Michael Jennings has vehemently denied knowingly taking prohibited substances and vowed to clear his name, declaring: “I would never do anything to jeopardise my standards, my reputation, or the legacy I leave, especially for my son.”
Police are working to identify a man who allegedly supplied MDMA pills to three children on the state's Central Coast this month, while a report shows drug use among young Australians has declined in the past 18 years.
WA Police have arrested 60 people after a six-month operation targeting the use of encrypted apps to sell illicit drugs. The scale of the arrests has left senior police warning young adults of the serious criminal consequences associated with buying or selling drugs online.
Police and health officials are warning about the risks of drug taking after four people died and six were left critically ill from overdosing. Four people have died from drug overdoses in Brisbane over the past week and six more left critically ill. The spike has prompted an urgent health warning from police and paramedics
A woman allegedly carrying 1000 MDMA capsules, and ketamine is one of 18 people charged with drug offences at the Epik Music Festival. A high-visibility police operation was conducted at the Epik Music Festival held at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, yesterday (Saturday 14 December 2019). The operation involved officers from the South West Metropolitan
A drug-affected driver who claimed she had no memory of a multiple car crash that caused life-threatening injuries to two people in Perth has been sentenced to three years and four months in prison. Irene Ai-Lin Goh, 43, pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm to Jake Brewer-Joyce and Jarrod MacLean on a 100 km/h
Abstaining from drugs helps keep workers alert and alive on site. Drug testing kits are a great way to ensure peace of mind for workers who need to keep a clear head. Substance abuse can be a recipe for disaster in any workplace. Not only can this result in production issues associated with poor performance
Unintentional deaths increased 38% between 2001 and 2017, annual report reveals Fatal drug overdoses are more common in regional Victoria and New South Wales than anywhere else in Australia, and those deaths are increasingly linked to heroin, an annual report has found. The overdose report by the Penington Institute, released on Tuesday, found that the number of