Crossing borders

There is a “pressing need” for real-time prescription monitoring in NSW, says coroner, following a man’s death after buying opioids in both ACT and NSW NSW needs to urgently join Tasmania, Victoria and the ACT in implementing real-time prescription monitoring, the ACT Chief Coroner Lorraine Walker has said following another opioid-related death. Jay Alan Paterson,

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