Bouncy cheque: The Star casino is suing one of its high rollers over $12 million in allegedly unpaid debts.
In the NSW Supreme Court lawsuit, The Star claims that in July 2019 Jingang Hu withdrew $13.2 million worth of Hong Kong dollars from a cashing facility based on a cheque that later bounced. “On 19 July 2019, the said cheque was not met on presentation upon deposit by [The Star] causing [The Star] to suffer loss,” the casino wrote.
In the media there is a term to describe hiding unsavoury news by releasing it when it could go unnoticed, like the 11th hour before a federal election – it’s called taking out the trash. Star took out a landfill-sized amount of trash last Friday night when it slipped a brief note to the ASX saying its executive chairman John
Two loyal and long term Hobart subscribers had the living daylights scared out of them this morning at 2.00am as Tasmania Police officers knocked loudly on doors and windows around their home saying they are looking for their 32 year old son who does not reside with them. Both subscribers suffering significant health issues told TVN “we really don’t need
TVN advised Tasmania Police of a detective who illegally accessed a criminals records purely for gossip openly discussing the contents to other well known career criminals over the phone. A spokesperson for Tasmania Police has told TVN they would be prepared to investigate but need further particulars, TVN are speaking to a parties lawyer so they can explain the procedure.
Exclusive: TVN has been carrying out enquiries in relation to Tasmania Police worker’s compensation cases. Results from our enquiries are that over 50 officer’s will never return to active duty. A spokesperson for Tasmania Police advised us “At 31 March 2022, DPFEM has a total of 139 open workers compensation claims for police officers, with 59 people who are currently
TVN was advised that a now former Sergeant of the Police Marine Unit was transferred to the Criminal Investigation Branch following formal complaints of sexual harassment within the Police Marine Unit by a fellow officer. TVN made enquiries with Tasmania Police who have provided this exclusive statement to us: “A complaint has been received in relation to a breach of
Further to our Exclusive report a month ago in relation to the ‘drug dealing cop’ TVN requested an update from Tasmania Police who have provided us with this exclusive statement: “While we cannot comment on the exact nature of the investigation for operational reasons, Tasmania Police can confirm a police officer in the south of the state has recently been
Exclusive: TVN has carried out enquiries in relation to the fatal crash that killed two innocent people earlier this month. We are told by a number of industry sources that the Police officer was driving whilst disqualified. We asked Tasmania Police about this and if the officer is currently on leave or active duties but they declined to respond. Our
Police fear Porsche driver Richard Pusey has a series of graphic photos of the horror Eastern Freeway crash that killed four officers stored on devices they cannot access. A magistrate denied his release on bail on Monday in part because they can’t access his password protected phone and tablets. Pusey, who uses they/them pronouns, is facing two charges of using
Polly has spoken exclusively to TVN this morning, and had this to say about Saturday’s result. “Morrison has obviously wrecked the Liberal party. The party has moved hard to the right, and the teal independent wins really are just voters in progressive liberal seats correcting that movement to the right. It’s an indictment on Rebecca White as State Leader and
Western Australian Labor Premier Mark McGowan has questioned the intelligence of former defence minister Peter Dutton and launched an attack on the Liberals, Clive Palmer and the national press gallery after his party’s strong election result on Saturday. McGowan said he hoped the Albanese government would get Australia’s relationship with China on a surer footing given how heavily WA relies
Troubled former television host Andrew O’Keefe has been granted bail in the NSW Supreme Court to attend a rehabilitation centre. The 50-year-old appeared from Silverwater jail on Monday via video link and thanked the judge following multiple failed attempts at securing bail. The Former Seven Network presenter nodded quietly throughout after being reprimanded in previous appearances for outbursts in court.