News Updates

Health funds must exercise caution when calculating COVID-19 relief for policyholders

Insurers have continued to return profits gained from a reduction in claims during the COVID‑19 pandemic to policyholders, but ongoing restrictions in some states delayed the full return of these profits in 2020-21, the latest ACCC annual report into the private health insurance industry has found. In the 12 months to June 2021, government-imposed COVID-19 restrictions continued to limit policyholders’ access to

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ASIC sues ANZ for misleading customers and failing to provide promised benefits – final Royal Commission investigation

ASIC has commenced civil penalty proceedings in the Federal Court against Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ANZ) for failing to provide certain benefits it had agreed to give customers with offset transaction accounts or a ‘Breakfree’ package. ASIC claims that between the mid-1990s and September 2021, ANZ failed to provide certain benefits, which included fee waivers and interest

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This global sting was enabled by the AFP and FBI. The FBI secretly controlled AN0M.

The second phase of the Australian Federal Police-led Operation Ironside has been launched today under a nationally-coordinated strike against organised crime. The AFP and state law enforcement agencies will begin the protracted offensive, which is likely to run for months, and will focus on arrests plus the disruption of criminals’ business operations. Up to 160 targets around Australia have been

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Premier confirms TVN exclusive from last month

Again our sources were correct, TVN exclusively reported on the 25th of November “A source inside the State Service has disclosed that the Tasmanian Government is considering mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for State Service employees. “An announcement is expected before the end of the year” our source told us earlier this week.” The Premier announced today “I can also advise we

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Northern Midlands Councillor cops suspension

Northern Midlands Councillor Dick Adams cops one months suspension from duties following a Code of conduct panel hearing in Launceston in October. Adams told the Chair of the Longford District Committee member during an official meeting to ‘fuck off’ and addressed a fellow Councillor again during an official meeting as ‘you fucking bitch.’Their was also a matter of conflict of

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Police called to park

We are told an elderly man approached and threatened a number of young children at Tynwald Park, New Norfolk yesterday afternoon reportedly armed with some kind of object/weapon. A spokesperson for Tasmania Police told TVN “Police attended the park after receiving a report of a man apparently being hostile towards children in the area. The man was not sighted by

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Should child sex offenders walk free from courts?

The editor of Tasmania/And Justice For All reported on the convicted filth from yesterday as we did too. The editor raised a very good point today, they said “Stop home detention for child sex offenders.” TVN supports this, why should serious child sex offenders get to go home where it’s so easy for them to continue to offend. They ruin

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Nitram a winner

Nitram has scooped most of the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards winning best film and director, and four acting prizes today.

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Metro retreats

Last week a Metro bus was escorted out of Rokeby by Tasmania Police Metro unit as it was under attack and a rock was pelted at it. Other buses have been subject to similar behaviour along with threats of violence, abuse and physical altercations. A number of drivers have spoken to TVN earlier this week on the condition of anonymity.

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