Our thoughts are will all those affected by recent flooding in Tāmaki Makaurau. Here are some suggestions of things to consider to keep safe and well if you're planning on using drugs.
Ahead of summer, here's a look at what's showing up at drug checking clinics across Aotearoa.
Despite more than half a million New Zealanders using illicit drugs every year, information to make drug taking safer remains limited. Executive director of the NZ Drug Foundation Sarah Helm explains how they’re changing that with The Level.
The student-led short series tackles some of the uncomfortable realities of drug and alcohol use that are seldom represented in Aotearoa New Zealand’s media.
Despite medicinal cannabis being legal in Aotearoa, around a quarter of a million kiwis are buying their medicine from a completely unregulated illegal market, with no quality control whatsoever. We asked two leading experts to share some harm reduction tips to keep them safer.
Poppers: you might know these little amber bottles of inhalant as ‘rush’, ‘amyl’ or ‘leather cleaner.’ We're delving into the role of poppers in the gay community, their odd legal status and what to expect if you're using.
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.
You may have heard about a brown powder – sold as MDMA, that has been linked to some hospitalizations recently (more info on the High Alert website).
From March 2023, police will be able to conduct random roadside drug tests on any driver on New Zealand roads. Here's what that means for you.
Kia ora, Welcome to The Level. The Level is a straight up guide for people who use drugs.
He aratohu tōtika The Level mā te hunga whakamahi whakapōauau.
Wondering what happens if you need an ambulance during lockdown? Blake Murray from St John answers your questions.
Lockdown can be a really challenging time for people that inject drugs regularly. Here's some advice on how to look after yourself and be safer.
Need opioid treatment during lockdown? Here's how to access support and some tips to be safer.