New Zealand Medicinal Cannabis Research Company Intends To List On NZX

Mark Lucas

NEW ZEALAND: In a first for New Zealand, medicinal cannabis research company Cannasouth has announced it will make an application to list its shares on the NZX Main Board through an initial public offering (IPO) during the second calendar quarter of 2019. Based in the Waikato region, Cannasouth has received a licence from the Ministry of Read the full article…

Tilray Exports Medical Cannabis Products To New Zealand or Nationwide Distribution

Products currently available in New Zealand include precisely formulated medical cannabis oils containing tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).

CANADA: Tilray, a global leader in medical cannabis research and production, today announced that Tilray medical cannabis products have been successfully exported to New Zealand and are now available for distribution nationwide. The products were produced at Tilray’s federally licensed, Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)-certified facility in Canada and can be dispensed to any patient with valid Read the full article…

Cannabis Museum Opens In Dunedin, New Zealand

New Zealand's first Cannabis Museum Opens.

NEW ZEALAND: New Zealand’s first dedicated cannabis museum has opened its doors the public in Dunedin today. Dubbed Whakamana, the one-room museum will record the history of cannabis use in New Zealand and use a mannequin to show onlookers how to smoke ‘spots’.

One Toke Over The Line Now On A High

The retail marijuana industry has brought in more than $15 million in tax revenue for the state

WASHINGTON: When Barack Obama said it was time for Americans to have a national “conversation” on marijuana laws – he was careful to say he did not support legalization – back in December, the President, who smoked pot with the “Choom Gang”, high school stoners, was trying to catch up with the nation’s rapidly shifting mood.

One Toke Over The Line Now On A High

"I believe we are on the brink of a huge opportunity," says ArcView head Troy Dayton.

WASHINGTON: When Barack Obama said it was time for Americans to have a national “conversation” on marijuana laws – he was careful to say he did not support legalization – back in December, the President, who smoked pot with the “Choom Gang”, high school stoners, was trying to catch up with the nation’s rapidly shifting mood.

Activists hope to make Dunedin 'Cannabis capital'

Activist Julian Crawford hopes to make Dunedin, NZ 'Cannabis capital'

NEW ZEALAND: Marijuana legalization advocates in Dunedin have high hopes the city will become Dunsterdam, the cannabis capital of the South Pacific.

Activists hope to make Dunedin 'Cannabis capital'

Activist Julian Crawford hopes to make Dunedin, NZ 'Cannabis capital'

NEW ZEALAND: Marijuana legalization advocates in Dunedin have high hopes the city will become Dunsterdam, the cannabis capital of the South Pacific.