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| Tasmania Police have requested information that may lead missing Queenstown woman, Susan Ann Deuchar. The 72-year-old has not been seen or spoken to since around midday on Monday 10th December. Mrs Deuchar is described...
| A low pressure system teaming up with Cyclone Owen in the Gulf of Carpentaria will drench Tasmania's north this weekend. The Bureau of Meteorology has warned of heavy rainfall across parts of northern and north-eastern Tasmania...
| A father and son headed out in the early morning light today to retrieve cray pots off Akaroa, near St Helens. But disaster struck arolund 6am, when their 5.18 metre aliminium vessel became swamped by an unruly wave. A...
| The Royal Agricultural Society of Tasmania is on cloud 9 after landing a huge sale of its prime Glenorchy Bunnings site. The $14 million result was nearly twice initial expectations for the land on Howard Road, adjoining...
| Next year's students are being encouraged to apply now for Youth Allowance and Austudy to beat the rush. In 2017 around 240,000 Australians applied for Austudy or Youth Allowance, with one third of these claims received...
| The RACT is urging Tasmanians not to leave children or pets in their vehicles this summer after a rise in callouts in recent years. Between December 1, 2017 and December 1 this year, RACT received callouts to 110 children...
| While Hobart’s city skyline continues to be dominated by cranes, one development will sit on the outskirts of the city limits - but it’s arguably one of the most spellbinding. Founder of MONA, David Walsh unveiled...
| Images: AP Tasmanian swimmer Ariarne Titmus has bagged her second world championship medal in China overnight. She's come first in the 200 metre freestyle at the World Short Course Championships, beating American Mallory...
| An 18-year-old has been charged with aggravated robbery of a taxi driver in the early hours of Monday morning. The youth allegedly punched the taxi driver in the face in Grove Road Glenorchy, leaving him with facial injuries. A...
| Buildings in Hobart could soon be capped at 45-metres, after council's planning committee narrowly voted in favour last night. Consultant Leigh Woolley had recommended a 60-metre height limit, but Lord Mayor Anna Reynolds...
| A surge in accommodation demand has the University of Tasmania running out of room for current students in Hobart. They've been sent a letter warning them to look for somewhere to live next semester, despite the uni opening...
| Authorities expect an investigation into the Airlines of Tasmania tragedy on the weekend won't be finished until late next year. Police yesterday revealed the pilot killed in the crash on the Arthur Ranges was Tranmere woman...

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