The great drug debate swirls around two schools of thought. Either we protect our kids, or they just stop taking them. The latter is completely superfluous.
While we argue about the merits of pill testing, I’m wondering if the lasting solution is to regulate and legislate MDMA wholesale.
Gladys Berejiklian, we are people. And we the people demand pill testing to be rolled out across NSW. We’ll keep saying the same until you hear us.
After yet another overdose, pill testing must now be seriously considered. Forget the media angles, or the political rhetoric, it works. Simple as that.
Pill testing seems to be on the table for NSW, but it similarly seems like it will be played like a poker chip to tempt us.
The inadvertent miscounting the amount of drug crime is concerning. Not for the error, but for the amount of money and time they’ve wasted fighting this “epidemic” over the last eight years.
Amsterdam may have changed, but for me, it still is The Doors, drugs and a friend named Dave.
At this weekend’s Above and Beyond music festival, NSW police have vowed to deny ticket holders entry on the basis of drugs, even if they don’t find any.
In an effort to stop illicit drug use, one state premier is looking to send drug-detecting dogs into high schools.
Complete legalisation of cannabis has met resistance. To explain the finer points, Greens leader Richard Di Natale was good enough to sit down with us.
The Turnbull government has looked to streamline medicinal cannabis use, however, it is NSW that is leading the way.
Yesterday, the Government roundly knocked back the Greens’ plan to legalise cannabis. But what if it can solve a more damaging problem?
As a sufferer of migraines, finding adequate pain relief after the codeine ban has been a headache. In fact, it’s pushed me into places I’d rather not be.
Our ice epidemic remains unsolved, but I feel without seeing it firsthand, you won’t take it seriously. My father taught me this lesson.
In the wake of a historic holiday road toll, the NSW police have tightened the laws surrounding those who are caught driving under the influence.
The last work week of the year would unfortunately not go quietly, as Donald Trump eviscerated the taxation system, complicated violent sped through the Melbourne CBD and history was made at the end of a cuff.
‘Down in a hole’ sans the brutal context, is anything but a sad song. However, tied up with the narrative of the man who sung it, the neg vibes flood in.
The social uproar over the teenager killed in one of Duterte’s drug raid is systemic to the misunderstanding of my government’s goal. It’s a tragedy, yes, but nothing in the larger scheme of things.
Speaking for the “binge-watch” generation, unlike previous social movements built around drug culture, our high will never end. Forever new, forever solitary.
Move over Centrepoint, as Sydney has a new landmark to marvel at. According to an independent study, it’s a mountain of cocaine.
Those in support of a regulated drug market now includes legislators, politicians and law enforcers. The time to decriminalise is now.
Ahh, Monday…can’t wait to shirk your challenges. What happened while you were asleep? Well, the White House fell under attack from stupidity, there were renewed calls for drug decriminalisation and 2017 claimed it’s next victim.