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| AAP Image/ Darren England Travis Head believes a first-innings total of at least 300 will be enough to put the fifth Ashes Test on Australia's terms, likening a challenging Hobart pitch to conditions in England. Head scored...
| Police are searching for an unknown offender after a stabbing in the North West. Officers were called to Morris Avenue in Devonport at around 12.45pm this afternoon. A man was found with multiple injuries to his upper body...
| Tasmania Fire Service investigators are on the scene of a horror fire at Huonville. Emergency services were called to the blaze on Sale Street just before 2pm, the unit was fully engulfed by fire when police and Tasmania...
| The State Government has revealed more support for Tasmanian Small Business, but some are wondering if it goes far enough. The new COVID-19 Business Impact Support Program will give a helping hand for those who have been...
| Another 1,201 covid cases have been recorded in the last 24 hour reporting period. 349 positives were recorded from 2,088 PCR tests - 853 rapid antigen test results were reported. 1,731 people were released from their isolation...
| AAP Image/James Ross Hobart Hurricanes have one foot in the Big Bash League finals after Matthew Wade returned from personal leave and powered them to a crucial win over the Sydney Thunder. Fresh off a week at home with...
| The Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TCCI) has welcome changes to the close contact rules set out in National Cabinet today, but say more needs to be done. Premier Peter Gutwein has met with other state leaders...
| A supplied CCTV image of a dog possibly linked to the death of 17 little penguins found dead at West Beach in Tasmania on December 31, 2021 (AAP Image/Supplied by NRE Tas) Wildlife authorities in Tasmania are calling for...
| Tasmania recorded another 1,100 covid cases in the last 24 hour reporting period - but the net number of active cases has decreased. 253 new cases were confirmed out of 2,421 PCR tests - and 847 cases were self reported...
| Susan Neill-Fraser and Bob Chappell (AAP Image/Sarah Bowles and Emma Fraser Meeke) Hobart grandmother Susan Neill-Fraser is appealing to Australia's highest court for a second time in a bid to have her murder conviction...
| Free ferries and buses are being put on to help get tens of thousands of fans to the fifth Ashes test in Hobart starting tomorrow afternoon. The first three days of what's being described as Tasmania's biggest-ever sporting...
| The Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is pushing for the Federal Government to relax COVID-related isolation rules or risk crippling the Tasmanian economy. The Federal Government has been meeting industry chiefs...

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