An exploration of Australia's failing drug war.
More Data Shows How Completely Unreliable Sniffer Dogs Are
Their success rate is dismal, they’re expensive as hell, but the police and governments just keep backing them.
NSW Cops Evicted People Who Didn’t Have Drugs From ‘Above & Beyond’
They threw out anyone targeted by a sniffer dog, even when the dog was wrong.
NSW Police Just Upped Their Insane Drugs War Against Festivalgoers
Anyone targeted by sniffer dogs at Above & Beyond festival will be evicted—even people who don’t have drugs.
I Got Some Drugs Tested at Groovin the Moo
Australia’s first ever music festival pill testing service had more than 100 people through its doors.
We Asked the Greens if Their Legal Cannabis Push Is Just a 'Headline Grab'
Richard Di Natale: "There's no reason why we couldn't get this done in a year."
The Next Six Months Could Completely Change Australian Drug Law
Sniffer dogs: banned. Pill testing: legalised.
What Happens When Rich Kids Get Done For Drug Possession
Section 10s were meant to keep young people out of the system. But are they only an option for those who can afford good lawyers?
If a Loved One Is Struggling With Drug Addiction, Is it Wrong to Cut Ties?
"I have one sibling. Except, at the moment, it feels more like I’m an only child. My younger brother isn’t my brother anymore."
Melbourne's Drug Rehab Waiting List Is So Long, People Are Moving to the NT
The shortage of publicly-funded rehab beds in Victoria is driving people to move interstate. But for people struggling with addiction, like Kane, it's not easy.
Australia's Prison Drug Problem Is Worse Than Corrections Will Ever Admit
Keenan Mundine was 14 when he first went into juvenile detention. By 16 he was addicted to heroin.
Rainbow Serpent Showed Sniffer Dogs Can't Keep Drugs Out of Music Festivals
"I was just hoping our car didn’t get searched... I was just going to down my stash if they did."