As per Australian Government and WHO guidelines, KFC enforces a policy of frequent hand washing and the use of hand sanitiser, only requiring staff to wear gloves when handling cooked food such as at the burger bench. This being said KFC does want to ensure we do our part and have consulted with industry experts such as Gary Kennedy from
Bridgewater Police is continuing to target illegal and dangerous use of both trail bikes and road bikes within the area with the use of drones. This morning, Tasmania Police was notified by members of the public of a blue and white road bike driving dangerously in Bridgewater. The bike was reported to have two occupants with the pillion not wearing
The Spirit of Tasmania did not sail last night as scheduled at 10.30pm, it was delayed until this morning. Subscriber passengers say they weren’t very happy about being sent away for six hours to board at 4.23am this morning. The Spirit finally departed at Melbourne at 6.53am in to arrive Devonport at 4.40pm hopefully. TVN contacted TT-Line who advised they
Australians are being urged to cyber cull and pause before they post in 2021 to protect themselves from cyber criminals, fraudsters, organised crime gangs and sex offenders. The Australian Federal Police is warning that social media users are posting too much personal and professional information, and some have become easy targets for criminals. AFP Assistant Commissioner Justine Gough said the
Several of our subscribers attended a southern KFC outlet last night and again saw KFC staff handing food with no gloves on. They say this isn’t an isolated incident. We note Dominos staff at a store frequented by another subscriber and witnessed by us several times don’t wear gloves either. TVN has contacted KFC ‘corporate affairs team’ for comment, in
A Bridgewater man appeared in an after hours session of the Hobart Magistrates Court of Tasmania just after 7.00pm tonight. Represented by a Hobart Community Legal Service duty lawyer he did not apply for bail and was remanded in custody. Highly agitated Matthew Richard Law twice told the presiding Justice of the Peace that he wanted to “make a statement
Ambulance Tasmania and Tasmania Police are attending Schofield Drive, Sorell where a person has received injuries from an assault. We understand the Rav4 that was set alight at Penna a short time ago was stolen from there. We are told the offenders attempted to gain entry to a number of cars in the street.
Newsprint media are saying that elderly or those who don’t have a smart phone are worrying they won’t be able to go to Church after the 1st of May check in requirements. This is certainly not the case and they do not need to worry at all. The Government states “If you do not have a smartphone or are unable