Smoking is one of the leading causes of preventable death in New Zealand. Cigarette smoke, including second-hand smoke, is unsafe at any level of exposure and is a known cause of ill health in infants and children.

Becoming smokefree

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For information and advice to become smokefree, go to:

Get involved

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Contact us to enquire how you can get involved by encouraging and supporting:

Smokefree legislation complaints and enquiries

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Contact us to find out about the smokefree legislation or to make a complaint about:

  • Smoking in workplaces
  • Smoking in hospitality venues
  • Smoking in schools and early childhood centres 
  • The sale of toy smoking products
  • The sale and supply of tobacco and herbal smoking products to people under 18
  • The sale and supply of chewing tobacco
  • The retail display of tobacco products
  • The advertising of tobacco products
  • The sale of e-cigarettes or vaping products