The event’s future hangs in the balance.
The drugs left three people dead. Here’s what was in them.
Another positive step forward.
“It will give our venues and festivals a competitive advantage.”
He’s already copped some backlash for his comments.
Pill testers are “in negotiations” with festival promoters, but they need your help.
“I have great faith that it’s going to happen within this festival season, and it’s need has never been greater.”
The deceased was his 21-year old girlfriend
Supply, quality and demand has never been higher.
A positive sign for harm prevention in Australia.
It’s “much more likely” to go ahead in the ACT, apparently.
The Greens have pledged to push the issue.
“Until the laws are reformed, testing and encouraging safer drug use is the least we can do.”
On the other hand, experts say festival-goers are the most at risk.
Aussie festivals are at a turning point, and a team of researchers want your opinion.
Researchers say this is “the worst time to be using MDMA in a generation”.
Guess which one?
“It’s totally disconnected to what’s happening in the real world.”
“He was a genuinely kind, outgoing person with an incredible sense of humour”
A veritable justice league of politicians, doctors, public health and drug experts, criminologists, lawyers, policy writers, researchers and police have joined forces at a Parliamentary Drug Summit this week in an attempt to figure out how Australia can improve the way it tackles illegal drug use. And their political think tank yielded one key realisation: