Parliament passes anti-corruption Bill
Parliament has passed new laws that tackle organised crime, money laundering and bribery.
Justice Minister Amy Adams says they keep New Zealand up to speed with the international effort to crack down on a growing problem.
"The Government is committed to protecting New Zealanders and our economy from corruption and organised crime, and maintaining our international reputation as one of the least corrupt countries," she said after the Bill had passed its third reading today.
Key measures include: