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| Petroleum giants and petrol retails would be forced to openly publicise wholesale prices of fuel, under a plan released by Tasmania's Labor party. Under the scheme, the wholesale price of fuel would be published in the...
| A Regional Forestry Hub for Tasmania's north has been announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison at Somerset today. It's one of nine initial Regional Forestry Hub sites around the nation that the government hopes will provide...
| It is full steam ahead for hemp production in Tasmania, as more growers enter the industry now that law changes are in place regarding its use. This year there will be 1600 hectares of hemp grown in the state, with a target...
| Two armed-robbers are on the run from police, following a mugging in Launceston in the early hours of this morning Tasmania Police say a 29-year-old man was threatened by the two men on Charles Street, one of which was in...
| Police are looking into what led to a fatal single-vehicle smash at Wesley Vale in the state's northwest early on Friday morning. A 31-year-old East Devonport man died after his Devonport-bound white Toyota Camry sedan lost...
| Backers of the Mount Wellington cable car are likely to welcome a big boost for the project from the Tasmanian Government. Council controversially voted against giving the Mount Wellington Cableway Company access to McRobies...
| Despite Tasmania introducing laws in 2017 banning offensive slogans on vehicles such as Wicked Campers, they are still coming from interstate. The above photo is of a Western Australia registered camper bearing a sexually...
| Tasmania's infrastructure is set to get a national upgrade, with multiple projects appearing on the most recent Infrastructure Priority List. Projects in the pipeline include a new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics...
| A serial hoon who led police on a dangerous pursuit through residential areas will be eligible for parole in just over a year. Hobart's Supreme Court heard Shannon Douglas Gee had been out of prison for previous driving...
| At the launch of the newly formed Football Tasmania Board, it's been made apparent the goal is a team from the state in the AFL competition. In his first appearance as the Board's Chair, Jim Wilkinson, outlined how rebuilding...
| A summer snow surprise that's enchanted guests at the Great Lake Hotel in Tasmania's Central Plateau isn't thought likely to return any time soon. It was due to a cold front crossing last night which also saw snow at Mount...

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