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EnhanceTV :: Feature Articles :: Illicit drug use in Australia

Illicit drug use in Australia
Illicit drug use in Australia 
Illegal or illicit drugs are drugs that are not permitted by law, this means that people cannot use, produce, sell or import them. There are even restrictions on the importation of certain ingredients used for the production of drugs, such as pseudoephedrine which is used in the production of amphetamines.

Drugs, both legal and illegal, are a part of our social life and culture, especially for younger people. In fact, in a Queensland survey, as many as 36 per cent of secondary school students questioned admitted to using cannabis at some stage. In addition, close to 40 per cent of adult Australians have tried cannabis at least once, 6-8 per cent have used amphetamines and there are a staggering 74,000 dependent heroin users in Australia.
 

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