Iranian migrant TV star charged with importing $36m worth of drugs

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An Iranian refugee who fronted a national television campaign aimed at encouraging migrants to become small business owners has been charged with conspiracy to import methamphetamine with a street value of $36 million into Sydney.

Married immigrant Hamid Ranjbarian, 37, the wholesome face of CGU Insurance advert “Australian as it Gets”, is alleged to have been at the centre of a criminal network conspiring to import up to 40kg of ice from Middle East and Asia.—More…



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