future.

Also, this came as the Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne announced he has issued the first drug notice, imposing a ban on the products; right after the Parliament last week passed a bill amending the Misuse of Drugs Act.

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