A Senior Sergeant from Tasmania Police Southern Drug Investigation Services wrote to our subscriber saying the officer involved has “accepted responsibility in relation to their behaviour and understands that it was not professional nor was it necessary.” An unmarked Tasmania Police black 4WD cut our subscriber off on Lampton Avenue Derwent Park on the 16th of September, they were not
The young man who was stabbed at a Maxwell Court Bridgewater address this morning has undergone emergency surger and is in a stable but serious condition an authorised family spokesperson told TVN. The man’s mother was also injured receiving knife wounds and is in a stable condition but will require surgery possibly later today. The family spokesperson confirmed the incident
3.30pm Further to this exclusive report hours ago Tasmania Police have just now provided information in relation to charges. Police told us “A 31 year old New South Wales man has been charged with COVID related offences after allegedly entering Tasmania by air, in contravention of current COVID restrictions on 11 October. As a result of investigations, Tasmania Police has
The Foreign Investment Review Board has confirmed to JBS that the Commonwealth has no objection to JBS’ proposed acquisition of Huon Aquaculture under the Scheme or Takeover Bid, satisfying the FIRB conditions under the Schemes and Takeover Bid. The Scheme Consideration and Takeover Offer Price being offered is $3.85 per Huon Aquaculture share. The Scheme Meetings and Annual General Meeting
Fire investigation ongoing into caravan fire at Barilla Holiday Park, Cambridge Tasmania Fire Service extinguished the fire, however, the caravan was destroyed. A man residing in the caravan is receiving medical treatment for burns to his upper body. He remains in a serious condition in the Royal Hobart Hospital. Fire Investigator Tim McKay said, “there are a number of possibilities
“A white utility pulled up with the passenger exiting the vehicle smashing two windows helping himself to watches and jewellery” our subscriber says. The Devonport jewellery store was hit at around 3.00am Saturday morning. Comment has been sought from Tasmania Police.
When Arthur Calwell was immigration minister in the 1940s, he would tell a story he heard from his mother about his grandfather, Michael McLoughlin. He said that McLoughlin was an Irishman who “jumped ship” to settle in Victoria in 1847. Calwell, who later became federal opposition leader, admitted he had found no records to prove this. In fact, McLoughlin was