Can I refuse to give my details to police NZ?
With a few exceptions, the police have no power to make you give them information when you’re not under arrest – for example, if they just see you walking in the street late at night.
They don’t even have the power to get you to tell them your name and address and other personal details..
Can I bring medicine to NZ?
If you are carrying prescription medicines or controlled drugs, you must: have a prescription or letter from your doctor. carry the drugs in their original containers. only carry up to three months’ supply of prescription medicines, or.
How much money do I need to move to New Zealand?
The first cost of moving will be your visa. Making a formal expression of interest in applying for a skilled migrant visa costs from NZ$530 (€309) if you do it online, while the actual visa costs NZ$3,085 (€1,802). A working holiday visa costs NZ$208. See the Immigration New Zealand website for more information.
Is life in New Zealand good?
The quality of life in New Zealand really is very good compared to many other countries and the pace is relatively relaxed. New Zealanders have a strong work ethic but also believe in having a good work life balance. Even in our biggest cities, you are never too far from a beach, bike trail, or national park.
Is it better to live in Australia or New Zealand?
They both offer great outdoors living and spectacular scenery, but smaller New Zealand tends to have a quieter more relaxed lifestyle, while Australia is perhaps more similar to our big cities at home, but with more sunshine.
Is swearing illegal in New Zealand?
Swearing in public is still illegal, but you probably won’t be charged if you’re white.
What drugs are legal in New Zealand?
Cannabis is the fourth-most widely used substance in New Zealand, after caffeine, alcohol and tobacco (all of these are legal). Cannabis is also known in New Zealand as ‘weed’, ‘pot’, ‘grass’ and sometimes called ‘mull’, ‘chronic’, ‘dak’, ‘hash’, ‘smoke’, ‘buds’, ‘skunk’ or ‘cabbage’.
What is bad about New Zealand?
User ron_manager had a list of complaints, including poor housing, a lack of arts, rampant anti-intellectualism, non-existent work ethic, bad wages and “insanely expensive” food. “Apart from those things it’s pretty bloody great.” Some users told Taroin not be fooled by New Zealand’s stunning landscapes.