An analysis of strands of human hair from a burial site in Menorca, Spain, indicates that ancient human civilisations used hallucinogenic drugs derived from plants. These findings are the first direct evidence of ancient drug use in Europe, which may have been used as part of ritualistic ceremonies.
The Orkney Drugs Dog charity have a new recruit, Keegan, a one-and-a-half-year-old Sprocker.
£288,207 will come from the CORRA Foundation as part of the Scottish Government’s National Drugs Mission
“Despite the swift conclusion of this investigation, we will continue to work with Police Scotland on informative and preventative educational sessions for pupils, staff and parents across secondary schools and departments including Papdale Halls.” James Wylie
Rhoda Grant, Labour MSP for the Highlands and Islands has described the latest figures for drugs deaths in Scotland as ‘devastating’ for individuals and their families.
A 57-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with this recovery. He is due at Kirkwall Sheriff Court at a later date.A full report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.
Funded through OADP thanks to additional revenue from the Scottish Government, it is planned to open the premises in the coming weeks
” It is love and mercy that saves people like me”
“People need to have a reason to make behavioural changes.”
The first AGM Of Orkney Drugs Dog took place at the Ayre Hotel on Friday.
“many of the drugs involved in the deaths may be prescribed ones and not all from illegal sources. “