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NORML New Zealand National Office:
253 Karangahape Road, Auckland 1010, New Zealand. email
Ph 09 302-5255 (weekdays 10am-6pm, weekends 11am-4pm)

NORML NZ’s Executive
President: Chris Fowlie  email Media enquiries – ph 027 297 6843
Secretary: Phil Saxby  email
Treasurer: Bill Lown  email

Irinka Britnell  email
Warren Bryson  email
Dakta Green  email
Gary Chiles  email
Rebecca Reider  email

Non-executive positions:
Membership and Administration:
for queries regarding memberships, please call 09 302 5255 during office hours (11am-5pm weekdays or 11am-4pm weekends) or outside these hours leave a message with your name, address and brief message. NORML has no paid staff and your queries are attended to by the experienced staff at The Hempstore as their time allows, so if they are busy you may need to call back or leave a message. Alternatively you can write to NORML NZ, PO Box 3307, Shortland Street, Auckland 1010, or email us.
Webmaster: email
South Island bust-line: Warren 021 399-822 or email

NORML Branches:
Auckland: Ph 09 302 5255 or email. You can join NORML at The Hempstore (253 Karangahape Road)
Hawkes Bay: Marnz email
Wellington: email
Christchurch: Irinka email
Dunedin & Otago University: PO Box 1436 Dunedin email or email or phone 021 214 6007

Local contacts:
Northland: Mike email
Tauranga: Fraser email 027 873 3478
Coromandel: Ann, William email 07 863 7421
Hawkes Bay: Marnz email

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You can help!
We need more activists to help end cannabis prohibition, and bring about a safe, regulated environment for cannabis consumers. Please contact us if you would like to get involved in your local NORML branch. If there is no branch in your area perhaps you are the right person to get one happening! Our new branch application form is here (right click to save). Click here to Join NORML NZ

Other organisations:
See our links section for the contact details of other New Zealand law reform organisations.