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In New Zealand, The Peaceful Pill Handbook was submitted for classification by the publisher in early 2007.
The Handbook was subsequently classified 'objectionable' and banned by that country's Chief Censor - Mr Bill Hastings - in mid 2007 on the grounds that it instructed in matters of crime.
In February 2008, a modified version of the Handbook was resubmitted by the publisher for classification.
In June 2008, the modified version of the Handbook received classification approval. The NZ edition of The Peaceful Pill Handbook (the censored pages have been blacked out) is on sale in bookstores nationally.
In August 2008, the NZ Literature Review Board heard an appeal against the book's classification from the Society for the Promotion of Community Standards and Right to Life NZ. That appeal was dismissed the following month.
The Peaceful Pill Handbook can be sold legally in New Zealand with the following stipulations:
The book must have a label on it, that will be issued by the 'labelling body' under the Act that sets out its R18 classification;
That label should be affixed to the book so as to cover the 'banned in Australia' text on the cover; and
The book may only be publicly displayed in a sealed package through which the classification label can be clearly seen.