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Lost Paradise

Drug dealer who poisoned music festivals sentenced to just 80 community service

by Paul Cashmere

Drug dealer Tina Phan, who was caught smuggling 394 ecstasy capsules in the Knockout Games of Destiny Festival in Sydney in December, has been sentenced to a ridiculous 80 hours community service.

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Beyond The Valley

Australian Festivals Association open Government dialogue for drug testing at events

by Paul Cashmere

The Australian Festivals Association has started a dialogue with state governments to work together to make music events safer.

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