In 2010, the average price of ecstasy in Auckland, New Zealand was $34 per pill (41 New Zealand Dollar0, down from the average price of $41 (50 New Zealand Dollar) in 2009.
In 2011, there were about 3,500 prostitutes working across New Zealand. 1,700 prostitutes are reported to be working in Auckland.
Cannabis was the most used illegal drug by people in New Zealand, followed by amphetamines, according to data in the 2011 World Drug Report.
Up to one-third of the 1,700 sex workers in Auckland, New Zealand are Chinese women. The average charge per hour of sex workers in the area is $100. Services with the Chinese women are on average $40 per hour.
$334 Million (400 Million New Zealand Dollars) worth of tuna is illegally fished in the Pacific Ocean near New Zealand each year.
Amount of cocaine seized in New Zealand from 2008 to 2010.
Drug trafficking in New Zealand caused a gram of methamphetamine to be sold for $533 (738 New Zealand) in 2009, up from the $440 (610 New Zealand) per gram in 2006. Drug trafficking in New Zealand caused a gram of methamphetamine to be sold for $533 (738 New Zealand) in 2009, up from the $440 (610 New Zealand) per gram in 2006.
Of all the prostitutes working in the legal prostitution industry in New Zealand, 1.3 percent of prostitutes are children.
According to the 2009 Corruption Perceptions Index by Transparency International, Somalia is the most corrupt nation in the world, followed by Afghanistan.
The black market in marijuana in New Zealand is estimated to be valued at $98 Million (150 Million New Zealand Dollars).