Baggaley case adjourned

THE case against former Olympic kayaker Nathan Baggaley, his brother Dru, and others accused of making and selling ecstasy at Byron Bay was yesterday adjourned at Lismore Local Court until October 7.

The brothers and two other men, Beutlar Filimoehala, of Ballina, and Kyle Benjamin McQuire, of Lennox Head, are charged over an alleged drug operation that manufactured and supplied more than 51,000 ecstasy tablets worth between $1.78 million and $2.55 million.

Filimoehala is charged with inciting Nathan Baggaley to supply ecstasy, as well as with personally supplying an indictable quantity of ecstasy.

McQuire is also charged with supplying an indictable quantity of ecstasy.

Nathan Baggaley faces 14 offences, including possessing a tablet press and supplying commercial quantities of ecstasy.

His brother, Dru, faces 28 charges, including possessing a tablet press, and of supplying commercial quantities and large quantities of ecstasy.



More rain means tonnes of choking mud in the river

More rain means tonnes of choking mud in the river

It's going to be unpleasant if you want to go fishing this weekend

Cops allege $100,000 stolen property at OMCG home

Cops allege $100,000 stolen property at OMCG home

Outlaw motorcycle gang member charged

'We know who they are': Locals fed up with young criminals

'We know who they are': Locals fed up with young criminals

Ballina residents say it's time to name and shame

Local Partners