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I'm on a quest to interview some of the world’s greatest minds to imagine what a post-war-on-drugs world might look like in our own country.
High times at Toowoomba Court.
When it comes to mental health, where there's smoke there's fire.
Medical cannabis process needs to speed up, Labor leader tells Turnbull.
A few changes could make a real difference.
People in their 40s are using more than teens.
105,862 seizures and 133,926 arrests.
He's no social media superstar like Mike Baird. He doesn't have the NSW Premier's perfect white smile or tanned skin, nor Baird's "cool dad" vibe. He doesn't have the sophisticated gentleman's appeal...
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Medical marijuana is on its way to wider availability in Australia, but advocates are throwing caution to the wind by planning cannabis picnics in Sydney and the Gold Coast. The Free Cannabis organisa...
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The legalisation of medicinal cannabis could draw an industry worth more than $100 million in one year and propel Australia forward as a global export leader, a new report by the University of Sydney...
CANBERRA -- Australia has passed a medical marijuana bill to allow the cultivation of the drug, but the Greens say medical cannabis remains an illegal substance. Health Minister Sussan Ley announced o...
Legislation allowing cannabis to be grown for medicine or research will be introduced by the Federal Government today. Health Minister Sussan Ley told Channel 9 show Today she was "very confident" the...
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Supposedly, the purpose of these videos are to show young people the short-term consequences of marijuana. Let's acknowledge the oversized sloth in the room here -- the whole campaign is nonsensical, slightly patronising to teenagers, and also quite hilarious.
The NSW Government has taken aim at young people using marijuana, launching a new campaign aimed at highlighting the potential downsides of the drug. Titled "Stoner Sloth", the marketing effort featur...