TFS are attending a Structure Fire at Boronia Place, Gagebrook, the second unoccupied house lit up today. Note: Tasmania Police were advised twice shortly before 2.00pm this afternoon that there could be more house fires in the Bridgewater area today and why.
An ill-fated attempt to rip off the Hamze family allegedly led to a 24-year-old man from Sydney’s west being snatched, dumped in the street and hospitalised with a stab wound after a three-hour kidnapping ordeal. Police claim that a senior member of the Hamze family contracted the man to commit a fraud offence on their behalf. When it transpired the
The climate activist who claimed Josh Frydenberg was a Hungarian citizen in an attempt to unseat the Treasurer from Federal Parliament is facing bankruptcy proceedings because of the costs of his failed legal case against the MP. Michael Staindl, a 68-year-old full-time climate activist, was ordered to pay Mr Frydenberg’s costs last August after Federal Court judges previously ruled there
Police have charged an East Devonport man with murder in relation to the death of a Sprent man on Sunday night. The 25-year-old man was arrested at a private residence at East Devonport shortly after midnight on Tuesday morning. A short time ago the man was charged with several offences including Murder, Aggravated Burglary and Unlawful setting fire to property.
This is what happens when you trust Murdoch media to tell the truth with times! Whilst they may say mistake, this example highlights the point TVN makes is that over the past ten years they have fiddled times constantly cheating. In some cases to lead their readers to believe they are so good they published one report “two hours” before
UPDATE – Following our request we received this from Tasmania Police within minutes: Missing swimmer – Cataract Gorge, Launceston. On Tuesday the 25th of January 2022, shortly after one o’clock, police attended the Launceston Cataract Gorge, following the report of a missing swimmer. The woman aged in her 20’s was last seen swimming in the First Basin when she went
It is not rude to protest. But there is a reason, as excruciatingly correct behaviour expert Miss Manners once quipped, why it is called “civil” disobedience.
There was nothing civil about Grace Tame’s last performance as Australian of the Year; it looked more like childish disobedience. Much as I am fond of quoting feminist historian Laurel Thatcher Ulrich’s observation that well-behaved women seldom make history, there is nothing inherently history-making in being merely ill-behaved. The photographs of Tame’s exit interview at the Prime Minister’s residence are