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More than 1000 expected to request assisted death in the first year after law change.
Concoctions prepared for swallowing may lead to drawn-out and or painful deaths.
Opinion: What has changed since public consultation, and when will it be in effect?
PM Jacinda Ardern reacts to final election results after meeting with cabinet. Video / Mark Mitchell
ACT leader David Seymour and deputy Brooke van Velden thank MP's and supporters after the "yes" vote on the End of Life Choice Act. Video / ACT Party / Mark Tantrum
Jacinda Ardern said her vote was a personal vote.
Christchurch mother-of-two Amanda Simpson is a staunch supporter of assisted dying.
When the result came through yesterday, I was overcome with a sense of relief.
Justice Minister Andrew Little said voters had spoken and were “uncomfortable" with legalisation of cannabis. Video / RNZ
Jacinda Ardern has political capital to burn, but don't expect it to be on weed.
New Zealanders want voluntary euthanasia. When can they get it and who qualifies?
Preliminary referendum results are due out tomorrow afternoon.
New York Times: Children aged one to 12 would now able to die with the help of a doctor.
It will be at least two weeks before voters find out the referendum results.
Former prime minister Helen Clark has also publicly announced she will vote 'yes'.
Lecretia Seales' parents on her legacy campaigning for voluntary euthanasia.
Two compassionate Kiwi women take opposite positions on the End of Life Choice referendum.
She sat in prison she reflecting on whether helping her mum die was the right decision.
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It is possible that the incident could result in a challenge to the referendum result.
Still undecided on your euthanasia vote? Here's what you need to know.
COMMENT: End of Life Choice Act will enable first state-sanctioned killings since 1957.
ZB debate: Should a teen be able to choose to end life without telling parents?
It's a far cry from poll results in March, when more Kiwis were in favour of the bill.
Daniel Watts in favour of amalgamation of councils and jobs for locals first.
Opinion: Watching someone you love die a slow death is not easy.
"I also know the beauty it brings in being able to guide someone out of this life."