Price of fuel and food set to increase as Ukraine-Russia conflict escalates

Eva Baxter
Soofia Tariq
March 2 2022 - 7:30am
Tamworth farmer Kevin Tongue has had to cut back on planting crops because of the rising price of fuel. Picture: The Northern Daily Leader
Tamworth farmer Kevin Tongue has had to cut back on planting crops because of the rising price of fuel. Picture: The Northern Daily Leader

Australians can expect the price of some essential goods such as fuel, groceries, and manufactured goods to go up as global supply chains reel from the disruption caused by the Ukraine invasion and new sanctions imposed on Russia.

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Eva Baxter

Eva Baxter

Journalist

Eva is a Northern Daily Leader journalist based in Tamworth. She covers health, politics, energy, arts & entertainment, business, community, and a bit of everything else.

Soofia Tariq

Soofia Tariq

Journalist

Soofia joined the Canberra Times in 2022 as the cadet. She is now a general news reporter, covering everything from local stories to ACT and federal politics. She previously interned and was an audio producer at The Guardian Australia. She has also worked at 2SER Radio and City Hub Sydney. Her email is soofia.tariq@canberratimes.com.au

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