In what has been labelled the easiest drug busts in history, the NSW police have scored a $200 million drug haul in comical circumstances.
Our ice epidemic remains unsolved, but I feel without seeing it firsthand, you won’t take it seriously. My father taught me this lesson.
Despite the proven results of safe inhalation rooms overseas, the political response in this country is pitifully backwards.
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.
s the problem continues to grow, it’s time to look for alternate solutions to the ice epidemic – and decriminalisation is that. | Rob Idol
With derision shooting down the NSW Government’s Stoner Sloth Ad, we believe that the complete inadequacy of the campaign may be deliberate.
Alcohol abuse is a problem in Australia, and despite the PM’s seemingly minor skolling of a beer on the weekend, it wasn’t a good look given his recent decrying of substance abuse and domestic violence.
Bill Heffernan claims westernised ISIS can tackle corporate tax terror, detention centre operator gags employees and Tone’s not cool with ice – this week’s #currentaffairswrap from Michael Burrill.
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.
Mike Welsh suggests that you find someone else to blame for the “meth epidemic” – Walter White is just a character on a really great TV show.
The recent SMH article by Matt Noffs on casual use of Ice has got Rainer the cabbie thinking…was this tack of Noffs’ the right approach?
Better education strategies are needed to combat the ice epidemic in Australia instead of negative commentary, writes April Davis.