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| Three teenagers will face the Children's Court over a fire at a Greater Hobart supermarket. Firefighters and police responded to a fire in the toilets of Woolworths Moonah around 4.30 pm on Tuesday. While there was no...
| Extra alcohol and drug rehabilitation capacity is to be managed by City Mission in the North and North West and the Salvation Army in the South. The charities have been named the successful bidders in the tender process...
| Sixteen-year-old Tasmanian Danny Yates will have sore legs when he rests tonight, after walking over 200 kilometres in five days. But, the pain will be worth it, after raising over five and a half thousand dollars for the...
| The family of missing West Moonah man Elson Kiddle is putting out a plea for volunteers to aid in the search for the 70-year-old. A big turnout's likely in the foothills of Mt Wellington today after land and air searches...
| Tasmanian students in Year 11 and 12 will today commence their written exams. With more than 42 courses under scrutiny, 7200 students will be biting their nails as they enter exam rooms across the state over the next two...
| The hiring of 42 paramedics to be stationed in rural and regional Tasmania begins for Wynyard where three are to be added shortly. Nearly 15 million dollars has been set aside by the state government for the recruitment,...
| A Tasmanian charity is a casualty of the announcement today by the Federal government to withdraw half of Foodbank Australia's funding. In the past twelve months, Foodbank Tasmania has provided 2.5 million meals to charities...
| Police in Hobart's north hold serious concerns about a West Moonah man who vanished over the weekend. 70-year-old Elson Robert Kiddle was last seen around 11 am on Saturday. It's believed he was driving a white Toyota Hilux...
| Australia today marked 100 years since the guns of the Western Front fell silent. On this day a century ago, the signing of the Armistice took place, bringing an end to World War One. In Tasmania, services have been held...
| A Tasmanian man is being hailed a hero after trying to stop the Melbourne terror attack. 58-year-old Launceston man Rod Patterson was stabbed during the frightening knife attack on Bourke Street in Melbourne’s CBD...
| Tasmanian kids are being given new chances to grow with an inspirational garden to kitchen program. Over 1400 primary-school age children converged on MONA today to celebrate the success of 24 Carrot Gardens, The initiative...

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