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No response from space cadets

Looks like Police may have already spoken to these offenders, they parked legally for once following our report yesterday! Prosegur refused to respond to our request for comment.

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LaLa Giddings and Milne so desperate to see their dials on tv last night tell media what the public already know

Giddings flopping around flapping her gums regarding Tasmanian prisons is rather interesting since it was her very own party who stupidly shut down Hayes Gaol farm. The prison situation has been downhill ever since. Of course ‘promise everything do nothing’ Lisa Singh also had a go at it making it worse. At least the Liberal government are out there building

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Ambulance delayed due to Prosegur

Yet again a Prosegur armed truck parks illegally. Ambulance Tasmania were forced to wait in the middle of a shopping centre lane and then forced to line up in a taxi rank thanks to Prosegur parking illegally in the Tasmania Police dedicated bay at Eastlands today. Our subscriber said Paramedics even knocked on the window and door, no one home.

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Holy Tonka!

An small excavator was stolen from Murdunna this afternoon, it was seen being towed from the scene on a trailer. Several motorists were in hot pursuit until Police intercepted it at a servo our subscribers said.

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Perth Jews told to leave Nazi auction

Adolf Hitler’s cigarette box sold for $29,000, his tableware collection went for $25,000 and his hairbrush fetched $19,000. AS the federal government hints it could criminalise the sale of Nazi memorabilia, a Jewish father and son were escorted out of a Perth auction house after they attempted to watch a selection of Adolf Hitler’s personal items go under the hammer.

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Sydney man sentenced for selling online subscriptions using stolen credentials in international investigation

A 23-year-old Sydney man was yesterday handed a two years and two months’ sentence, to be served by way of an intensive corrections order, for his involvement as the creator, administrator and primary financial beneficiary of a number of online subscription services which relied on stolen credentials from Australians and others around the world. The man, who has also been

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