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Hunter Biden emails claims he was asked to ‘close down any pursuits against the head of the firm’

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New leaked emails claim to show that Joe Biden visited the Ukraine just over a month after a Ukrainian business executive asked his son Hunter to arrange for ‘highly-recognized and influential US policy makers’ to travel to the country. 

Revealed on Tucker Carlson Tonight, the November 2015 email from Vadym Pozharskyi says that the visits were needed to ‘close down any pursuits against the head of the firm’ Burisma, a company in which Hunter sat on the board.  

During Biden’s visit the next month, he successfully pressured Ukrainian officials to fire the prosecutor who was looking into Pozharskyi’s business. 

Carlson also released another exclusive email to Hunter from PR company Blue Star Strategies which spoke about Biden’s trip to the Ukraine as Vice President that year.  

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New details on Hunter Biden’s emails were revealed by Fox’s Tucker Carlson on Thursday night

Carlson claimed that the new details prove that Biden had been influenced by his son

Carlson claimed that the new details prove that Biden had been influenced by his son

Carlson claimed that the new details prove that Biden had been influenced by his son

In the first email dated November 2, 2015, from Pozharskyi to Hunter, the businessman stated that the purpose of the email is to ‘be on the same page as to our final goals … including but not limited to a concrete course of actions’. 

Carlson added that according to the emails they had seen, the exec wanted ‘high-ranking US officials to express their positive opinion of Burisma’. 

The Fox Host also claimed that Pozharskyi wanted the US administration to act on Burisma’s behalf in winning this good PR.     

‘The scope of work should also include organization of a visit of a number of highly-recognized and influential current and/or former US policy makers to Ukraine in November,’ the email allegedly said. 

It added that it was ‘aiming to bring meetings with and bring positive signal/message and support’, as well as to ‘close down any cases/pursuits against the head of Burisma in Ukraine’. 

Carlson claimed that the email couldn’t be clearer in asking Hunter for his father’s help in getting the company out of trouble. 

One month after this, on December 2, 2015, an email released exclusively by Fox gave further details on how Hunter was involved in his father’s trip to the Ukraine. 

The email was sent to Hunter from PR firm Blue Star Strategies but does not go into any further details about the trip.  

‘Hello all, this morning the WWH hosted a conference call regarding the Vice President’s up-coming trip to Ukraine,’ the email reads. 

Tucker Carlson released an alleged November 2015 email between Hunter and Pozharskyi

Tucker Carlson released an alleged November 2015 email between Hunter and Pozharskyi

Tucker Carlson released an alleged November 2015 email between Hunter and Pozharskyi

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The Fox host also released a second exclusive email allegedly about the VP's Ukraine trip

The Fox host also released a second exclusive email allegedly about the VP's Ukraine trip

The Fox host also released a second exclusive email allegedly about the VP’s Ukraine trip

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‘Attached is a memo from the Blue Star Strategies Team with the minutes of the call which outlines the trip’s agenda and addressed several question regarding US foreign policy toward Ukraine.’ 

Biden had visited the Ukraine between December 7 and 8, 2015, on the fifth of his six visits to the country as Vice President. Only two of the trips were taken after Hunter joined the board of Burisma. 

The Fox host claimed that the short time-frame between the email and the trip— during which Biden pressured Ukrainian officials to fire a prosecutor who was investigating Burisma—seemed to show that the VP had been influenced by his son.

‘That’s how things work in the White House?’ Carlson fumed. ‘Tailoring foreign policy to get your son rich?’ 

He also noted that Biden himself may have profited from it, suggesting that an email between Hunter and his kids in which he said unlike their grandfather, he wasn’t going to take half their salary, was in relation to the Burisma deal. 

He noted that the emails had not been wholly verified but claimed that if they were fake, ‘this is the most complex and sophisticated hoax in history, it almost seems beyond human capacity’. 

Hunter, pictured left with Joe Biden, has been accused of taking advantage of his father's time as Vice President to make foreign business deals and make millions

Hunter, pictured left with Joe Biden, has been accused of taking advantage of his father's time as Vice President to make foreign business deals and make millions

Hunter, pictured left with Joe Biden, has been accused of taking advantage of his father’s time as Vice President to make foreign business deals and make millions

Carlson’s latest revelations came after a second drop of emails said to have come from Hunter’s laptop were released on Thursday. 

The first emails were released by the New York Post on Wednesday, sparking backlash for Twitter and Facebook when they tried to place restrictions on the story being shared, claiming it was in breach of their policy on hacked materials. 

The New York Post is historically Conservative and the source for the story was Rudy Giuliani, one of President Trump’s closest aides. 

He gave the Post a trove of emails in which Pozharskyi thanked Hunter for introducing him to his father, then the Vice President. 

Within months of the 2015 meeting that Pozharskyi refers to in the emails, Biden had successfully pressured Ukrainian officials to fire the prosecutor who was looking into Pozharskyi’s business.  

At the time, Hunter was being paid $50,000-a-month by Pozharskyi’s gas firm to act as a consultant, despite the fact he’d had no experience working in the gas industry.

After the Post story emerged on Wednesday, the Biden campaign said he had not met Pozharskyi as part of his official schedule but an informal meeting was not ruled out. 

The second batch of emails Thursday suggested Hunter pursued deals with a major Chinese energy company including one that would be ‘interesting for me and my family’.  

They focused on Hunter’s dealings with Ye Jianming, the former chairman of CEFC in 2017, after his father had left office and when it was thought he would not run in 2020. 

Ye has not been seen since he was taken into custody by Chinese authorities in 2018 amid rumored links to the Chinese military and intelligence services.

It was previously known that he gave Hunter a diamond  

The emails are among a trove being referenced by Giuliani and his team after the owner of a computer repair shop in Delaware recovered data from a MacBook pro laptop that was dropped off and never retrieved.

The computer was seized by the FBI and its contents shared with the Post by Giuliani. 

Giuliani’s lawyer Bob Costello said there are some 40,000 emails on the hard drive including thousands of texts. It also includes images of Hunter ‘in very compromising positions,’ Costello told Fox News.

HOW HUNTER’S EMAILS EXPLODED AS TWO WORLDS COLLIDED

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January 2009: Hunter Biden (right) quits lobbying because his father has become vice president, and sets up investment and advisory firm firm Rosemont Seneca with friends Christopher Heinz – John Kerry’s stepson – and Devon Archer (left), a former Kerry aide

July 2010: Ukrainian oligarch Mykola Zlochevsky, who owns its biggest natural gas company Burisma joins the government of its president Viktor Yanukovych

February 2014: Yanukovych is deposed in a revolution which claims scores of lives and Burisma Zlochevsky is thrown out of government too

April 16: Burisma is secretly accused of money-laundering by Britain’s Serious Fraud Office. On the same day Archer meets Joe Biden at the White House. Six days later Archer joins the board of Burisma 

April 28: Britain’s Serious Fraud Office freeze $23 million of Burisma’s cash, every dollar which exists in the UK’s banking system 

May 12: Hunter joins the board of Burisma to improve ‘corporate governance.’ Hunter’s salary is later revealed to be $50,000-a-month. Burisma board advisor Vadym Pozharskyi who had met Hunter in Lake Como, Italy, days earlier, emails him asking to ‘use his influence’ to stop prosecutions. During the summer, the new prosecutor-general of Ukraine opens an investigation into Burisma

February 2015: Senior diplomat George Kent, on temporary assignment to Kyiv, learns of Hunter’s role. He phones a staffer at Biden’s office to it could ‘create perception of a conflict of interest.’ That month Viktor Shokin takes office as Ukraine’s prosecutor general, despite already being the subject of questions about his own links to corruption

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April 17: Email from Hunter’s laptop shows Pozharskyi writing Hunter: ‘thank you for inviting me to DC and giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent some together.’ 

Summer: The Burisma investigation appears to become dormant 

January 2016: Biden travels to Ukraine amid mounting international disgust at Shokin failing to tackle corruption. One of the concerns raised by the European Union and IMF is that he has failed to investigate Burisma. Biden tells Poroshenko he needs to go. He later boasts: ‘I looked at them and said: I’m leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money. Well, son of a bitch. He got fired.’ Shokin in fact is finally removed from office in March after internal turmoil in Kyiv

2018: Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani starts ‘investigating’ the Bidens’ links to Ukraine, enlisting the help of Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, who are now indicted on fraud charges. Ukraine’s latest prosecutor general announces he will investigate Burisma early the next year 

April 12, 2019: Hunter takes three damaged Macs to John Paul MacIsaac’s Apple repair shop in WIlmington, Delaware. MacIsaac puts data from one on a new hard drive

April 25: Joe Biden announces presidential run

Summer: MacIsaac claims he becomes worried that Hunter has not picked up his laptops he has seen some of what is on them, and thinks he might be killed by a Biden associate for having it in his shop

Fall: MacIsaac either contacts the FBI or is contacted by them; he has said both

December 9 or 19: The FBI pick up the laptop, but MacIsaac has made a copy for himself. They give him a grand jury subpoena to hand it over, even though he was going to anyway

Early January 2020: The FBI tell MacIsaac not to talk to anyone and to stall if a Biden representative comes to get the laptop back 

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February: Trump is acquitted at end of his impeachment trial

September: Steve Bannon, Trump’s ex-aide and now indicted on fraud charges, tells New York Post about existence of laptop

October 11: Giuliani gives Post the hard drive

October 14: Post publishes emails and partially-clothed pictures of Hunter from the laptop – one of them with an apparent crack pipe – and says it has an 11-minute sex-and-drugs video. Giuliani promises there is ‘more to come,’ Republican senators promise to investigate but Democrats say the former New York mayor has ‘paraded with Russian agents’

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Dominic West’s wife Catherine Fitzgerald flies alone to Ireland ‘for work trip’

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Dominic West’s wife Catherine Fitzgerald has flown alone to Ireland ‘for on a work trip’ after her husband’s Rome getaway with Lily James, MailOnline can reveal. 

The Irish landscape gardener has gone to stay with her mother Olga Fitzgerald at the family’s ancestral seat of Glin Castle, Co. Limerick, that they run as a £6,000-a-night events venue. 

The 49-year-old mother-of-four flew into Shannon airport in county Limerick in recent days and travelled to her family castle 50 miles away, MailOnline understands.

Although she hasn’t been seen in the nearby village, a local source confirmed she was ‘holed up’ at the castle, attempting to escape the attention on her private life.

Catherine will have to self-isolate at home for 14 days after arriving from the UK, due to Ireland’s quarantine regulations. It is not thought that her husband will be joining her.

Dominic West, 51, confirmed today that his wife Catherine Fitzgerald, 49, (pictured together) has flown to Ireland on her own what what he said is 'a business trip'

Dominic West, 51, confirmed today that his wife Catherine Fitzgerald, 49, (pictured together) has flown to Ireland on her own what what he said is 'a business trip'

Despite his initial cocky smile in response to those pictures with Lily, West, cut a forlorn figure on Saturday as he watched his son play football in Exeter (above)

Despite his initial cocky smile in response to those pictures with Lily, West, cut a forlorn figure on Saturday as he watched his son play football in Exeter (above)

Dominic West confirmed today that his wife Catherine Fitzgerald (together left) has flown alone to Ireland, adding: ‘She’s on a work trip.’ The Wire actor West, 51, cut a forlorn figure on Saturday while watching his son, 11, play football in Exeter (right) 

Catherine and West put on an awkward public show of unity for the media outside their Cotswolds home in which they left a sign stating that their marriage was 'strong' after West was pictured on a Rome weekend away with Lily James

Catherine and West put on an awkward public show of unity for the media outside their Cotswolds home in which they left a sign stating that their marriage was 'strong' after West was pictured on a Rome weekend away with Lily James

Catherine and West put on an awkward public show of unity for the media outside their Cotswolds home in which they left a sign stating that their marriage was ‘strong’ after West was pictured on a Rome weekend away with Lily James

Catherine, an Irish landscape gardener, was said to have been 'devastated' when she saw the pictures of West, her husband of ten years and father to her four young children alfresco dining with actress James in the Italian capital last weekend (above)

Catherine, an Irish landscape gardener, was said to have been 'devastated' when she saw the pictures of West, her husband of ten years and father to her four young children alfresco dining with actress James in the Italian capital last weekend (above)

Catherine, an Irish landscape gardener, was said to have been ‘devastated’ when she saw the pictures of West, her husband of ten years and father to her four young children alfresco dining with actress James in the Italian capital last weekend (above) 

A source told MailOnline: ‘She’s here. She’s just trying to get some rest, totally understandably after what she’s been through. 

‘We had photographers here last week but there’s strictly no admittance to the castle grounds and she’s not coming out anyway. The Gardai [police] moved them on.

‘This is her home, her favourite place in the world and she feels safe here. It’s natural that she’d come home to her mother. It must be hell what she’s going through.’

They added: ‘She is absolutely devastated at those pictures and their story will inevitably have a sad ending’.

Catherine is staying with her mum Olda, pictured with her late husband Desmond Fitzgerald, the 29th Knight of Glin

Catherine is staying with her mum Olda, pictured with her late husband Desmond Fitzgerald, the 29th Knight of Glin

Catherine is staying with her mum Olda, pictured with her late husband Desmond Fitzgerald, the 29th Knight of Glin

The Wire actor West today confirmed that his wife had gone to Ireland alone.

He said: ‘She’s on a work trip. She’s gone by herself.’

When asked if they are still together, West laughed and said: ‘Of course we are, very much together. Our relationship is fine.’ 

When asked about his trip to Rome, West replied: ‘It’s nobody’s business.’ 

His wife is staying with her mother Olda Fitzgerald, who lives at the castle which is available for exclusive hire starting at £6,000 per night. 

Dominic, 51, cut a forlorn figure on Saturday as he was seen watching his son Francis, 11, play football in Exeter.

A mutual friend of the couple says Catherine has thanked friends for their support over the past week, but hasn’t revealed where she is staying to them. 

‘I should imagine she just wants to go to ground for a bit,’ he said.

‘Dom may be at ease with the showbiz life but Catherine is underneath it all is quite reserved.’ 

After those pictures of West and Lily, 31, putting on a very cosy display in Rome when they he was pictured whispering into her ear during an alfresco lunch, the actor and Catherine put on a awkward display of unity for the media outside their Cotswolds home. 

The Anglo-Irish aristocrat looked slightly uncomfortable as she clutched a tissue and a piece of paper that boasted: ‘Our marriage is strong and we’re very much still together. Thank you.’

She then gave her husband a long lingering kiss and he smirked at the camera. 

Catherine was said to be shocked as the pictures of her actor husband and the Mamma Mia! star, 31, as they cuddled up and took a scooter ride in Rome (above)

Catherine was said to be shocked as the pictures of her actor husband and the Mamma Mia! star, 31, as they cuddled up and took a scooter ride in Rome (above)

West tenderly put his hand on Lily's back as the pair - wearing facemasks and sunglasses toured the Italian capital, taking in some of the sights and enjoyed lunch

West tenderly put his hand on Lily's back as the pair - wearing facemasks and sunglasses toured the Italian capital, taking in some of the sights and enjoyed lunch

Catherine was said to be shocked as the pictures of her actor husband and the Mamma Mia! star, 31, who didn’t seem to mind who saw them as they cuddled up to one another and shared a ride on an electric scooter while taking in the sights

Lily was seen leaning on West's shoulder as they flew home from their getaway to Rome together on Monday

Lily was seen leaning on West's shoulder as they flew home from their getaway to Rome together on Monday

Lily was seen leaning on West’s shoulder as they flew home from their getaway to Rome together on Monday

During lunch Lily sat next to West who couldn't resist kissing her neck and stroking her with his wedding ring free left hand. Lily has pulled out of the Graham Norton Show to promote her Netflix film 'Rebecca' as the furore over the pictures goes on

During lunch Lily sat next to West who couldn't resist kissing her neck and stroking her with his wedding ring free left hand. Lily has pulled out of the Graham Norton Show to promote her Netflix film 'Rebecca' as the furore over the pictures goes on

During lunch Lily sat next to West who couldn’t resist kissing her neck and stroking her with his wedding ring free left hand. Lily has pulled out of the Graham Norton Show to promote her Netflix film ‘Rebecca’ as the furore over the pictures goes on  

However sources close to the couple say Catherine ‘won’t take any crap’ over the pictures.

They added that the pair, who got married in 2010 at Glin Castle, would have some difficult decisions in the future as they discussed their ten year marriage. 

The couple has huge support in the village of Glin, where they often spend time with their four children during the school holidays. 

Speaking to the Irish Independent this week, an unnamed local said: ‘Dom is an absolute gent and Catherine is a lovely lady and they are very well thought of in these parts.’

‘They are extremely good community people for Glin. They have never refused to help. If their name alone can add to something to whatever is going on, they always do.’

‘Last year, we did a play for the 200th anniversary of the Cailin Bán, a local girl who was murdered by a man Scanlan who used to work for the Knight of Glin,’ he explained.

‘Over two nights, we got 400 people into a marquee and Dominic West starred. It was the only two nights he had free, and he gave up his time. He’s a very good guy. I don’t know what he is doing in his private life, that’s his business.’

‘What struck me about the photos was they seemed a bit set up. Would the paparazzi be following the likes of Dominic West? It seemed peculiar to me.’

‘I hope they are OK is all I would say. Their children are fabulous. We would really hate to see him leaving – he is an asset to us.’

‘Ah, sure look he is a grand fella. He walks into the pub and has his pint of Guinness, sits down with the lads and has a chat until kicking out time.’

Catherine first met and fell in love with West at Trinity College, Dublin, where they were both students in the 1980s.

Catherine is staying at her ancestral home Glin Castle, Co. Limerick, on the west coast of Ireland with a breathtaking 400-acre estate on the banks of the River Shannon - where she married West in front of family and friends back in 2010

Catherine is staying at her ancestral home Glin Castle, Co. Limerick, on the west coast of Ireland with a breathtaking 400-acre estate on the banks of the River Shannon - where she married West in front of family and friends back in 2010

Catherine is staying at her ancestral home Glin Castle, Co. Limerick, on the west coast of Ireland with a breathtaking 400-acre estate on the banks of the River Shannon – where she married West in front of family and friends back in 2010

After Catherine's father died in 2011, leaving the estate to her and her sisters and their mother, they initially decided to put it up for auction before turning it into an 18-room events venue which is rented for £6,000 a night and where Taylor Swift stayed

After Catherine's father died in 2011, leaving the estate to her and her sisters and their mother, they initially decided to put it up for auction before turning it into an 18-room events venue which is rented for £6,000 a night and where Taylor Swift stayed

After Catherine’s father died in 2011, leaving the estate to her and her sisters and their mother, they initially decided to put it up for auction before turning it into an 18-room events venue which is rented for £6,000 a night and where Taylor Swift stayed

The slim, stunning blonde who lived in an ancestral castle in Limerick was quite a catch, even for Old Etonian West, born in Sheffield to Irish parents. 

He described her as ‘beautiful, intelligent and spectacularly disdainful.’

As she had won a coveted scholarship, it entitled her to a room in Rubrics, the university’s oldest, grandest building, ‘which of course made her even more attractive,’ he told the Irish Independent in 2016.

Catherine first met and fell in love with West at Trinity College, Dublin, where they were both students in the 1980s

Catherine first met and fell in love with West at Trinity College, Dublin, where they were both students in the 1980s

Catherine first met and fell in love with West at Trinity College, Dublin, where they were both students in the 1980s

But Catherine and West drifted apart after university, and she went on to marry Lambton, 7th Earl of Durham.

After her divorce in 2002, Catherine and West rekindled their earlier romance and had three children before marrying in 2010.

The eldest of three daughters of Desmond Fitzgerald, the 29th and last so-called ‘Black Knight of the Glin’, Catherine was brought up at magnificent Glin Castle.

Her father, whose title dated back to feudal times was not formally addressed as ‘Sir’. Instead, he insisted on being addressed as ‘Knight’, though a few trusted friends were allowed to call him by his nickname ‘Knighty’.  

After Catherine’s father died in 2011, leaving the house and grounds to her and her sisters Nesta and Honor and their mother, Olda, they initially decided to put it up for auction.

But more recently, Dominic and Catherine decided to take on the daunting task of renovating and opening up the castle with its 18 opulent bedrooms as a venue with accommodation, to try and meet the £150,000-a-year running costs. 

Glin itself has a colourful history. 

One of Catherine’s ancestors, nicknamed the ‘Knight of the Women’, installed his mistresses in each of the Gothic lodges at the Castle.

Another known as ‘Cracked Jack’, would even ride his horse up the sweeping staircase to bed.

West has made no secret of the challenge that running the castle as a family hotel posed for him and his wife.

The couple has huge support in the village of Glin, where they often spend time with their four children during the school holidays.'Dom is an absolute gent and Catherine is a lovely lady and they are very well thought of in these parts,' said a local

The couple has huge support in the village of Glin, where they often spend time with their four children during the school holidays.'Dom is an absolute gent and Catherine is a lovely lady and they are very well thought of in these parts,' said a local

The couple has huge support in the village of Glin, where they often spend time with their four children during the school holidays.’Dom is an absolute gent and Catherine is a lovely lady and they are very well thought of in these parts,’ said a local

Catherine and West spend holidays at Glin Castle (pictured) where they run the historic castle that's been in her family as an events venue to cover the £150,000-a-year running costs

Catherine and West spend holidays at Glin Castle (pictured) where they run the historic castle that's been in her family as an events venue to cover the £150,000-a-year running costs

Catherine and West spend holidays at Glin Castle (pictured) where they run the historic castle that’s been in her family as an events venue to cover the £150,000-a-year running costs 

In a recent interview, he joked: ‘We’re constantly in tears of ‘uuurgh, how can we do this!’… . My wife has had three breakdowns, I’ve had two.’

At Christmas 2018, pop superstar Taylor Swift hired the castle for £50,000 to spent a secret break with her British actor boyfriend Joe Alwyn – even sneaking out for a Guinness at the local pub.

Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull notoriously attended a wild party there in the Sixties — with Marianne reportedly leaving with a friend of Catherine’s father, Lord Rathmore.

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Tragic twist in search for missing driver in Queensland

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A man’s body has been found in an area where a driver involved in a serious traffic crash on Queensland’s Bruce Highway disappeared.

Missing man Jayden Alexander wasn’t at that the crash scene when police arrived at the two-vehicle accident site near Traveston about 10pm on Thursday.

The 28-year-old also failed to return home to Gympie, causing police to become concerned for his welfare, police said on Tuesday.

They started searching with State Emergency Service volunteers at Cobbs Gully, near the Bruce Highway at Kybong and Traveston.

A body was found on Tuesday.

It is yet to be formally identified and a report will be prepared for the coroner.

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Victorian quarantine dodger is fined $5,000 in the Northern Territory

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A Victorian man has been slapped with a $5,000 fine for flouting the Northern Territory’s quarantine rules.

The 30-year-old was permitted to enter the NT to perform essential work on the proviso he isolated for 14-days after arrival.

But the man was not at his Darwin quarantine accommodation when compliance officers dropped by on Monday.

A Victorian man has been slapped with a $5,000 fine for flouting the Northern Territory's quarantine rules (file picture)

A Victorian man has been slapped with a $5,000 fine for flouting the Northern Territory's quarantine rules (file picture)

A Victorian man has been slapped with a $5,000 fine for flouting the Northern Territory’s quarantine rules (file picture)

‘He was contacted by police and was told to immediately return,’ a spokesman said Tuesday.

The man was later tested for COVID-19 and returned a negative result.

Officers issued him with a $5,056 fine for breaching his quarantine requirements.

Meanwhile, an 18-year-old man has been fined for failing to wear a mask in the Howard Springs quarantine facility after being repeatedly warned for not doing so.

The infringement penalty for failing to abide by the NT Chief Health Officer’s directions is $25,280 for a business and $5,056 for an individual.

NT Police and Environmental Health Officers have conducted 32,955 compliance checks and 152 fines have been issued for breaching COVID-19 health directions.

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