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New Judge welcome next month

The Hobart Supreme Court of Tasmania will hold a Ceremonial Sitting on the 1st of November to welcome Magistrate Tamara Jago where she will take her seat as a Justice of the Supreme Court of Tasmania. Pic supplied

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Business Tasmania open over lockdown

Jane Howlett, Minister for Small Business. – Business Tasmania is open to support businesses during snap lockdown The Government knows that Tasmanian businesses are the engine room of our economy and the backbone of our regional communities. To support Tasmanian business with questions about the lockdown and its impact on their operations, Business Tasmania will be open all weekend. The

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Shoppers stocking up

Further to our exclusive report this morning, TVN has spoken to subscribers across a number of suburbs today, we’ve also been to several shopping centres speaking to members of the public where car parks are at a standstill, people are lined up to stock up on supplies. The public tell us they can feel a lockdown coming, they all agree

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Premier confirmed what we knew

Premier Gutwein has confirmed what TVN already knew and published this morning southern Tasmania is going into a three day lockdown from 6.00pm . Full details you need to know are below: You must stay at home unless you are: Shopping for urgent household supplies within 5 km of home — only one person from a household at any one

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TASMANIAN LABOR WOES — PARTY BOILING OVER ABOUT POKIES STANCE

Several confidential sources inside Tasmanian Labor have confirmed that the Party is in internal meltdown over the stance taken by the Parliamentary Labor Party (PLP) on poker machines. Yesterday, as was exclusively reported by TVN, the PLP lead by Rebecca White sided with the Liberal government on its pokies policy, proposing just two pokies-industry supported harm reduction measures, none of

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Monday Courts

TVN is being inundated with enquiries from defendants as to whether they are still required to attend Courts on Monday given the lockdown doesn’t end until 6.00pm at this stage. The registrar of the Hobart Magistrates Court of Tasmania told TVN the front doors of the Hobart Court will be closed and defendants will be contacted by Court staff or

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Just despicable. Government treats northern suburbs folks as fools

Bridgewater Woolworths has now officially been added as an exposure site. The government says the exposure period was between 3.15pm and 4.30pm Tuesday. We ask subscribers to please remember that it was Dr Veitch who only yesterday told you that their was no public interest in letting you know what suburb. Just despicable. How many of you could have got

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Snail media, soon a thing of the past

Murdoch media The Australian reported today what TVN reported almost a week ago, our story titled The Uninsurables.  Snail media say they have now sighted highly confidential documents, documents we had possession of the day they were released, last week. From what we hear the branch is bracing itself with Benson still missing in action!

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PORKERS DELIGHT

TVN has never applied for nor spoken to and met with any political organisation or anyone for that matter, in relation to a position as media advisor. Certain pets receive leaks and that was abundantly clear last week as we pointed out. We along with others heard the pet pig bucket being rattled.

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Sell outs

TVN can confirm that the Labor members of Tasmania’s lower house have unanimously voted to pass the Gutwein government’s poker machine policy into law. The unanimous vote comes after Labor abandoned its 2018 policy of getting pokies out of pubs and clubs, and after a secret memorandum of understanding between Rebecca White and the Tasmanian Hotels Association. A Labor member

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Cosy relationship

“This sudden change has come just weeks after Mr Thomson met with PM Scott Morrison in New York, a meeting that seemed to confirm the cosy relationship between Australia’s largest media corporation and our Prime Minister.” AND “The committee will have serious questions for Mr Thomson about the organisation culture and business model that News Corp employs both in Australia

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