Coalition says Western Australian city has a high incidence of drug use, and will join western Sydney and Logan as sites for controversial two-year trial

The Turnbull government has named Mandurah in Western Australia as the third site where drug testing will be trialled for welfare recipients.

The human services minister, Alan Tudge, said Mandurah, like those sites already announced in western Sydney and Logan, Queensland, has a high incidence of drug use and quite a lot of drug and alcohol services already in existence.

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