Controversial Drug Use Pamphlet in New Zealand
Posted on: Mon 7 May 2018
A high school in New Zealand has caused upset and controversy among parents when they handed out a pamphlet encouraging students to “be discrete” when using meth.
A party jumping bill called ‘waka-jumping’ bill is being criticised for being undemocratic and may cause a rift in the government.
New Zealand may being getting a “Amazon Tax”. Under a new government proposal consumers will have to pay a 15% GST on oversea online goods.
New Zealand Correspondent, Lachlan Balfour, joins Tom Mann to discuss more.
Produced by Mariah Lattas and Zoe Kounadis
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