The connection between cannabis use and psychosis is far more murky than asserted by yesterday's article on The Spinoff, writes an expert in how psychoactive drugs modify brain and behaviour.
We've heard a lot about the social benefits a law change would bring, but precious little on the mental health risks it could also pose, writes Sophie Vreeburg.
Family First has been on tour over the election campaign, pounding out the message that voters should say no on both referendums.
For two decades, the police have been allowed to turn a blind eye to low-level cannabis use and possession. The problem is they don’t always use the same approach for all cannabis users.
On the Rag meets two women advocating for the legalisation of cannabis to hear why they're voting yes in this year's referendum.
Join Michèle A’Court, Alex Casey and Leonie Hayden as they find out what exactly we’re voting on in next month’s cannabis referendum, and discover how weed is a women’s issue.
Changes coming in managed isolation after 2nd escape, Hamish Walker’s political career over, and expert advice released ahead of cannabis referendum.
Campaigners on how their plans have been affected by the recent crisis, and the risks of misinformation in a largely online battle
Views on cannabis legalisation could hardly be tighter, the Papua New Guinea PM arrives in NZ, and bad light threatens cricket on the radio.
There have been concerns raised about the limit of cannabis that would be purchasable daily under a legalised regime. But what about the other drugs?