News Updates

$5 Billion in drugs go up in a ring of fire

The AFP’s drug destruction program has burned more than $5 billion worth of illicit drugs in 2021. More than 25 tonnes of illicit drugs, equivalent to the weight of four large adult male African elephants, have been destroyed at specialised furnaces across the country. The temperatures reach up to 1400C. Stimulants including methamphetamine, MDMA and amphetamines dominated the AFP’s burning

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Sudden Death at MONA

Further to our earlier Facebook live report, Ambulance Tasmania and Tasmania Police including Forensic Services and Detectives are attending what we can now confirm is a sudden death at MONA Berriedale.

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Don’t get sucked in by all the media hype

A former women’s fashion wholesale expert subscriber from Sydney spoke to TVN on Friday regarding all the media hype over getting in early to buy Christmas presents. One retailer telling national media that you have to get in fast before the item you want sells out. Our subscriber said and more are waking up to these so called sales and

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Christensen under fire

“The Holocaust was an evil abomination,” Prime Minister Scott Morrison said. “Respect for the victims requires that it never be referenced in such a trivial and insensitive manner.” By AJN STAFF. PRIME Minister Scott Morrison has slammed Queensland Nationals MP George Christensen for laughing at a comment comparing Australia’s COVID-19 quarantine facilities with the Holocaust. Appearing on American conspiracy theorist Alex

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TVN spoke to Derwent Valley Council Acting Mayor this afternoon following the resignation of Ben Shaw.

“The General Manager has contacted the Electoral Commission to instruct them to commence the process for a by election for the Mayoral vacancy, I will remain Acting Mayor until this process is finalised. I am strongly considering candidacy after an overwhelming number of local residents have reached out to me suggesting I do so” Jessica Cosgrove said. We asked Ms

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The AFP High Volume Drug Crime Teams are targeting syndicates attempting to send millions of parcels of drugs through the post this festive and celebratory season.

Drug traffickers see Australia as a lucrative market because of the high demand for drugs and the high prices users will pay. The AFP, in partnership with Australian Border Force (AFP) officers at Australia’s international border, is working tirelessly to prevent these drugs from reaching our communities because of the harm they cause. Sadly there is one death in the

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More child abuse and bestiality filth charged

A 35-year-old man is expected to face Perth Magistrate’s Court today (Saturday, 11 December 2021) charged with possessing child abuse and bestiality material. The Canning Vale man was arrested by the Western Australia Joint Anti Child Exploitation Team (JACET) yesterday (Friday) and refused police bail after a forensic review of his electronic devices allegedly revealed the stored illegal digital files.

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