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Border-controlled drugs seized

An investigation into a threat by bikies has resulted in the largest seizure of ephedrine on record and the arrest of a drug supply syndicate…

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Meth worth $324 million seized

Seven men and a woman have been charged for their alleged involvement in the importation of 540 kilograms methamphetamine into Sydney. The total street value…

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Flowers into Australia

Today is Valentines Day.  If you didn’t realise, and you’re just finding this out now for the first time, you might be in trouble with…

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Latest ABF Finds

Today we thought that we would wrap up some of the finds made by the officers at Australian Border Force (ABF) in the last few…

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Aust. Biosecurity animal stats

Have you ever wondered how many animals Australian Biosecurity manage the importation of into Australia? Check out this amazing image! For more information on importing…

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Asbestos Importation Review Findings

Asbestos in importations has been in the spotlight lately with the discovery of asbestos at several new buildings, including Perth’s new Children Hospital. Recently there…

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ABF sheds light on ephedrine concealment

Australian Border Force (ABF) investigators have charged a 25-year-old Sydney man with importing 12kg of ephedrine concealed in light globes. On 13 June 2016, ABF…

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An Asbestos-Free Australia

  Despite it being illegal to import since the 31st December 2003, an inquiry has shown that products containing asbestos continues to be imported into…

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Tradex Scheme

Today we wanted to shine the light on a little known Scheme known as Tradex. The Tradex Scheme allows an importer to gain an up-front…

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Coffee Berry Borer Beetles

A company in Cairns has been fined $12000 for illegally importing coffee seeds that were infested with Coffee Berry Borer. These beetles, whilst sounding completely…

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