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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    An Auckland food business has been convicted for illegally importing and selling 70-thousand dollars of fish from Bangladesh

    An Auckland food business has been convicted for illegally importing and selling 70-thousand dollars of fish from Bangladesh


    Khan Brother's Distribution Limited has been fined 60-thousand dollars at the Waitakere District Court, after director John Khan was caught selling the fish on Facebook.

    The company and director plead guilty to two charges for offences committed between late 2017 and mid 2018.

    Khan has been sentenced to six-months community detention and 12-months supervision.

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