How ‘Bluelight’ Became a Life-Saving Encyclopedia of Drug Info
The internet's largest forum for drug discussion started life in the 90s as a message board called "MDMA Clearinghouse."
How Australia's Ban on Nicotine Vape Spawned a Thriving Black Market
Vape juice that contains nicotine is supposedly illegal. But thanks to loopholes in legislation it's everywhere.
The Rise and Fall of 'Red Mitsubishis': the Pill That Terrified Australia
In the 90s they were the pinga of choice. By the early 2000s they'd become public enemy number one.
We Asked Drug Dealers How They've Been Affected by Festival Deaths
"I'm definitely seeing more caution and questions being asked. Buyers now want to see the product beforehand and know how other people have reacted."
Meet the People Who Believe Cigarettes Are Healthy
“It may be counter to anything you’ve heard before, but just like everything—they lie.”
When Men Earn Less, Women End Up Paying
Men who are paid less than their female partners often feel insecure, leaving women more vulnerable to abuse and infidelity.
These Photos Make Melbourne Look Like a Model Train Set
Photographer Tim Allen finds the symmetry and beauty in urban sprawl.
Long Term Renters on Why They Chose to Not Buy a House
Buying a house often isn't an option. So we asked, is renting forever really that bad?
How to Invest in the Next Apple
People who invested early in the world's biggest companies explain how all of us can become billionaires.
Photos From Australia's Protest Warzones
Danny Casey takes photos of the left and right yelling at one another in the street.
The Real Story of Why You Have a Cracked HECS Debt
We know you want to get rid of your debt, but do you ever wonder why you have it in the first place?
Okay, Just How Screwed Is Our Economic Future?
We asked an economic historian if our future is as doomed as our past.