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O'Mahony, John, ed. (2007) Drugs and Ireland. Cork: Irish Examiner.

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Table of contents:
• The alarming growth in heroin and cocaine use in Dún Laoghaire and Kerry
• Talking to mothers whose families have been devastated by drugs
• Kim was just a year out of school with her life before her when she died
• How to recognise the various drugs used and know the damage they cause
• Is Cork burying its head in the sand about its drug problem?
• The rewards are enormous, but murder rules the drug trade
• The reality of drug use on the ground in Tipperary and Offaly
• Why alcohol is a gateway to drugs for many teenagers
• Should drugs be legalised — the arguments for and against
• Cormac O'Keeffe talks to an addict about her 14-year battle with drugs


Item Type
Report
Date
20 November 2007
Pages
19 p.
Publisher
Irish Examiner
Place of Publication
Cork
Keywords
alcohol abuse, cocaine, Cork, drug legalization, Dun Laoghaire, heroin, Ireland, Kerry, Offaly, Tipperary
Notes
This Irish Examiner special investigation was issued on 20 November 2007
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Accession Number
HRB 4203 (Available)

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