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Hero cop says school banned legal cannabis oil cure for his daughter's 100 daily epileptic fits

Chris Conrad has faced many dangers but his biggest challenge was finding a cure for his daughter’s 100 daily epileptic fits

Health experts want medicinal cannabis to meet same standards as other medicine

Toxicologists are urging the government not to make special provisions for medicinal cannabis products and argue it should meet the same stringent standards as other medicines

THC Global Group progresses core drivers of revenue growth

THC is executing a medicinal cannabis strategy in Australia, New Zealand and Canada and is looking to Asian markets

Sales slide for Australia's largest listed cannabis company

Australian industrial hemp and medicinal cannabis company Elixinol saw its revenue fall by 31 per cent quarter-on-quarter in the first three months of 2019

Teagan Appleby's medicinal cannabis to be returned

A three-month supply of the drug, which was seized at the border, is ready to be collected

'Sadly these people need these medicines now'

MPs should be ashamed that prescriptions for medicinal cannabis are not being honoured, says Sir Mike Penning

Mother left in tears after medical cannabis for epileptic daughter confiscated at airport

‘I’m really gutted – they just took everything,’ says British woman after £4,600 worth of oils seized by border officials

Medicinal cannabis allows paralysed Christchurch man to live 'good life' free from pain

Jack Tauwhare is convinced medicinal cannabis has allowed him to live a better life

ISRAEL RUGBY team member Vitali Primak sports his Provacan jersey during a recent competition

UK cannabis brand Provacan sponsors Israel's national rugby team

"Israel is the undisputed home of cannabis-based science and research and we are proud to be working closely to support grass-roots initiatives in an effort to promote the Israel Rugby Union"

Canberra's drug-driving laws should be relaxed if cannabis is legalised in the ACT, Law Society says

Canberra's legal fraternity has called for a relaxing of drug-driving laws if cannabis is legalised in the ACT, saying the consequences are often too harsh and "disproportionate" to the level of impairment