The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has ruled that the dismissal of a NSW car salesman for cocaine use at work and influencing a co-worker to do it with him was not unjust, unreasonable or harsh, says Kirsten Robb in a report for Smart Company.
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Afghanistan is currently experiencing alarming levels of heroin addiction among its citizens, and heroin addiction is spreading fast throughout the country, says Pamela Constable in a report for The Washington Post.
Working in an oilfield is a profession that’s hazardous enough all by itself. Add drugs and alcohol to the mix and you have a pretty dicey situation on hand. The authorities of Greeley in Colorado, USA understand this only too well, and are now aggressively combating drugs in the oilfield, according to an article by…
If you think that people who live in the city are more likely to smoke, drink, and use drugs, think again. A recent study disagrees, and in fact reveals that people who live in remote areas are twice as likely to engage in the above-mentioned unhealthy habits, says an article on ABC.
Let’s talk about an ice epidemic in the NSW that has been going around for some time as more and more people are getting hooked on the drug. A report by Eamonn Duff for The Sydney Morning Herald makes the epidemic seem even worse, because children are already involved.
Police officers of Patong in Phuket, Thailand recently conducted random drug tests on the staff of two hotels in the area and discovered that some of them are actually drug users, says a report by Saran Mitarat for The Phuket News.
What is the connection between drug policy and drug use? If an official study conducted by the UK government is to be believed, the answer is nothing. A report by Jamie Grierson for Western Morning News says that the international comparators study conducted by the Home Office has revealed that drug policies—both tough and lenient—have…
Random drug testing operations conducted by police in different parts of NSW over the weekend has resulted in the apprehension of more than forty drivers who have tested positive for drugs while behind the wheel, according to a news article in The Canberra Times.