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| With a mixture of PCR and RAT results, Tasmania has recorded another 1,583 new covid infections in the 24 hours to 8pm on January 11. One of those is State Health Commander Kathrine Morgan-Wicks, who confirmed late yesterday...
| A man is in the Royal Hobart Hospital with serious injuries after crashing his mountain bike on the West Coast. He came off his bike and hit rocks on a hairpin corner of the Waterfall Track at Mount Owen. The Westpac Rescue...
| Schedule changes have been announced for the upcoming Round 7 of the Hungry Jack's NBL season. Tasmania JackJumpers game against the New Zealand Breakers on January 14 has been postponed. JackJumpers CEO Simon Brookhouse...
| With another 1,379 new covid infections recorded in the 24 hours prior to 8pm on Monday January 10, Tasmania now has 8,356 active covid cases. 364 new cases were recorded by PCR tests (out of 2,384 lab PCR tests) - 1,015...
| A man and a woman from the North-West Coast have been charged by police for allegedly trying to import around $750,000 worth of methyl-amphetamine, or ice, into Tasmania.Police arrested the pair at the Launceston Airport...
| Risdon Prison's powderkeg atmosphere is deteriorating further as the prison service imposes rolling lockdowns and visitor bans in response to spiralling covid cases. Two inmates and 16 corrections officers are confirmed...
| (AAP Image/Rob Blakers) The State Government has confirmed Primary Industries and Water Minister Guy Barnett has tested positive to COVID-19. The Lyons MP tested positive for the virus on Saturday and is experiencing mild...
| There are now 17 people in Tasmanian hospitals being treated who are covid positive. The latest government health data has revealed 11 people statewide are being treated for their covid diagnosis - six people are being treated...
| Police are questioning a driver after a man was rammed by a car on a footpath at East Devonport on Sunday evening. The utility struck a man on the intersection of Tarleton Street and Torquay Road. Paramedics attended and...
| 1,406 new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in Tasmania in the past 24 hours. 598 cases were discovered with PCR testing, the other 808 found through self-reported Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) results. The figure brings...
| Tasmania has recorded another 2,223 cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours. The numbers have been boosted by self-reported Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs), making up 1,172 cases. The remaining 1,051 cases are from PCR test results. There...
| Tasmania has recorded its highest day of the pandemic yet - 1,489 new covid cases confirmed in the 24 hours prior to 8pm on January 6. This is up from 751 cases the day prior. 5,208 tests were performed in laboratories. 330...

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