News Updates

How long can Harvey Norman keep snail media going for?

“Harvey Norman pays my wages” a newspaper reporter said. Regional newspapers as we have are not making profits as they used to twenty years ago. Their news is stale and packed full of fillers and Harvey Norman advertising and horse race times. Whilst NewsCorp criticised and openly attacked Facebook last year over the media ban we note they have a

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Burning the midnight oil

Exclusive: Our subscriber ordered groceries from Woolworths on Saturday, to be delivered this afternoon with a window period of between 4 – 9.00pm as they were unable to secure a morning delivery. At 4.54pm they received a text message advising of up to a 120 minute delay, at 6.32pm they received a further text message advising the delivery would arrive

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Virgin cuts a quarter of flights as Omicron hits crew and travel demand

Sydney Morning Herald Exclusive Virgin Australia has cancelled almost one-in-four of its flights scheduled for January and February as the Omicron COVID-19 outbreak disrupts crew availability and dents travel demand. The airline said it would operate reduced frequency on busy routes and temporarily suspend 10 routes from late January, as it continues to lose staff who are forced into isolation

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TVN Risdon Prison Complex Covid and lockdown Exclusive

TVN can Exclusively report that a number of COVID-19 positive cases exist within the Risdon Prison Complex, the number of inmates we have is seven. For privacy reasons we won’t disclose what sections. TVN Exclusively reported last week that the Tasmania Prison Service has cancelled all visitation from tomorrow, the Department of Justice exclusively confirmed our report in writing to

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Filthy taxi, uber fakes and sex offenders prey on vulnerable

We reported about fake taxis fake ubers and sex offenders being active on New Year’s Eve. Punters were being offered lifts for exorbitant fares or in some cases creeps offering discounted fares to lure drunk young people into their cars. TVN received multiple reports of this. TVN sat down and spoke with a senior taxi industry source this last week.

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More gunshots in Launceston

Tasmania Police advise that at 2:13am this morning they attended the Birchall’s carpark located at 120 Patterson Street, Launceston in relation to a firearm being dischaged at the address. “Initial investigations suggest an offender has dishcarged a shot-gun into the air before leaving the carpark in a blue 1995 model Honda Accord. A 2002 yellow Mitsubishi Lancer may also be

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A number of shops at Eastland’s remain closed today.

A number of shops at Eastland’s remain closed today. The ceiling collapse at Sportsgirl has caused significant damage to infrastructure and destroying stock. Rebel Sports, Zing and a book shop are cleaning up today as are others. Speaking to shoppers and retailers this morning they have voiced their concern as to why the centre wasn’t shut down immediately with risks

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Home Affairs told Djokovic his travel declaration met requirements

Sydney Morning Herald Exclusive report Novak Djokovic claims he received a letter from Australia’s immigration department days before his arrival in Melbourne saying he met the requirements for quarantine-free travel to Australia. Mr Djokovic is in detention at the Park Hotel after the federal government cancelled his visa to attend the Australian Open tournament. He launched a court challenge to that decision

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