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| The fallout continues after a 15 year old Tasmanian resident returned from Victoria and tested positive for COVID - breaching home quarantine before receiving his result to visit the Newnham IGA with his cousin. It's been...
| A Tasmanian GP says it's too early to say whether a covid-positive teen's trip to a Launceston supermarket on Saturday afternoon has allowed delta to spread into the community. The unmasked boy, who was meant to be quarantining...
| The Tasmanian Government is welcoming a Tasmanian Economic Regulator's report finding the state's power prices have dropped sharply, but admits more needs to be done. We now have among the lowest regulated prices in the...
| Investigations have revealed a COVID positive Launceston teenager left home quarantine without a mask to go to a local supermarket with his cousin. The IGA at Newnham between 2:20pm and 2:45pm on Saturday October 2 has...
| (AAP Image/ Mark Horsburgh) Organisers have pushed back the dates for the upcoming TARGA Tasmania 30th anniversary event. The event was originally earmarked for an early time slot in 2022, but will now be held from Tuesday...
| The vaccination race is heating up in the state - with the first COVID case in two months diagnosed over the weekend. It's been revealed around 12,000 people in the 7248 and 7250 postcode areas are unvaccinated - lagging...
| The Museum of Old and New Art is moving to address criticism of access difficulties for ferry patrons with disabilities. A development application for an extended ferry landing and a tunnel through to the basement entrance...
| A 15-year-old Tasmanian resident has tested positive to COVID-19. The teenager had been approved to fly from Melbourne to Launceston Airport on Friday, October 1 under the current border restrictions. He then travelled...
| Two men have been charged over the importation of almost three kilograms of crystal methamphetamine into Tasmania. The Australian Federal Police say the importation was detected on Monday 27 September 2021. Australian Border...
| Ongoing restrictions on the state's event industry are being called into question, as restrictions begin to ease interstate. Earlier this week, Premier Peter Gutwein said restrictions will remain as they are, because when...
| A second person has been charged after an aggravated burglary at a Karoola home in August. A 29 year old George Town man will appear in the Launceston Magistrates Court this morning, charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated...

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