A new study may offer hope for people who don't respond to traditional antidepressants.
Green MP Chloë Swarbrick looks back on a decade of harmful drug laws.
Police made the discovery during a routine traffic stop.
Some queued for hours to be among the first to purchase it.
MP Chloe Swarbrick wants a law change before the summer season kicks in.
It comes as the Health Minister deals with drugs as a health issue.
Another two have said they're still on the fence about legalising it.
But Stuart Nash won't say if he's in favour of marijuana legalisation.
If the public supports legalisation, officers themselves could be lighting up.
Police have issued a warning, expressing concern over the drug's dangers.
It comes after a 33-year-old man was charged with drugging two women and sexually assaulting one of them.
CEO Ross Bell says it should instead be treated as a health issue.
"There is no safe level of these drugs and people should avoid them."
Nineteen people in total have been admitted to Christchurch Hospital.
Officials seized 712kg of the deadly drug from inside two Iranian trucks.