If and when that happens, New Zealand will take another small step down the long drug reform road from criminalisation to harm prevention.
It is focused on te ao Māori, based on an earlier course led by the Notorious chapter of the Mongrel Mob.
It has police and harm reduction experts worried about a possible rise in overdoses.
It's believed the syndicate imported more than 7000 litres worth of GBL into New Zealand.
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Eutylone has been linked to several hospitalisations after people had severe and adverse reactions.
The baby's cause of death was homicide associated with recent cocaine consumption.
Meth is widely available in rural/poor parts of NZ because - as any Breaking Bad fan would know - that's where the labs are.