Police aren’t ruling out the possibility an international drug ring is at work after Northland officers made the largest meth seizure in New Zealand history.
Fewer workers are failing workplace drug tests in the central region, which includes Whanganui. Drug Detection Agency figures show that only 4.19 per cent of
Methamphetamine is being detected in an increasing proportion of failed workplace drug tests in New Zealand and the head of the testing agency is worried
By using multipliers for the data based on population numbers, the researchers found that, in 2013–14, there were 268,000 regular methamphetamine users and 160,000 dependent
The Drug Detection Agency is stepping up efforts against workplace drug and alcohol use in Waikato, with new owners Graeme and Leona Smith keen to