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March 29, 2016

The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of motorists with drug-driving offences has been criticised by a NSW magistrate for its opaqueness over how the tests operate.

In a decision handed down in Lismore Local Court on Monday, Magist...

March 29, 2016

DRIVERS consuming illicit drugs now account for one third of all motorists penalised for driving under the influence on Queensland roads, shocking new figures reveal.

 

Almost 24,000 drivers were fined by police for driving under the influence last year – two-thirds of t...

March 29, 2016

 

 

THE number of West Australians caught driving under the influence of drugs has almost doubled compared to this time last year, new figures reveal.

On Good Friday, nine out of 60 drivers tested in Bunbury returned positive hits for meth — almost one-in-six motorists. S...

March 29, 2016

Why Choose Oral Fluid versus Urine Drug Testing?

 

Oral fluid testing can detect drugs immediately after the most recent use and up to 4 days later. Conventional drug testing with urine is unable to detect usage in the first four hours after use. The use of oral fluid co...

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For reasons still entirely unclear, Pathtech, the Australian distributor has decided to cease distributing the popular DrugWipe to retailers. The news...

DrugWipe5s & DrugWipe6s Pulled from shelves!

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