November 26, 1999

The jailing of two students in Singapore for consuming cannabis at an end-of-exams party in Perth could damage Australia's image in Asia, according to Curtin University deputy vice-chancellor John Milton-Smith. Curtin students Gavin Seow and fiancee, Lynn Cheok, were caught in a random drug test after returning to Singapore. It had been three weeks since they took the drug.

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