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Stories about "drug raids":

Four arrested in North Coast drug syndicate raids

Four people will face court following investigations by Strike Force Trevalsa into a large-scale drug supply syndicate allegedly operating on the North Coast that included raids at properties in Lismore, Chinderah and Byron Bay.

Pair arrested on drugs charges, Murwillumbah

A man and woman have been arrested and charged with multiple drug-related offences after a raid on a property in Murwillumbah yesterday.

Tweed Heads man charged with drug supply

During the search of a Tweed Heads property on Thursday police allegedly found more than 300 pills, methamphetamine, prescription medication, cannabis, drug paraphernalia and chemicals allegedly used to manufacture prohibited drugs.

Two more arrested under cover of Cloak

Richmond Local Area Command police are continuing their swoop on small-scale drug dealers in the Ballina area, which they have dubbed Strike Force Cloak.

North Lismore man charged over drugs, guns

Police allege they seized knuckle dusters and a pistol, as well as gun parts, ammunition, ecstasy and prescription drugs during a raid on a property in North Lismore yesterday.

Two charged after drug raids at Bentley, Larnook

Two men have been charged after Tactical Assault Group officers raided properties and Bentley and Larnook yesterday, seizing marijuana, ice, heroin, MDMA and ammunition.

Cops claim $2m cannabis crop netted in raid

Police claim to have seized some $2 million worth of cannabis growing at a property at Ewingar, south of Tabulam, on Thursday.

Guns, drug paraphernalia seized in Nimbin raid

A Nimbin man has been remanded in custody after police have seized drug paraphernalia, ammunition and a firearm during a raid on his home.

Man charged with possession of drugs, guns, testosterone

A man will face court over alleged drug supply and weapons charges following a vehicle stop and search warrant at Grafton on Monday

Hemp Embassy takes aim at police cannabis claims

A north coast police operation to ‘seize and destroy’ cannabis plats has just wrapped up for another year, with police reporting the Tweed Byron area as having fewer crops discovered than the surrounding areas.

CWA push for improved maternity services

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The Tweed Artisan Food Festival is almost here

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