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Ice Use in Australia Down, Says Government Research

Contrary to pronouncements from senior government officials about the worsening ice epidemic in Australia, leaked federal government research suggests levels of ice use in Australia has actually gone down, says Richard Baker and Nick McKenzie in a report for The Age. The research, which was commissioned by the Department of Health, states that aside from…

5 Workplace Drug Testing Myths

Workplace drug testing has been around for some time now, but myths continue to surround it. Some of these myths are even being peddled as fact, and some employers and employees fall for them. Here are six of the most common workplace drug testing myths.

Price of Ice in Sydney Plunges

The ice epidemic in Australia is making a turn for the worse as the price of ice in Sydney falls, say Emma Partridge and Eamonn Duff in a report for the Brisbane Times. According to police sources, ice is now being sold for as little as $6000 an ounce in regional areas, a major drop from the…