Southern NSW man charged over 1.2 tonne cocaine import plot

29/06/2022 2:56:00 AM

Southern NSW man charged over 1.2 tonne cocaine import plot

Southern NSW man charged over 1.2 tonne cocaine import plot

The 36 year-old man from the NSW Riverina city of Griffith is due to face court in Sydney today.

A man from the NSW Riverina city of Griffith has been charged over his alleged involvement in a plot to import more than a tonne of cocaine into the country."The bee keeping industry in Australia has got its eyes on Newcastle at the moment," he told AAP on Monday.Maroons captain Daly Cherry-Evans trudges off the Optus Stadium pitch after the Blues’ victory in Game 2 of the 2022 State of Origin series.those under the public microscope in NSW , in a series of recently published submissions to a parliamentary committee considering a tightening of casino regulations in the northern state.

NSW police inside a home as part of their investigation.( Supplied: Australian Federal Police ) The Australian Federal Police (AFP) alleges the 36-year-old gave $120,000 in cash on behalf of a multi-national organised crime syndicate to a group of Sydney-based associates, which was then used to pay a crew to collect the cocaine from a vessel at sea.Mr Le Feuvre said the statewide standstill on bee movement was adopted to give authorities time for tracing activities.The AFP said it searched a home near Griffith in late May and found encrypted devices and an extendable baton and knife.46 BST Last modified on Mon 27 Jun 2022 00.The man is due to front the Sydney Central Local Court today.He said the Newcastle beekeeper also had 120 hives at Trangie in central west NSW, which were inspected before being destroyed.More to come.Attorney-General Shannon Fentiman has also since announced a review of Star’s suitability to hold its dual Brisbane and Gold Coast casino licences, but has for Star to anchor the $3.

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