Govt refuses to budge on cannabis reform


first_imgNewsHub 7 May 2016Family First Comment: Good!The Government is still refusing to budge on the recreational use of cannabis, but says it’s open to further discussion around its medicinal use.The comment has once again re-lit debate around cannabis law reform the same day as “J-Day” protests across the country.Health Minister Jonathan Coleman is giving an inch, but protesters at today’s J-Day in Auckland want a mile.“Overall I want to make sure New Zealanders get access to the medications they want over time, but I don’t at this point support making marijuana available,” Mr Coleman said.More than 1000 gathered in Albert Park for the annual protest — this year’s theme the decriminalisation of medicinal cannabis.Currently, non-pharmaceutical grade cannabis products can be accessed only with ministerial approval, but that’s rarely granted.READ MORE: read more

From this Summer Kolasinac in Italian Club?


first_imgSead Kolašinac, football player of national football representation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, will continue his career in Italy.Schalke defender will be player of Gelsenkirchen until the summer and after his contract expires, he will sign for a European champion!According to the Italian media (Corriere dello Sport) Kolašinac made an oral agreement with Milan and from next season he will wear the shirt of this club!Apparently, the same agreement achieved Mateo Musacchio from Villarreal.This season, Kolasinac is one of the best players of Schalke and was elected in the ideal team of the first part of the season in the Bundesliga. He has played in 20 matches in the Bundesliga and scored three goals and five assists.(Source: faktor)last_img