Drugs, lack of care make immigration detention 'unsafe'

By Farid Farid
Updated April 22 2024 - 3:35am, first published 3:30am
Inspectors have raised concerns about conditions at WA's Yongah Hill Immigration Detention Centre. (Cortlan Bennett/AAP PHOTOS)
Inspectors have raised concerns about conditions at WA's Yongah Hill Immigration Detention Centre. (Cortlan Bennett/AAP PHOTOS)

Drug trafficking and inadequate health care at a high-security Western Australian immigration detention centre are among serious concerns raised by Australian Human Rights Commission inspectors.

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