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Pill Testing at Music Festival Cancelled

Thursday 23rd November / posted by Chris Wheeldon

As the University year winds down for students across the state, we’ll be shining the spotlight on the work of Media and Communications students at Notre Dame University in Fremantle.

Pill testing trial-tents that were set to take place at the music festival Spilt Milk in Canberra this weekend has been cancelled. The trial was to be the first in Australia and according to the ACT Government. Why isn’t it going ahead anymore? Anneke De Bruin investigates.

[caption id="attachment_46288" align="alignnone" width="186"] Communications and Media student at University of Notre Dame, Anneke De Bruin.[/caption]

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