Russia’s current disagreements with the US and Europe have arisen because Moscow ‘s security interests have been ignored for a long time. This was announced on April 23 by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova. “The current disagreements between Russia and the United States and Europe arose as a result of the fact that for a long time the security interests
A QantasLink flight QLK57 Devonport from Melbourne was forced to circle over Bass Straight on a holding pattern tonight after an smaller aircraft experienced problems on the runway we are told. Our source said a 1981 Piper PA31325 had taken off then immediately returned landing minutes later. The QantasLink 2004 Bombardier DHC8315 landed a short time after the runway was
The Russian Ministry of Defense on Saturday, April 23, published footage of the combat work of the crews of the Ka-52 helicopters of the Russian Aerospace Forces as part of a special operation to protect Donbass. In the course of carrying out a combat mission, army aviation pilots acted in pairs and delivered missile strikes at discovered armored vehicles and
The 1.89-tonne seizure is the largest cocaine seizure in Australian, potential street value of approximately $1.289 billion.
A Hong Kong man was yesterday (22 April 2022) sentenced to 12 years’ imprisonment in relation to Australia’s biggest-ever cocaine seizure. A joint Australian Federal Police, Australian Border Force and NSW Police Force investigation led authorities to intercept a drug-filled vessel off the NSW coast near Newcastle in August 2020. The three crew members – a Hong Kong man then-aged
Financial Crimes Squad detectives have charged a woman in relation to the alleged stealing of more than $560,000 from her employer. It will be alleged a staff member at a medical clinic in the southern suburbs took advantage of the access she had to her employer’s credit card and bank account and conducted unauthorised transactions. The alleged offences include more
Multiple arrests, drugs seized and vehicles impounded as part of police operation across Moe, Morwell, and Traralgon
Police have made more than a dozen arrests as part of a three night operation targeting dangerous driving, police evades and other criminal activity in Moe, Morwell, and Traralgon last week. Operation Black Kite, which ran each evening between Tuesday 12 and Thursday 14 April, saw local frontline police and highway patrol officers teaming up with members from Victoria Police
Four charged and syndicate dismantled after further analysis of ‘ANOM’ data – Drug and Firearms Squad
Four people have been charged by Drug and Firearms Squad detectives investigating the distribution and supply of prohibited drugs throughout NSW. In June 2021, detectives from the State Crime Command’s Drug and Firearms Squad established Strike Force Byarong to investigate the facilitation of prohibited drugs by users of the encrypted ‘ANOM’ application. These inquiries followed the resolution of Operation Ironside,
Detectives arrested a 71-year-old male who has since been charged with one count of stealing and two counts of criminal deception.
Northern Territory Police are currently conducting an operation to recover a large amount of stolen cattle from a station on the Sturt Plateau. From the 15 to the 21 June 2021, a nearby station conducted a consensual muster of the station to recover 435 of their stolen cattle. On the 27 June 2021, detectives from Taskforce Starlight executed a search
A man who filmed state Liberal MP David Elliott while questioning the legality of NSW’s COVID-19 lockdowns has avoided a conviction despite a court finding he intimidated the then police and emergency services minister. On Friday afternoon, Local Court magistrate Eve Wynhausen found L intimidated Mr Elliott on August 20, 2021 by following the MP for almost 140 metres and recording
Former US President Donald Trump has slammed claims that he stormed out of a recent interview with Piers Morgan and has released an audio recording of how his sit down actually ended. Trump accused Morgan of being “just like the rest of the Fake News Media.” On Wednesday, TalkTV, which is set to broadcast the interview on April 25, released a
TVN was told by a very reliable source that a female Tasmania Police detective was stood down last week following an allegation of dealing drugs with more junior officers. We contacted Tasmania Police this afternoon for comment, we asked only if a Police officer had been stood down. A spokesperson for Police confirmed that and told TVN “A police officer
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has been placed seventh on the Kooyong election ballot while his independent opponent has been placed first, in a move that could help swing votes away from the Liberal MP. With nominations for the federal election now closed, ballot draws are under way around the country to determine the order candidates’ names will appear on the printed