Justice Minister Andrew Little has announced details of the draft law to legalise cannabis use.
Personal possession of 14 grams of cannabis, the sale of cannabis edibles, and growing up to four cannabis plants per household, are all included in the bill, which the public will be asked to vote "yes or no" at the 2020 general election.
Read more on the draft bill here and tell us what you think in the comments below. Will you vote yes or no, or are you yet to make up your mind?
43.5% Yes, I support the law change43.5% Complete
48.9% No, I do not support the law change48.9% Complete
7.6% I haven't decided yet (tell us more in the comments)7.6% Complete
There's an enduring belief that Wellington is our second-largest city. We must dispel that myth, reporter Charlie Mitchell says.
Do you think Christchurch should officially be named as New Zealand's second city or should Wellington retain its title?
Hi Neighbours, we are looking into teenagers' internet habits and keen to hear your experiences of your children's use of the interweb. We'd like to know, has your teenager skipped meals in order to spend time on the internet?
41.4% Yes41.4% Complete
55% No55% Complete
3.6% I'm not sure3.6% Complete
Former All Black coach Steve Hansen and wife Natasha have sold their lifestyle block on the outskirts of Christchurch.
Listing agent Brendan Shefford of Ray White Rolleston confirmed the Prebbleton property has been sold to a retired farming couple.
The house, which is valued at $2.625 million, went to auction on November 1, 2019, but was passed in. At that time, Shefford said there were several interested parties. Records show the Hansens paid $1.8 million for the house in August 2016.