For men have been jailed for importing more than a quarter of a million pounds worth of cannabis.
A complex investigation which involved analysing CCTV footage and tracking car number plates led to the arrests.
The men were sentenced to a total of more than 17 years at Guildford Crown Court.
A 20-year-old man from Portsmouth has been jailed for more than three-and-a-half years for trying to smuggle a suitcase full of cannabis into the UK through Edinburgh Airport.
Henry Alden, from St Andrews Road in Portsmouth was stopped by Border Force officers as he stepped off a flight from Barcelona on 19 May 2015. He was carrying a small plastic bag containing a change of clothes and a phone charger, but when officers searched his checked in luggage they found it contained nothing but eleven bags of herbal cannabis.
The total weight of the drugs was around 12 kilos which would have had a likely potential street value of around £110,000.
A man has been jailed for more than two years after around 2,000 plants were found in Heathfield in January this year.
Police discovered a large cannabis farm at a unit on an industrial estate in Heathfield on Friday 23 January, after being alerted by bailiffs who had visited a unit on the Ghyll Industrial Estate. The cannabis plants would have had a street value of £953,714.
Thang Cao Do, 42, of no fixed address, was charged with being concerned in the production of a class B drug. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 27 months in prison after he appeared at Brighton Crown Court on Thursday.
Four men have been arrested following an investigation into the attempted importation of more than two tonnes of herbal cannabis through Tilbury docks.
The arrests follow the seizure of the cannabis from a shipping container full of fresh yams which arrived from Ghana on Monday 20 April. If cut and sold in the UK, the drugs would have had a likely potential street value in excess of £7.5million.
Border Force intercepted the shipment, and the investigation was passed to the National Crime Agency and Metropolitan Police Service’s Organised Crime Partnership (OCP).
Following a covert operation, officers from the OCP arrested four men on suspicion of conspiracy to import Class B drugs on Wednesday 22 April. All are from south east London: a 59, 49 and 19-year-old from Maley Avenue and a 70-year-old from Borrett Close.
All have been bailed pending further enquiries to 30 June.
Three men have appeared in court charged with drug offences after Border Force officers seized £7.5 million worth of cannabis from a yacht in Newhaven.
The three men, two of whom are from Germany and another from Austria, were arrested after a search was carried out of the yacht on Friday.
The men have appeared at Brighton Magistrates Court today and have been remanded in custody until the 13th August.
Carole Upshall, Border Force Regional Director said:
Brighton MP Caroline Lucas is to listen to arguments put forward by a group in favour of using cannabis for medicinal purposes.
She speak at tonight's launch meeting of the United Patients Alliance and hear evidence about why the drug can be of benefit to those with health issues.
There is an ongoing debate about the use of cannabis to treat conditions such as multiple sclerosis, and provide pain relief.
Guest speakers and medical cannabis patients will talk at the event on how the drug has improved their quality of life. It takes place at the Brighthelm Centre at 7.30pm.
Ms Lucas, the Green party MP for Brighton Pavilion backs a carefully regulated assessment into cannabis being permitted for medicinal purposes.
Also speaking at the event, Professor David Nutt, who has campaigned for Dutch style cannabis cafes. He thinks if they were introduced, it would lower the nation's alcohol problem.
Hampshire Police have uncovered a suspected cannabis factory in the New Forest.
Two men, aged 25 and 26, were arrested on suspicion of cultivating cannabis and are currently in police custody.
The discovery was made at unit on Millstream Industrial Estate on Christchurch Road in New Milton.
A large number of cannabis plants that covered two floors of the unit were found.
Acting Inspector Simon Flint said, "This appears to have been a large scale operation based on the number of plants at the premises."
Detective Inspector Gavin Patch says it's one of the largest sites Sussex Police have seen for some time.
More than a thousand cannabis plants, with a potential street value of at least a million pounds has been seized in Sussex.
Two men and two women were arrested at the property in North Chailey at around 9 o'clock this morning.
Police are now examining the home and outbuildings at the isolated farm. Detectives say it is one of the largest sites they have seen for some time.
Around 70 cannabis plants were found in a bedroom at a house in Brighton as officers carried out immigration checks.
The discovery was made at the house on St James' Street Mews.
A 33-year-old Algerian man, who had over stayed his visa, was arrested.
Sussex police are now investigating the matter further and questioning the man.
Richard Lederle, head of Kent & Sussex Home Office Immigration Enforcement team said: