Australia Ten charged over $1m Sydney cannabis crop
Bada Bing cafe owner faces trial accused of selling marijuana brownies to WA family
A Perth cafe owner says cannabis-laced brownies he was given "must have got mixed up" with those he sold at his cafe after a mother and her two young children became ill after eating them, a court hears.Nathan Sharp, the owner of Bada Bing cafe in Woodlands, is on trial on two charges of selling brownies containing marijuana to a Perth family in March 2019.
Ten men have been charged after police seized cannabis worth an estimated $1 million and nearly $40,000 cash from nine hydroponic houses in Sydney's east.
Officers raided nine properties at Randwick, Rosebery, Chifley, Kingsford, Maroubra, West Hoxton, Kensington and Matraville at dawn on Wednesday.
They say they found sophisticated hydroponic cannabis set-ups, seized 405 cannabis plants, about three kilos of cannabis and $37,550.
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Two teens charged after Melbourne stabbing
Victoria Police have charged two teenagers after a man was taken to hospital with serious stab wounds after an incident in Melbourne's CBD.A 40-year-old from Eltham was taken to hospital with serious injuries after he was stabbed several times on Monday night, Victoria Police said.
The drugs have an estimated potential street value of more than $1 million.
Police arrested 10 men, including two during a vehicle stop near Broken Hill in far western NSW, and charged them with numerous drug offences and participating in a criminal group contributing to criminal activity.
Six of the men were refused bail while four were granted conditional bail and will appear in various courts.
Married At First Sight takes another trip to the ratings chapel .
Nine's latest season of ratings powerhouse MAFS is already making returns with a mid-week victory.Ten started a gameshow called The Cube and got 782,000 nationally. Let’s wait till next week to see how many return. It’s The Masked Singer in perspex and with questions — an old UK format.