Following our report at around an hour ago Federal Group sent this message to customers at 7.22pm. We note they would not answer if they have been ‘hacked.’ Why weren’t customers notified earlier? TVN has just now received a response from Federal Group Executive General Manager Daniel Hanna who says “A system issue has impacted a number of facilities across
Subscribers who are staying at Wrest Point casino tell us that staff told them ‘our systems have been hacked’ and is affecting punters and guests. Our subscriber described the situation as ‘hopeless’ as they told us it affected room keys, pokie machines, keno and other operations. They said “the poor staff have been up in the air all day.” Other
Tasmania Police advise they are currently investigating an incident after shots were discharged and impacted a house at Balfour Street Launceston overnight. Detective Sergeant Evans of Launceston Criminal Investigation Branch said “About 3:30am this morning, the residents of the house woke up to glass breaking and discovered a broken window and light fitting in the lounge room which at the
I am a nurse at the RHH and let me tell you its hard work. The ward I work on is regularly short staffed to the point where at times there is more pool staff than ward staff members some shifts either due to gaps on the roster or sick leave. If you read HR related material then the metrics
Ambulance Tasmania, Tasmania Police including Forensic Services and Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Branch are attending housing complex Common Ground at Campbell Street in relation to a sudden death. Comment was sought from Tasmania Police.
Police spinning the truth again. Last night we reported a shooting within minutes of it occurring, telling the true facts. 4.23am this morning Police told us “police discovered two small puncture wounds in the 30 year old female’s back, caused by ballistic projectiles” They even said “The female’s injuries are superficial and she is expected to make a full recovery.”
A Nollamara woman was sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment yesterday (Thursday, 01 April 2021) after being arrested in 2019 with methamphetamine, heroin and $39,450 in illicit cash. The woman was sentenced in the Perth District Court after previously pleading guilty to two charges of trafficking a marketable quantity of a controlled drug and dealing in the proceeds of crime worth
A red Lancer believed to be stolen evaded Tasmania Police last night shortly after 10.00pm on Hobart’s eastern shore. The Lancer travelled through a number of eastern shore suburbs avoiding Police. It was then spotted a short time later just before 11.00pm on Flagstaff Gully road but again avoided apprehension.
STATE OF TASMANIA v CHRISTOPHER LEIGH BROWN 31 MARCH 2021 COMMENTS ON PASSING SENTENCE Mr Brown, you have pleaded guilty to one count each of the following crimes: Trafficking in cannabis. Dealing in firearms without holding a licence, contrary to s 11(1) of the Firearms Act. Being an accessory after the fact to murder. The crime of trafficking was constituted by your