New Zealand makes efforts to curb meth use

The supply of methamphetamine to New Zealand is decreasing, but it's still leaving a stain on the country. People are being encouraged to test for drug contamination before renting or buying a home.

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    The supply of methamphetamine to New Zealand is decreasing, but it's still leaving a stain on the country.

    People are being encouraged to test for drug contamination before renting or buying a home.

    And those working with users say the effort to control supply is pointless if work isn’t done to curb demand.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Wellington.


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