Tourist in qld court on cocaine smuggling charges

Tourist in qld court on cocaine smuggling charges


A Brisbane man who was in court charged with cocaine smuggling has been arrested by police for allegedly trying to smuggle it through the country into Australia.

Brisbane Police Assistant Commissioner David Reynolds said th진주출장마사지e man entered Australia on October 26 and has not been seen since.

He admi골목tted to breaching the Migration Act by crossing the border and trying to smuggle a single kilo of cocaine and another package from South America to Sydney.

«The man entered Australia on October 26 on an outstanding visa but it was cancelled and he was subsequently transferred to another detention centre in Queensland,» Assistant Commissioner Reynolds said.

«He was in custody at the time of the arrest.»

He said it was unclear whether the man is on bail or whether he is facing criminal charges.

«He has been arrested but we haven’t been able to ascertain whether that is any particular matter and we don’t wish to make it into a prosecution-type process,» Assistant Commissioner Reynolds said.

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Truckies want end to carbon tax plan in order to reduce emissions

Truckies want end to carbon tax plan in order to reduce emissions

Petersen: Carbon tax won’t save anyone money and ‘we’re just wasting money’

The Liberals say the $7.50-per-tonne tax will only cost the economy $5-billion and create 7,000 jobs.

The tax would be phased in over three years. Starting in 2018, gasoline taxes will rise from $9.75 per litre to $13, including a $50-per-tonne increase each year until 2022.

The Liberals promise the tax will be revenue neutral as well.

Opposition NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair says the Liberals are throwing away good tax revenue, adding they will end up with $4 billion less in spending in the next four years due to the proposed carbon tax.

He says that will hurt the economy, but if anything the carbon tax is a job creator because it’s making us more competitive, especially in international competition.

WATCH: Mulcair explains how carbon taxes are supposed to help create jobs

It will create $5-billion in revenue, the Liberals say and they’ll find another $300-million through lower fuel taxes.

They say these additional revenue won’t come out of corporate taxes.

WATCH: Tom Mulcair discusses the Liberals’ carbon tax plan

They also warn that the carbon tax would add $400 million to the federal debt during the next 10 years.

The Liberals say there are about 1.5 million jobs that depend on our economy.

The government has promised to phase out the carbon tax in 2018 and there will be a transitional carbon tax starting in 2024.

They want to implemen바카라사이트t the transitional carbon ta예스카지노x as soon a바카라사이트s possible because they don’t want it to be too costly for everyone on the federal budget.

WATCH: Liberals say their carbon tax plan will be revenue neutral in four years

The new plan will increase overall taxes for businesses by $2.9 billion by cutting other tax credits that bring in $250 million annually.

The Liberals say the carbon tax’s price is more competitive and they’re offering it as a way to spur growth and job creation.

The new Liberal plan would include a 10-year freeze on business taxes and a one-per-cent carbon tax for all electricity bills on residential and small business customers and on large corporate and professional users.

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