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Valiant Tigers just fall short

In the Shield cricket match in Hobart, Tigers Captain Matthew Wade gave his team a red hot shot at a massive run chase with 134 runs from 201 balls, but it...

Students march through the streets for climate action

Thousands of students, joined by their parents, have packed Hobart's Parliament House Lawns and Prince's Square in Launceston in a show of strength on climate change. They’re calling for political leaders...

Judge receives Neill-Fraser evidence

A decision on Susan Neill-Fraser's latest bid to overturn her murder sentence could be made within a week. Using 2015 laws, the convicted murderer is staging a last-ditch bid for a...

Barmah Forest virus spreads

An update from Tasmania's Public Health on the Barmah Forest virus outbreak now puts the number of cases at five, with another two still being investigated. It is the first time...

Dirty toilets as unions down brushes

More industrial action is looming from the pay dispute between the Tasmanian Government and public servants. The Health and Community Services Union yesterday announced escalated action will include intermittent bans on...

Good times for Tasmanian wine

Quality of Tasmania's upcoming wine grape harvest is shaping up as top shelf, but it's also the quantity causing excitement. It seems bushfire smoke taint has been mostly avoided, while one...

"It's pathetic": Pell's sentence angers survivors

  George Pell has been jailed for a maximum of 6 years with a 3 year 8 month non-parole period, after being convicted of sexually abusing two choir boys. County Court Chief...