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Saturday 17, Dec 2011

  Dozens sacked by defense for using drugs

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Defense figures have revealed that more than 40 soldiers, sailors, and airmen were sacked for taking drugs in 2010-11.

Though cannabis was the most popular drug, positive tests for ecstasy, steroids, cocaine, and amphetamines were also returned.

“The rate of positive tests in the Australian Defence Force is significantly lower than in the general Australian community, and has fallen by around 80 per cent since the testing regime was introduced,” a spokesman for Defense Personnel Minister Warren Snowdon said.

Monday 08, Aug 2011

  Low cost and variety promote drug use in Korea

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Low cost and variety promote drug use in KoreaThe use of drugs among entertainers is once again making headlines in Korea.

This is despite conflicting calls for liberalization or harsher enforcement of drug laws.

Nightclub employees have remarked that it is tougher to bust ordinary drug users like students and housewives.

Friday 22, Jul 2011

  Drug arrests and drug testing in news on CFL season eve

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Drug arrests and drug testing in news on CFL season eveThe electrifying return specialist of the B.C. Lions, Yonus Davis, had 27 kilograms of ecstasy delivered to a home he was renting in California on April 9.

Davis was charged with one felony count of attempting to possess a controlled substance with intent to distribute and facing a possible 20-year jail sentence.

Hamilton long-snapper Jordan Matechuk was arrested eight days ago for trying to carry drugs — 543 anabolic steroid pills, 262 milliliters of liquid anabolic steroids and 1.25 grams of marijuana, to be precise — into the country through Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.

Tuesday 31, May 2011

  One more month in jail for Baggaley

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One more month in jail for BaggaleyThe Olympic kayaker, Nathan Baggaley, who is serving a lengthy prison term for dealing in ecstasy, had a month added to his sentence yesterday for possessing steroids in jail.

The 35-year-old was arrested at his kayak factory in the town’s industrial estate in 2007.

Baggaley pleaded guilty to the sale and distribution of 1509 ecstasy tablets.

Thursday 28, Apr 2011

  De Villiers is no cheat

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De Villiers is no cheatTommy Conlon Pieter de Villiers accidentally ended up with a cocktail of cocaine and ecstasy coursing through his bloodstream after he and his Stade Francais team mates went out for a feed of drink after beating Harlequins.

The South African-born French rugby player is now facing a ban of two years after a random test on December 18 picked up traces of the drugs.

If his statement is any thing to believe, Pieter de Villiers probably had received an unfair deal.

Monday 28, Feb 2011

  Disgraced Olympian charged with possessing steroids

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Disgraced Olympian charged with possessing steroids Nathan Baggaley, the disgraced Australian Olympic medalist, has been charged with possessing steroids in jail. The Olympic medalist was already serving a nine-year jail term with a non-parole period of five years for dealing in ecstasy.

The three-time kayaking world champion and double Olympic silver medalist was charged with “possession of a prescribed restricted substance (steroids)” while serving his time in Cessnock Correctional Centre.

Baggaley has subsequently been moved to Silverwater Metropolitan Remand and Reception Centre and will appear in Cessnock court on July 21.

Tuesday 22, Feb 2011

  Drugs hypocrisy of Britain is a huge self-inflicted wound

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Drugs hypocrisy of Britain is a huge self-inflicted woundProfessor David Nutt, former government drugs adviser and brain chemistry pundit, has been all alone in the quest to bring an abrupt end to drugs hypocrisy of Britain but his efforts have been overshadowed by the civil servants.

The sacking of Nutt last year by the then home secretary, Alan Johnson, was a disgrace that disqualified Johnson from high office.

The offence of Nutt was to protest, mildly, in an academic lecture, at the political second-guessing of his official committee on drug classification.

Saturday 19, Feb 2011

  Alcohol more harmful than heroin or anabolic steroids

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Alcohol more harmful than heroin or anabolic steroidsAccording to a recently published authoritative study, alcohol is the most dangerous drug in the United Kingdom by a considerable margin. Alcohol beats heroin and anabolic steroids as per the study.

The study is expected to reopen calls for the drugs classification system to be scrapped and a concerted campaign launched against drink.

The paper was published by the respected Lancet medical journal and is expected to challenge the government to take on the fraught issue of the relative harms of legal and illegal drugs.

Tuesday 25, Jan 2011

  Nathan Baggaley charged with steroid possession in jail

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Nathan Baggaley charged with steroid possession in jailNathan Baggaley, the disgraced Australian Olympic medalist, has been charged with possessing steroids in jail.

Baggaley was already serving a nine-year jail term with a non-parole period of five years for dealing in ecstasy.

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Agency busted the Olympic medalist for anabolic steroid use in 2005 and imposed an international two-year ban on him.

Sunday 09, Jan 2011

  Modern youth using class A drugs more than ever

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Modern youth using class A drugs more than everMore and more young members of the society, especially those in the age group of 16-24 years, are indulging into illicit use of class A drugs, according to the Home Office.

More than half a million young people making use of ecstasy and cocaine and the long-term gradual decline in cannabis use has continued, as per the latest findings from the British Crime Survey.

The survey suggested that there was a high in use of class A drugs and cocaine powder, ecstasy, tranquillizers, anabolic steroids, and ketamine.

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