Legislation: New Zealand. An Act (No. 55 of 1995) -- (a) To Make Provision for the Taking of Blood Samples for Use in Criminal Investigations; and (b) To Authorize -- (i) The Establishment of a Databank of Information Derived From the Analysis of Blood Samples Taken From Certain Persons; and (ii) The Use of Information From That Databank in Criminal Investigations; and (c) To Provide for Matters Incidental Thereto. Dated 24 October 1995. (The Criminal Investigations (Blood Samples) Act 1995).
International Digest of Health Legislation 1996; 47(2): 234- 235
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An Act (No. 5 of 1995) to Prescribe the Conditions Subject to Which Certain Information Relating to Services Lawfully Available; Outside the State for the Termination of Pregnancies and to Persons Who Provide Such Services May Be Given To Individual Women or the General Public, to Amend the Indecent Advertisements Act, 1889, and the Censorship of Publications Acts, 1929 to 1967, and to Provide for Related Matters. Dated 12 May 1995. (The Regulation of Information (Services Outside The State for Termination of Pregnancies) Act, 1995) Unknown author (Ireland, 1995)