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March 9, 2021

Nimbin drug raid

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Oh for goodness sake. Leave the smokers alone and go and deal with all the violence and drinking and ice that is far more dangerous to people and the community at large.. Get your priorities right.

  2. Ditto Odette Nightsky. Its’ your childrens brains that are burning. Where’s the government funding for drug and alcohol rehabilitation, including prescription drug dependence. Multinational companies reaping havock to satisfy their insatiable greed. Alcoholics Anonymous, a way of life.

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