Decades of antidrug campaigns, and the global drug trade continues to thrive mainly because, says author and journalist Johann Hari, we are completely missing the real issue with drug addiction.
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The Rugby World Cup is on, and our very own Wallabies have just struck first blood beating Fiji 28-13 in their tournament opener at the Millennium Stadium on Wednesday.
The government’s campaign against ice may be getting all the attention, but prescription drug abuse is actually killing more people, according to the Australian Medical Association (AMA).
For the second time since 2013, a reveler has died during western Sydney’s Defqon.1 Festival, with coroners trying to determine if drugs caused it, according to a report by Benedict Brook for News.com.au.
Senator Eric Abetz on Friday has introduced amendments to the Building Code 2013 requiring all firms involved in Commonwealth-funded construction work to have a drug and alcohol testing policy in place.
If you had any doubt about the reality of the oft-reported ice epidemic in Australia, perhaps this special report by Paul Toohey will put all those doubts to rest.
An Australian father has managed to infiltrate the Chinese criminal gang exporting into the country the synthetic drug that killed his only son, according to a 9news.com.au report.
An article by Liz Burke for News.com.au puts a spotlight on the high functioning alcoholics of Australia, many of whom are actually sophisticated, well-educated and gainfully employed citizens. The report focused on female professionals whose lives and careers were upended by their drink dependence. It also quotes research by the University of Western Sydney, which…