Philippa Tolley investigates the scale of migrant labour exploitation in New Zealand amid calls for tougher penalties for employers.
Two of the most serious cases of alleged exploitation of immigrants in recent times are making their way through the courts at present.
But advocates say more needs to be done to protect those who suffer unfair treatment in this country.
They say the victims are the ones who lose all in revealing wrong doing.
Philippa Tolley has been looking into the current situation.
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8:12 am Sunday 1 February: Insight: Queenstown's Alcohol Fuelled Tourism
Police survey a downtown bar as they clamp down on alcohol issues in the resort " Photo: RNZ / Steve Wilde
Queenstown's reputation as a party town is pretty undisputed and with more licensed premises per capita than any other place in New Zealand, it's on the front line when it comes to selling alcohol.
Since changes to the Sale and Supply of Act in 2012, many local authorities are introducing Local Alcohol Polices, which aim to give each community a say in how alcohol is sold.
But while other local authorities are trying to tighten up the rules, Queenstown's council is shying away from stricter regulations.
Instead the Queenstown Lakes District Council is allowing the liquor and hospitality industry to take the lead.
Radio New Zealand's Tourism Reporter, Steve Wilde, takes a look at drinking in Queenstown and asks whether the bar industry has too much power.