“(1) No broadcaster may broadcast,
or any person arrange for the broadcast of, any liquor advertising programme in New Zealand before 10pm on any day.
“(2) Every person commits an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $100,000 who fails to comply with subsection (1).
“(3) Despite anything to the contrary in any other Act, the Broadcasting Standards Authority established by the Broadcasting Act 1989 must have sole jurisdiction over all matters that may arise in relation to any liquor advertising programme.
“(4) In its consideration of any
matter in subsection (3) the Broadcasting Standards Authority must have regard to section 4 of this Act. “(5) For the avoidance of doubt the self-regulating industry body known as the Advertising Standards Authority will no longer have any jurisdiction over broadcast liquor advertising.”