PNG fisherman uncovers 60 kilograms of suspected illicit drugs buried on remote beach

PNG fisherman uncovers 60 kilograms of suspected illicit drugs buried on remote beach

By Bethanie Harriman in Port Moresby Posted May 11, 2018 17:09:09 Photo: Fisherman found 11 bags containing what they believed were hard drugs. (Supplied) Related Story: Ice is Australia’s illicit drug of choice and its use is increasing, according to wastewater analysis Related Story: Fears ice infiltrating remote Top End …

Australia sending plane to monitor North Korean ships’ ‘illicit trade’ | Australia news

Australia will send a military plane to monitor North Korean vessels suspected of transferring prohibited goods in defiance of UN sanctions. The surveillance aircraft is bound for a US facility in Japan alongside Canadian military planes to monitor Pyongyang’s vessels on the high seas. “We do have a P-8A [Poseidon] …

Australian, Canadian aircraft to head to Japan over ‘illicit’ North Korean ship transfers

Australian, Canadian aircraft to head to Japan over ‘illicit’ North Korean ship transfers

Updated April 28, 2018 12:02:24 Australian and Canadian military aircraft will soon head to a US base in Japan to monitor “illicit” ship-to-ship transfers involving North Korean vessels, the ABC has confirmed. It is understood the United States will play a leading role in coordinating the operations out of its …

Government commits to fight against illicit drugs as report shows ‘significant’ ice problem

Government commits to fight against illicit drugs as report shows ‘significant’ ice problem

Updated April 05, 2018 16:55:49 The Government remains focused on slowing down the supply of ice, Federal Minister for Law Enforcement and Cybersecurity Angus Taylor says. Key points: Minister says law enforcement is key when tackling ice use Ice is the biggest problem in Adelaide Analysis helps determine where to …