A man who once thought he was Ozzy Osbourne (pictured below) appeared in the Hobart Magistrates Court of Tasmania this afternoon in relation to a restraining order application made against him by a Hobart doctor. Convicted sex offender Arthur Fairwell represented by the Courts Duty Lawyer program yelled out at the Deputy Chief Magistrate Mr Daly “she (the doctor) will
Carly Douglas of AJN reports: A recent spate of antisemitic graffiti across Australia has been condemned by communal leaders. In Brisbane, an Israeli restaurant was targeted in what Queensland Jewish Board of Deputies vice-president Jason Steinberg called “a horrible act of pure hatred”. Steinberg said the owner was both “shocked and scared” by the words “Always Palestinian food: Zionists f**k
STATE OF TASMANIA v D 1 APRIL 2020 COMMENTS ON PASSING SENTENCED, you plead guilty to receiving stolen property and to being an accessory after the fact to stealing. Early in the morning on 28 February 2019 your then partner stole tools from the back of a tradesman’s utility parked at Midway Point. On 1 March 2019 he stole jewellery,
A motorcyclist has died in the states north following a crash at Exeter at lunch time today. The male rider was on a Harley-Davidson following a motorist, Police say it appears that the motorist turned right and they collided as the motorcyclist was attempting to overtake at the same time. The rider died whilst in the ambulance to hospital.
TVN tonight spoke to the Chief Executive Officer of United Petroleum Mr David Szymczak. Mr Szymczak confirmed the immediate closure of their Gagebrook site and provided this statement: Brighton Council bureaucracy closes Gagebrook’s only Service Station “The only Service Station in Gagebrook will close indefinitely today. This is due to Brighton Council bureaucracy fatally affecting the continued operation of United
In relation to our earlier story regarding Police and a decision made by the Deputy Chief Magistrate TVN can attest to a couple of issues. ONCE quite a number of years ago a Police officer tried to snatch a mobile phone from us. TWICE over the years TVN were told to leave an area or we would receive an 8
Lies, lies more lies, excessive force, unlawful arrest, lying over causing significant pain to defendant, abuse and quite frankly an extremely appalling case of Police abuse and fabrication.
We have way too many references to list but encourage those interested in justice to please read on. The Deputy Chief Magistrate rejected a number of Police officers evidence even citing evidence as not reliable, rejected it was an ‘evade’ and Police questioned over snatching a member of the public phone from their hand because they were filming. Citizens have
Man charged with transmitting indecent communication to a child A 52 year old Tasmanian man from the Derwent Valley has been charged by Tasmania Police investigators with using a carriage device to transit indecent communication to a person under 16 years of age. Police allege the man sent indecent material to a 14 year old child and after a joint
Over $580,000 recovered for Hobart workers The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) has recovered $582,450 in wages for 376 underpaid workers after auditing Hobart’s ‘cheap eats’ food precincts. Fair Work Inspectors targeted 45 businesses at North Hobart, Salamanca/Battery Point andConstitution Dock and found that almost 80 per cent failed to comply with workplace laws. Of the 35 businesses in breach, 32 had underpaid their workers
The Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced legal action in the Federal Circuit Court against the operators of a Hobart café. Facing court are Welvin and Kevin Pty Ltd, which operates the Salamanca Wharf Café, company director Mr Zhi Zhi Tan and company majority shareholder and manager Mr Qingxiang (Kevin) Meng. The regulator investigated the café during an auditing activity targeting Hobart food precincts.