News Updates

Police raid successful

Detectives have charged a 29 year old Goodwood man with drugs, firearms and property offences following a search of a storage facility at Moonah yesterday. Traffickable quantities of ICE and ecstasy were seized, as well as cocaine and a significant amount of cash. Two stolen pistols, both confirmed as stolen, and a shotgun also confirmed as stolen were recovered as

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Southern Tasmania man charged with child exploitation offences

A 30-year-old Southern Tasmanian man has been charged with child exploitation offences, following a Joint Anti-Child Exploitation Team (JACET) investigation involving Tasmania Police and the Australian Federal Police. During a search of a Hobart property today, police located a significant quantity of child exploitation material across multiple electronic devices. The material included images, videos and online chat messages relating to

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Wanted by Police

Police seeking public assistance to locate Kerry Whiting Police are seeking public assistance to locate Kerry Whiting who may be able to assist with their enquiries into a murder and wounding incident in Ravenswood this morning. Anyone with information that would assist police to locate Kerry or the vehicle is asked to phone police immediately on 131 444 or Crime

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Manhunt for Murderer

The Tasmania Police air wing are searching areas near Ravenswood this morning. We understand Police are still searching for the offender following the stabbing murder of a man and stabbing of a woman this morning.

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Three white men have been convicted of murder for chasing and shooting a black man as he ran in their neighbourhood

Brunswick: Three white men have been convicted of murder for chasing and shooting a black man named Ahmaud Arbery as he ran in their neighbourhood, with a Georgia jury rejecting a self-defence claim in a trial that once again probed America’s divisive issues of race and guns. The verdict was delivered on Thursday AEDT by the jury, consisting of one

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More summer services

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport The Government is transforming public transport in greater Hobart through a range of initiatives to boost patronage and bust traffic congestion.   The success of the Derwent Ferry service trial over its first three months means we will be putting on extra services and an extra ferry over summer. With many of the

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Fatal stabbing at Ravenswood

Tasmania Police is responding to an incident on Prossers Forest Road at Ravenswood where a man has died and a woman has been critically injured. Police were called to the house just after 3:30am after a report that a man known to the victims entered the house and inflicted stab wounds on the man and woman. Two teenaged children were

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Serious Assault

Tasmania Police advise that they have charged a 22 year old male in relation to serious assault that occurred at Herdsmans Cove at around 1.30am this morning. The man has been charged with Assault and Aggravated Burglary, Police will allege that around 1:30am this morning, the man gained entry to a residence on Cooinda Place and assaulted the occupant. Police

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Well done to new Commissioner

TVN is delighted that ‘do as he’s told’ Dom appoints Deputy Commissioner Karen Webb as new Police Commissioner. We are quite relieved as all NSW citizens should be, that the Deputy Commissioner who berated and launched tirade of abuse against a Paramedic Mal Lanyon never got it. We couldn’t imagine any of our top brass carrying on like that. TVN

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Queensland individual fined $2,664 for alleged unlawful advertising of a homoeopathic medicine for COVID-19

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has issued an infringement notice for $2,664 to an individual for an alleged breach of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 (the Act). The individual allegedly advertised, on their website, the use and supply of a homoeopathic immunisation product that implied it could be used to treat and prevent COVID-19. The advertising allegedly claimed the product is “made

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Does anyone take notice?

Tasmania Police have detected several more unauthorised arrivals this afternoon at Hobart airport. We are told they will be immediately placed in Government hotel quarantine. A spokesperson for Tasmania Police said “We are advised that Border Officers are able to assess travellers at the border and provide a direction to quarantine until a travellers status is reviewed. Travellers who are

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