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Longford family feels targeted

A subscribers elderly mother got a shock tonight when three Police cars pulled over her driveway blocking her in as she was going to to the shop. The mum and her passengers were asked to get out of the car as more Police arrived. Our subscriber who we spoke to a short time ago openly said he had a prior

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Full update on Longford incident

Exclusive report: The incident at Longford initially started at 7.00pm tonight as a disturbance in the street. Moments later between 7.02pm and 7.17pm Tasmania Police were contacted to attend Goose Green Place along with Ambulance Tasmania. Gunshots were mentioned along with a report of a person being shot, and mention of gunshots at 7.18pm. At this stage Police were en

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Extremely dangerous riding

At around 12.15pm this afternoon at Gagebrook a male was riding around on an older model possibly stolen red Ducati Monster at high speeds in the built up area. The bike passed our subscriber on Tottenham Road at an estimated speed of 120k/hr including riding through the school zone at high speed continually revving the bike excessively and struggling with

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Govt staffer behind Hitler slur ‘no longer employed’

Walt Secord: “Anyone making antisemitic remarks or posts should have been raced out of the department without delay. Unfortunately, it took the NSW government months to act.” By EVAN ZLATKIS THE NSW Department of Education says an employee who posted a comment on Facebook saying “it’s such a shame [Hitler] didn’t finish his job” is no longer employed by the department.

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Neo-Nazis vandalise Jewish graves in Tasmania

Article AJN Staff. WHITE supremacists have targeted the Jewish section of a Tasmanian cemetery, placing “white force” stickers on Jewish headstones in a move Jewish leaders have described as “vile”. The AJN understands the stickers were placed on the anniversary of Kristallnacht earlier this month. Condemning the display, Anti-Defamation Commission chair Dvir Abramovich lamented, “This repulsive desecration of the dead is

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Letter to the Editor from No shortage at Coles

“So apparently Woolworth’s have a ‘nationwide shortage’ of antibacterial wipes for customers to wipe their trolleys when entering the store. This is what I was told at Woolworth’s bridgewater today when I asked for a wipe as their container was empty yet again. I then asked if they could get some wipes off the shelf for me to use before

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Sarah Courtney, Minister for Children and Youth. – Greater oversight for young people at AYDC

The Tasmanian Government is supporting the Commissioner for Children and Young People to enhance safety and support for young people at the Ashley Youth Detention Centre. The recruitment for an Advocate for Young People in Detention position has commenced to assist the Commissioner for Children and Young people provide additional advocacy services for young people detained under the Youth Justice

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Australian Priority Organisation Target (APOT), allegedly conspired with another man, 41, using encrypted communication platforms to import about 314 kilograms of heroin from Thailand to Australia.

Further to our report last night, the AFP release further details on yesterdays operation. The AFP says: Two Sydney men – including a man the Australian Federal Police allege is one of the nation’s most significant organised crime threats – have been charged with significant drug offences. A man, 38, designated as an Australian Priority Organisation Target (APOT), allegedly conspired

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TASMANIAN LABOR TURMOIL — “TOXIC” STATE BRANCH THREATENS FEDERAL CAMPAIGN

TVN has received unconfirned reports from a number of sources inside Tasmanian Labor that former Franklin MHA, Alison Standen, has relinquished the winnable third position on the Labor Senate ticket. A number of sources are saying that this is part of a Left faction power-play orchestrated by State Secretary, Stuart Benson, to move Standen off the Senate ticket to contest

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540kg Cocaine inside containers

Two Queensland men are scheduled to face Brisbane Magistrates Court today charged with possessing nearly 540kg of cocaine allegedly secreted inside empty shipping containers. The co-accused, aged 26 and 28, were each charged with two counts of possessing a commercial quantity of cocaine following an investigation by the Queensland National Anti-Gangs Squad (NAGS) – comprised of Australian Federal Police and

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