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Coroner to deliver NSW festivals findings

SBS Thursday, 7 November 2019
A coroner is expected to again call on the NSW premier to host a drug summit when she hands down her findings into six MDMA-related music festival deaths.
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Custom officers seize postal parcels carrying illegal pills, crystals at Chennai Airport [Video]

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Chennai Air Customs seized pills, crystals and powder valued Rs. 1.65 crores at Chennai International Airport on August 12. The 2 postal parcels had arrived from Belgium and Netherlands at Foreign Post Office. There were 5210 ecstasy pills, 100 gms MDMA crystals, and meth powder. The shipments were seized under NDPS Act of 1985.

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