Tasmania Police and Ambulance Tasmania are attending a Cygnet premises where a patient has been assaulted.
We understand at the Cygnet football club.
Adolf Hitler’s cigarette box sold for $29,000, his tableware collection went for $25,000 and his hairbrush fetched $19,000. AS the federal government hints it could criminalise the sale of Nazi memorabilia, a Jewish father and son were escorted out of a Perth auction house after they attempted to watch a selection of Adolf Hitler’s personal items go under the hammer.
Sydney man sentenced for selling online subscriptions using stolen credentials in international investigation
A 23-year-old Sydney man was yesterday handed a two years and two months’ sentence, to be served by way of an intensive corrections order, for his involvement as the creator, administrator and primary financial beneficiary of a number of online subscription services which relied on stolen credentials from Australians and others around the world. The man, who has also been
A motorist who suffers from anxiety and post traumatic stress disorder told TVN this afternoon that a Police car “scared the living daylights” out of her causing her to have a panic attack roadside. Tasmania Police were attending a crash at Midway Point this afternoon, two Police motorcycles and a Police car went past us at high speed with lights
Note from Editor: The Vigilante News reported this in public interest. It is a live televised Motorsport event with Targa enjoying a high profile coverage that takes place on our public roads disrupting motorists. TVN has every right to report such news. The importance is independent reporting of news and not on allowing Targa to control the narrative. A spokesperson
Dr Scott McKeown, Deputy Director of Public Health- Western Australia regions declared high risk The Perth Metropolitan Region and Peel Region in Western Australia (WA) have been declared as High-Risk Areas following the confirmation of two COVID-19 cases in that state while infectious. One case was diagnosed in Victoria today, having travelled by plane from WA on 21 April, and
A defendant did a runner from his trial at the Hobart Supreme Court of Tasmania following an article published by The Mercury newspaper detailing his co-accused’s admissions and prior record whilst the defendants trial was still before a jury. The co-accused pleaded guilty. Upon becoming aware of the article the presiding Judge slapped a Suppression Order on the cases ordering
On the 28th November 2017 in the presence of a baby the defendant along with two accomplices broke into a residents home stealing items. The two accomplices assaulted the male resident hitting him repeatedly in the head and causing his arm to be cut by glass requiring surgical repair as they smashed windows. The defendant was arrested on the 25th
Tasmania Police were called to attend a number of matters at Glenorchy late this afternoon subscribers say. Two that are quite disturbing one a taxi driver was attacked at the Northgate taxi rank by a number of youths and the other a young girl walking home from school was reportedly approached by a motorist who tried to coax the girl