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The PSNI says more criminals in Northern Ireland are using social media and the dark web to sell drugs.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman moves on to plans for support for people with drug and alcohol issues, saying the availability of Naloxone (which is used to block the effects of opioids) has been increased.
There is also new support for those about to leave prison, with £150,000 going towards enhancing rehabilitation services.
A further £1.9m will go towards funding opiate substitution therapy for the estimated 25% of Scotland's prisoners who need it.
BBC News NI cameras follow the PSNI as they tackle the sale of illicit prescription medicines.