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| Police still haven't solved the mystery of the shooting of an endangered Tasmanian Wedge-tailed Eagle in the state's north. The Environment Minister has moved to increase the penalty for anyone harming endangered species...
| Tasmania has featured heavily in the Australian Traveler's top 100 places to spend more time in. The state has taken out 9 spots across 10 categories. Bruny Island was named the country's best idyllic island, the only Tasmanian...
| Image: Supplied by Tamar 1st Sea Scouts Australians have paused at Dawn Services across the country this Anzac Day, to give thanks to those who've served our nation in battle. It has been 103 years since Anzac troops landed...
| The Tasmanian wine industry contributes more than $115 million to the states economy. The report commissioned by Wine Tasmania placing the industry in the top ten sectors in state, between meat and dairy. Wine Tasmania...
| The Anglican church will start selling off it's properties in Tasmania to raise an estimated eight million dollars to compensate victims of childhood sexual abuse. The church has already paid out 55 survivors under it's...
| Urgent action needs to be taken to prevent a housing crisis, similar to Hobart's, from developing in the north and north west. Affordable housing advocates say there are warning signs for Launceston, Devonport and Burnie. TasCoss...
| Although Tasmania's unemployment rate hasn't moved from 6% for March, there were around 600 more full time positions in the state. The expansion of employment being cancelled out by population growth partly explains the...
| There has been a strong turnout to fondly farewell Bertrand Cadart, affectionately nicknamed 'Le Frog,' at Swansea on Tasmania's East Coast. Ill health has forced the former Glamorgan Spring Bay Mayor to move interstate...
| State government changes that opened up home sharing and short term accommodation's been described as having gone too far by Tasmania's Tourism Industry Council. It has pointed to Hobart's Deputy Lord Mayor urging locals...
| A happy ending for the search of a Smithton man, who has been found alive and well after becoming lost near Corinna in Tasmania's West. The 59 year old did not return as expected after walking into the bush at 3pm yesterday. He...

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