Yellow tablets sold on the dark web as oxycodone have been found to contain metonitazene, an extremely potent opioid that can be lethal at very small doses. Here's what you need to know.
In August, several people ended up in hospital after taking what they thought was MDMA. Here's what we know and how you can stay safer.
Alpha-PVP is a stimulant drug and a synthetic cathinone. We've been seeing this in New Zealand, so here's what you need to know.
We're seeing more potent opioids, like nitazenes, in New Zealand. These have been linked to deaths overseas. Here's what you need to know.
Over Matariki weekend 2022, fentanyl was detected in a white powder sold as cocaine and meth that has led to the hospitalisation of 12 people.
GHB/GBL/1,4-BD (aka G, wazz, fantasy, liquid ecstasy) has been in the news lately. We're taking a closer look at what's going on and ways to stay safer.
Benzodiazepines, benzos, trip killers, Xannies: whatever you call them, it’s important to know that these drugs are not all made equally. In fact, a benzo you get from a doctor is unlikely to be the same as one you might buy online, off a mate or from a dealer.