New Zealand implemented their current health warnings policy starting February 2008. Health warnings are required to cover 30% of the front and 90% of the back of all cigarette packages. Overall, 60% of the package space is appropriated to health warnings, which ranks as the most in the world, along with Australia. All warnings are written in both English and Maori, the two official spoken languages of New Zealand. Fourteen health warnings are rotated on cigarette packages.
For more on New Zealand's labelling practices, click here to access New Zealand's labelling page.