Wild weather hits eastern states, Alleged drug kingpin to face court | 9 News Australia

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Australia’s east coast has been hit with heavy rain, flooding, and gale-force winds as a slow-moving low-pressure system continues to roll across parts of southern Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Alleged drug kingpin Mostafa Baluch has been charged following his extradition to New South Wales.

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