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News.com.au
New police boat unveiledTasmania Police have bought a new boat - Cape Wickham. Pictured is Senior Const
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Tasmania Police have bought a new boat - Cape Wickham. Pictured is Senior Constable Fiona Russell smashing champagne on her bow. PIC: MATT THOMPSON Tasmanaia Police’s new $8.6 million fuel-injected sea machine has been officially unveiled. The PV... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale - minus the unpaid... Read more
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Manning River Times
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale - minus the unpaid... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale - minus the unpaid... Read more
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The North West Star
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale - minus the unpaid... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale - minus the unpaid... Read more
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The Border Mail
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale - minus the unpaid... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale - minus the unpaid... Read more
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The Courier
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
The Courier / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale - minus the unpaid... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale - minus the unpaid... Read more
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The Young Witness
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale - minus the unpaid... Read more
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Western Advocate
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale - minus the unpaid... Read more
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News.com.au
Remains confirmed as Swiss touristand authorities in Switzerland as part of their ongoing investigation. Anyone w
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
and authorities in Switzerland as part of their ongoing investigation. Anyone with information that may help police to determine Mr Munger’s movements in Tasmania is asked to contact Tasmania Police on 131 444, or 1800 765 827 from... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Remains confirmed as Swiss touristand authorities in Switzerland as part of their ongoing investigation. Anyone w
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
and authorities in Switzerland as part of their ongoing investigation. Anyone with information that may help police to determine Mr Munger’s movements in Tasmania is asked to contact Tasmania Police on 131 444, or 1800 765 827 from... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian police identify remains of Swiss tourist Thomas Mungerpopular tourist attraction the Tahune Airwalk, along with a backpack and an SD
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
popular tourist attraction the Tahune Airwalk, along with a backpack and an SD card. His brother in Switzerland provided Tasmania police with a DNA sample to compare against remains, confirming the identity. Mr Munger left Switzerland in 2010 at... Read more
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WA Today
Honey farmers' home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
WA Today / Posted yesterday
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale – minus the unpaid... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sexual abuse advocacy groups call for closer relationship with policeChild abuse advocates seek greater role in tracking down perpetrators Tasmania
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Child abuse advocates seek greater role in tracking down perpetrators Tasmania Police should work more closely with advocacy groups when investigating past sex abuse cases, according to a victims' support group. The Royal Commission into... Read more
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Canberra Times
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale – minus the unpaid... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Near miss for children playing on Tas railwayplaying chicken with trains in Tasmania has prompted calls for a crack down on
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 days ago
playing chicken with trains in Tasmania has prompted calls for a crack down on rail vandalism in the state. TASRAIL and Tasmania Police have launched a crackdown on 'record levels' of vandalism at railways across Tasmania. Footage taken from... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Honey farmers' home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale – minus the unpaid... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale – minus the unpaid... Read more
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The Age
Home 'owned by God' to be auctioned after owners fail to pay ratesagenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owne
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
agenda said previous legal action to recover rates on the three properties owned by the Beerepoot family resulted in Tasmania Police executing a warrant to seize and sell an old motor vehicle. The proceeds of the sale – minus the unpaid... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Spike in high-risk behaviour at railway crossings prompts TasRail crackdowneight trespass incidents across the state, and 20 vandalism and theft incidents
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
eight trespass incidents across the state, and 20 vandalism and theft incidents. Mr White said they were working with Tasmania Police to crack down on offenders. "We've got some improved surveillance technology, and all of our locomotives... Read more
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News.com.au
Anger at reckless railway behaviourwith a train in Deloraine CCTV footage of youths standing on the tracks in fro
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
with a train in Deloraine CCTV footage of youths standing on the tracks in front of an approaching train. TASRAIL and Tasmania Police will today launch a crackdown on “record levels” of vandalism at railways. It comes as level crossing... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Catch 'the scum': Outcry over war museum theftsat this particular time has been via a door that's been manipulated, which mean
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
at this particular time has been via a door that's been manipulated, which meant it didn't close properly," he said. Tasmania police posted pictures of the two display cases from which the items were stolen on their Facebook page on... Read more
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News.com.au
Chigwell fire destroys hometoday. The units were evacuated and there were no serious injuries, however, a
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
today. The units were evacuated and there were no serious injuries, however, an adult was treated for smoke inhalation. Tasmania Police said the fire appeared to be accidental. It took about an hour for firefighters to knock out the blaze with... Read more
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News.com.au
Crime rate up 10 per centPolice Minister Rene Hidding. CRIME increased across Tasmania in the past year
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
Police Minister Rene Hidding. CRIME increased across Tasmania in the past year by almost 10 per cent. The Tasmania Police annual report for the last financial year, released today, shows serious crime was up 10.6 per cent and all crime by 9.4 per... Read more
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News.com.au
Red light runners in police sightsThe fine for failing to comply with a red or yellow traffic control signal is $
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
The fine for failing to comply with a red or yellow traffic control signal is $159 and three demerit points. TASMANIA Police have pinged 14 motorists running red and orange lights in a single hour. The operation in Hobart’s CBD yesterday has earned... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Red light runners in police sightsTASMANIA Police have pinged 14 motorists running red and orange lights in a sin
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 5 days ago
TASMANIA Police have pinged 14 motorists running red and orange lights in a single hour. The operation in Hobart’s CBD yesterday has earned the wrath of traffic cops. “Offences of this nature are significant contributors to crashes involving... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Woman charged with perverting course of justice in Sue Neill-Fraser caseSusan Neill-Fraser case: Woman charged with perverting the course of justice T
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
Susan Neill-Fraser case: Woman charged with perverting the course of justice Tasmania Police have charged another woman in connection with the murder of Bob Chappell in Hobart eight years ago. Susan Neill-Fraser, 62, is currently serving a 23-year... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Woman charged with perverting course of justice in Sue Neill-Fraser caseSue Neill-Fraser: Woman charged with perverting the course of justice Tasmania
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
Sue Neill-Fraser: Woman charged with perverting the course of justice Tasmania Police have arrested another woman in connection to the murder of Bob Chappell in Hobart eight years ago. Sue Neill-Fraser is currently serving a 23-year jail term for... Read more
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News.com.au
Short court show for fire attack accusedbe treated for full thickness burns to 65 per cent of her body after allegedly
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
be treated for full thickness burns to 65 per cent of her body after allegedly being set alight on April 24. Last month, Tasmania Police said Ms Evans’s condition had improved to the point where she could communicate and was assisting police with... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Zero tolerance’ to attacks on policeTasmania Police officers attend a briefing ahead of a public event in Hobart.
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
Tasmania Police officers attend a briefing ahead of a public event in Hobart. THE State Government will seek to extend mandatory jail sentences for assaults on off-duty police officers. At present an attack that causes serious bodily harm on an... Read more
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News.com.au
Labor to blame for BJay’s death, say Libswhich had been involved with the child from three days before his birth until h
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
which had been involved with the child from three days before his birth until his death, had failed to protect him. Tasmania Police has previously said it is unlikely Johnstone would be charged over the death. Tabling the Government’s... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Guns 'just lying around' should be surrendered in amnesty, police sayHidden firearm one of 800 surrendered to Tasmania Police in first month of amne
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
Hidden firearm one of 800 surrendered to Tasmania Police in first month of amnesty A "rattling" sound from a cabinet being shifted gave away the presence of a shotgun that is one of the hundreds of firearms handed in to Tasmania Police in just one... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Over 6400 firearms surrendered in NSWKeenan in response to concerns about gun violence and illegally imported weapon
Sky News Australia / Posted 8 days ago
Keenan in response to concerns about gun violence and illegally imported weapons on the nation's streets. Last month, Tasmania police announced they had collected 154 firearms in the first week, including an SKS military style semi-automatic... Read more
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News.com.au
Man’s body found on rocky beachTHE body of a man has been found on a rocky shore at Abels Bay in Southern Tasm
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
THE body of a man has been found on a rocky shore at Abels Bay in Southern Tasmania. Police are investigating after the man, believed to be aged in his forties, was found by a local resident. The man’s identity and the circumstances of his death... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Seal makes its way onto sport fieldsseal briefly took a seat on the bonnet of a nearby car before finding a more co
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
seal briefly took a seat on the bonnet of a nearby car before finding a more comfortable resting place near the driveway. Tasmania Police attended and contacted Parks and Wildlife, who had to collect their ‘seal kit’ from Hobart before arriving to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Seal makes its way onto sport fieldsseal briefly took a seat on the bonnet of a nearby car before finding a more co
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
seal briefly took a seat on the bonnet of a nearby car before finding a more comfortable resting place near the driveway. Tasmania Police attended and contacted Parks and Wildlife, who had to collect their ‘seal kit’ from Hobart before arriving to... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Seal makes its way onto sport fieldsPark Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
Park Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of Meteorology issued a minor flood alert. Tasmania Police were notified of the soccer seal – and were on the scene. It is understood Tasmania Parks and Wildlife... Read more
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The Young Witness
Seal makes its way onto sport fieldsPark Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of
The Young Witness / Posted 10 days ago
Park Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of Meteorology issued a minor flood alert. Tasmania Police were notified of the soccer seal – and were on the scene. It is understood Tasmania Parks and Wildlife... Read more
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Western Advocate
Seal makes its way onto sport fieldsPark Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
Park Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of Meteorology issued a minor flood alert. Tasmania Police were notified of the soccer seal – and were on the scene. It is understood Tasmania Parks and Wildlife... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Seal makes its way onto sport fieldsPark Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 days ago
Park Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of Meteorology issued a minor flood alert. Tasmania Police were notified of the soccer seal – and were on the scene. It is understood Tasmania Parks and Wildlife... Read more
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Manning River Times
Seal makes its way onto sport fieldsPark Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of
Manning River Times / Posted 10 days ago
Park Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of Meteorology issued a minor flood alert. Tasmania Police were notified of the soccer seal – and were on the scene. It is understood Tasmania Parks and Wildlife... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Seal makes its way onto sport fieldsPark Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 10 days ago
Park Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of Meteorology issued a minor flood alert. Tasmania Police were notified of the soccer seal – and were on the scene. It is understood Tasmania Parks and Wildlife... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Seal makes its way onto sport fieldsPark Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
Park Sports Complex is adjacent to the North Esk River, for which the Bureau of Meteorology issued a minor flood alert. Tasmania Police were notified of the soccer seal – and were on the scene. It is understood Tasmania Parks and Wildlife... Read more
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News.com.au
South Arm shark sightingA shark in waters near Orford in 2015. A SHARK sighting near South Arm this mo
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
A shark in waters near Orford in 2015. A SHARK sighting near South Arm this morning has been reported to Tasmania Police. The sighting, off Hope Beach, was reported about 10.30am, police said. The person who reported the shark told police there... Read more
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Weekly Times
Rise in poppy theft spurs risk warningyear. During the 2016-2017 growing season there were 28 poppy crop interferenc
Weekly Times / Posted 12 days ago
year. During the 2016-2017 growing season there were 28 poppy crop interferences and 12,239 capsules stolen. Since then Tasmania Police have recovered 7265 of the capsules. All the thefts occurred in the North-West growing region and eight... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sexual assault service flooded with calls for helpunder-reported and the higher profile that we get, the more that people are goi
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
under-reported and the higher profile that we get, the more that people are going to seek help, which is good," she said. Tasmania Police also said it was anticipating an increase in reporting from students. "If there is an increase in reporting,... Read more
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News.com.au
Man charged over $520,000 cannabis bustTasmania Police allegedly seized about $520,000 worth of cannabis in Glenorchy.
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
Tasmania Police allegedly seized about $520,000 worth of cannabis in Glenorchy. TASMANIA Police have busted an alleged dope dealer after discovering more than 8kg of cannabis — with a street value of more than $500,000 — at two Glenorchy... Read more
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