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Trends in methamphetamine use among people who inject drugs and people who use ecstasy in Darwin, the Northern Territory

  • Authors: Price, O, Peacock, A
  • Published: 2020

Key findings:•Use of methamphetamine is increasing among two sentinel samples in Darwin, the Northern Territory. This increase is largely driven by an increase in use of crystal methamphetamine or ‘ice’.…

Housing affordability and shortages in resource boom towns

  • Authors: McKenzie, F.H. , Brereton, D. , Birdsall-Jones, C. , Phillips, R., Rowley, S.
  • Published: 2009

Resource boom towns have experienced recurring housing shortages and affordability crises. Government and industry need to address housing shortages to ensure appropriate social and economic outcomes in these locations. •…