Authorities make Australia’s largest drug bust in Port Melbourne | 7NEWS

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$140 million worth of illegal drugs are off Melbourne’s streets tonight after Australia’s biggest heroin bust. More than 450 kilograms were discovered in a shipment of tiles from Malaysia.

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