Welcome, Mary Jane?

By Paolo Zupp With the recent legalisation of medical marijuana usage, North Queensland pharmacists and other allied health service providers are struggling to find a way to provide their clients with the best possible care. Josh Brendixsen, a pharmacist at Amcal Chemist Smithfield, explained the obstacles. “We’ve been unable to source the prescribed medication fromContinue reading “Welcome, Mary Jane?”

Malanda TAFE hopin’ for business

By Allan Povah The Malanda TAFE has announced that it is reopening next week and a whole new range of certificate and diploma courses are being offered for the second trimester of 2017. The new courses have been generated based on a social media analysis of modern lifestyle and workplace trends. In addition to theContinue reading “Malanda TAFE hopin’ for business”

Hijabi wins chocolate sculpting competition

By Heather Luck The fourth annual Mareeba Chocolate Sculpture competition was staged this weekend, attracting visitors from all over the world to the picturesque tableland township The competition winner, ‘Little Sister and Big Bull’ (pictured above in the Centrelink car-park on Byrnes Street) was praised by the judges for its breathtaking scope and attention toContinue reading “Hijabi wins chocolate sculpting competition”

Industry expert opposes import of medical marijuana

By Allan Povah Mr Murray ‘Jane’ Simmonds (above), spokesman for the Mareeba Jay Keef Collective, the peak body for marijuana dealers in FNQ, has spoken out against the government’s plan to legalise the import of medicinal marijuana. “Those southern fuckers are fucking crazy,” he declared. “If some soccer-milf up here needs some lettuce cos theirContinue reading “Industry expert opposes import of medical marijuana”