Rise in street demand and trafficking of harmful drug

By Luke Costin
Updated March 3 2024 - 3:35pm, first published 3:33pm
Hundreds of kilos of ketamine have been seized at Australia's borders amid a surge in street demand. (HANDOUT/AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL POLICE)
Hundreds of kilos of ketamine have been seized at Australia's borders amid a surge in street demand. (HANDOUT/AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL POLICE)

Surging illicit demand for an addictive sedative coincides with authorities uncovering the banned substance in more and more curious places.

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