As public concern over youth drug abuse rises, the government and social organisations are launching various programmes to combat the problem.
In the story on page C1 yesterday, headlined 'Teenagers experimenting with drugs at 15, says narcotics chief', the public consultation on compulsory drug tests will in fact be conducted by the...
The Security Bureau's Narcotics Division hopes a drama produced by students will help counter rampant drug abuse among young people.
International schools that have introduced voluntary physical examinations to check for narcotics have been praised by one of the city's leaders in the fight against drugs.
As hundreds of thousands of people pass through border check points and fly out of Chek Lap Kok to take advantage of the Easter break, government officials have warned young people not to abuse...
Drug-related deaths have risen sharply in recent years due to accidental overdoses and experimentation with drug cocktails, a government survey has indicated.
Canto-pop stars joined the chorus of voices warning youngsters against drug abuse.
Kelly Chen, Eason Chan and Miriam Yeung sang their hearts out at a concert which aimed to spread...
Fewer young drug abusers were reported to the Central Registry of Drug Abuse (CRDA) last year than the year before, according to the Assistant Secretary of Narcotics, Lam Ka-tai.
More people are turning to 'recreational' drugs such as marijuana, Ecstasy and cocaine, although drug abuse is generally on the way down, figures released yesterday showed.
Youngsters can test their knowledge of anti-drug programmes through a new interactive quiz on the Narcotics Division's homepage.
The SAR has asked to share in more than $14 million of drug traffickers' assets seized in operations with the United States.
Some $23 million will be available from an anti-drugs fund next year, Commissioner for Narcotics Clarie Lo Ku Ka-lee said yesterday.