News Updates

Snail media, soon a thing of the past

Murdoch media The Australian reported today what TVN reported almost a week ago, our story titled The Uninsurables.  Snail media say they have now sighted highly confidential documents, documents we had possession of the day they were released, last week. From what we hear the branch is bracing itself with Benson still missing in action!

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PORKERS DELIGHT

TVN has never applied for nor spoken to and met with any political organisation or anyone for that matter, in relation to a position as media advisor. Certain pets receive leaks and that was abundantly clear last week as we pointed out. We along with others heard the pet pig bucket being rattled.

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Sell outs

TVN can confirm that the Labor members of Tasmania’s lower house have unanimously voted to pass the Gutwein government’s poker machine policy into law. The unanimous vote comes after Labor abandoned its 2018 policy of getting pokies out of pubs and clubs, and after a secret memorandum of understanding between Rebecca White and the Tasmanian Hotels Association. A Labor member

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Cosy relationship

“This sudden change has come just weeks after Mr Thomson met with PM Scott Morrison in New York, a meeting that seemed to confirm the cosy relationship between Australia’s largest media corporation and our Prime Minister.” AND “The committee will have serious questions for Mr Thomson about the organisation culture and business model that News Corp employs both in Australia

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Veitch distances himself

Dr Mark Veitch distances himself from taking any responsibility for people held in government quarantine, “Public health doesn’t take responsibility for the management of security in quarantine hotels” he said today. So who does we ask?

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Bridgewater folk tested

We understand a number of people from Bridgewater have been tested today following the positive test result this morning. Early yesterday evening Tasmania Police were driving around Hobart with the 31 year old man who arrived in Tasmania Monday night on flight JQ715 from Melbourne in their vehicle not really sure where he should go, whether back to Travelodge, Fountainside

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Secrecy is how it started

Dr Veitch says it is not in public interest to disclose the location where the COVID positive man was but TVN strongly disagrees. We are told by multiple sources that a number of Bridgewater workers/residents have been required to undergo tests today following a positive result this morning. That most certainly is in public interest. TVN

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Loose lips sinks fair trials

Jurors need to learn to do as they are told and shut their mouths. Suppression orders made by a Supreme Court of Tasmania Judge not only apply to media. We know for a fact jurors have often spoken to media, Police, defendants and victims associates amongst others. TVN has reported many approaches immediately to the Court. A large number of

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Exclusive report by Emily Baker investigative journalist ABC Hobart.

TVN also spoke to this woman and encouraged her to continue with Ms Baker who undoubtedly is the best journalist in this state to deal with and expose these kind of matters. Emily Baker reports: A woman has accused a northern Tasmanian councillor of using his position to groom her for sex, in a complaint lodged with the local government

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SUPREME COURT FINDS LAWYER SHOULD BE STRUCK OFF

LEGAL PROFESSION BOARD OF TASMANIA  v WILLIAM FREDERICK LESTER REASONS FOR JUDGMENT BRETT J 8 September 2021 1 The respondent is an Australian legal practitioner. He was admitted in the ACT as such on 21 April 2006. He worked as an employed solicitor in the ACT between that time and 2011. In July 2011, he moved to Launceston where he

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Rape acquittal

A Supreme Court jury today acquitted a man charged with the rape of his former partner. The defendant, who TVN will not name, was alleged to have raped the woman in a car. Crown Prosecutor Liz Avery had told the jury that the complainant had maintained the substance of her account even under rigorous cross-examination from defense counsel. However, inconsistencies

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