An evade started just after 11.30pm tonight in Devonport, the shit box ute was screeching tyres in the downtown streets of Devonport going through red lights and travelling on the incorrect side of the road. Tasmania Police followed the white ute with black tail gate out of Devonport and along the Lillico straight and advised Ulverstone of the approaching known
TVN EXCLUSIVE TVN reports that a young man found guilty of rape in 2019 and imprisoned has had his conviction quashed by the Full Court, upholding grounds that his trial barrister was incompetent and made errors so serious that miscarriage of justice had resulted. TVN cannot report further than this at the present time, because the matter will be the
Labor incumbent Craig Farrell is currently staring down a challenge from Liberal Ben Shaw in the upper house election for the seat of Derwent. Our political insider, Polly, told us: “Farrell’s popular but can have the shine taken off him by someone with the guts to play a bit dirty, like Shaw. Farrell’s fighting off groundless electoral commission complaints about
“We stopped to take the picture and couldn’t see any evidence of it being hit by a vehicle. We think people have shot or baited it. No face tumour and a very good size too. About 500m up Lower Marshes Road, Aspley. Very unhappy and shocked” our subscriber wrote in today.
Further to our earlier exclusive report Detective Inspector Craig Joel spoke to media this afternoon releasing further information on the robbery. Detective Inspector Joel said “At 4.30 am, two men gained entry to a house in Kempton and confronted the occupants, a 74 year old man and his 60 year old wife, and demanded the takings from the local post
The post office at Kempton was held up in an armed robbery early this morning. Tasmania Police including Forensics and Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Branch have been at the township all morning and continue interviewing locals as they conduct door to door enquiries. TVN is told a weapon was used to threaten staff member and over $10,000 was reportedly
The defendant was originally charged with Murder but found guilty of the lesser charge of Manslaughter.
On the 10th of August 2018 a small time dope dealing couple were victims of a home invasion at their Forest Lodge home by a man high on ice. The intruder was killed by one of the residents with a samurai sword a short distance from the home. The resident chased the intruder up the street, the intruder died of
An inmate who sent smoke signals to prison authorities as he wasn’t happy with his accomodation gets extra time for lighting up bedding
STATE OF TASMANIA v BARRY JOHN ELDRIDGE 18 MARCH 2021 COMMENTS ON PASSING SENTENCE Mr Eldridge, the defendant, appears for sentencing having pleaded guilty in the Magistrates Court to one count of unlawfully setting fire to property. On 25 February 2020, he was an inmate of Risdon Prison and housed in the medium security unit. That unit comprised four “pods”