• Welcome to the Theatre of the War On Drugs- old
  • Welcome to the Theatre of the War On Drugs- old
  • Welcome to the Theatre of the War On Drugs- old
  • Welcome to the Theatre of the War On Drugs- old
  • Welcome to the Theatre of the War On Drugs- old

Welcome to the Theatre of the War On Drugs

 EVENTS

24th NIMBIN MARDIGRASS CANNABIS LAW REFORM RALLY
Friday 29 April – Sunday 1 May 2016
Nimbin, NSW
Our Mission: To bring about change by the most entertaining means possible.
Tickets available online

NIMBIN MEDICAN WORKSHOP
11am – 4.20pm
Saturday 12 March 2016
Nimbin Town Hall 45 Cullen Street, Nimbin, NSW
Please pass (and Share!) the word around that this is the only workshop between now and MardiGrass! If you are interested in speaking, please call us at the HEMP Embassy on (02) 6689-0326

PUBLIC MEETING ON ROADSIDE DRUG TESTING
11am – 1pm
Wednesday 10 February 2016
Nimbin Town Hall 45 Cullen Street, Nimbin, NSW
Greens MP David Shoebridge will visit Nimbin to discuss roadside drug testing.

 

CANNABIS NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

10 February 2016

New medical cannabis laws to be tabled, Health Minister confident of bipartisan support [ABC]

Legislation to allow the cultivation of cannabis in Australia for medical or scientific purposes was introduced by the Australian Federal Government on 10 February 2016. The establishment of a national cannabis cultivation scheme aims to pave the way for patients with painful and chronic conditions to access medicinal cannabis. The proposed amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967 would allow for cultivation through a national licensing and permit scheme.

4 February 2016

Acquittal of man caught drug-driving nine days after smoking cannabis throws NSW drug laws into doubt [ABC]

New South Wales’s roadside drug testing laws have been thrown into doubt after a magistrate acquitted a man who tested positive for cannabis he had smoked nine days before he was pulled over. Lismore magistrate David Heilpern yesterday found Joseph Ross Carrall not guilty of driving with an illicit drug in his blood because he mistakenly believed that he would no longer test positive to the drug.