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.
The ice epidemic is on the rise, right? Well, no. Looking beyond the media hype and political rhetoric, the actual story is not what you think.
Aside the from the lazy tennis pun, it’s an extremely serious case this week, as we seek a just sentence for Maria Sharapova.
s the problem continues to grow, it’s time to look for alternate solutions to the ice epidemic – and decriminalisation is that. | Rob Idol
Lifelong Bombers fan Mena Soliman describes his feelings after the CAS’ Essendon doping ruling broke what was left of his fragile heart.
As Mike Baird vows to get tough on festival organisers to stop drug overdoses at music festivals, one TBS reader outlines how he is set to fail.
With derision shooting down the NSW Government’s Stoner Sloth Ad, we believe that the complete inadequacy of the campaign may be deliberate.
Loretta Barnard looks into the polarising performances of the beboppin’ Charlie “Bird” Parker who clipped his wings far too soon.
With the legalisation of medicinal marijuana ever closer, Rob Idol says it’s time to focus on the health benefits, not the assumed stigma.
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads touches on the morbid horror of the internet, the legacy of Pablo Escobar and Hollywood’s depiction of the Pentagon.
Richard Jackson’s weekly #LongReads: how mass killings arise, an AIDS death in the family, drugs, and from narrative.ly: sex addiction (thanks, PB!)
Rich Jackson’s long reads consider Zoey Tur and gender dysphoria and take us deep inside the US military…PB’s editor’s choice is about a mother’s marijuana dealer past #wackybaccymama
While NYE will bring about its usual party-filled wave of casual drug use, Michael Burrill opens up the discussion on more serious drug use, pleading the need to start shaping drug policy with compassion and intelligence rather than fear and punishment.
Natasha Mann wonders whether it’s time to follow other countries and add some extra “DP” to GDP – GDPP (Gross Domestic Drugs & Prostitution Product)
The war on drugs was a colossal failure, the war on synthetic drugs is just as ill-thought
Rainer the Cabbie is back, and unless you fancy giving him an e-hug, he kindly asks you to not do drugs in the back of his taxi.