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Housing crisis funding

Tasmania's skyrocketing demand for more affordable housing options has prompted an injection of money from the state government. Over $40 million has been brought forward to Thursday's budget, bringing the total figure...

Bushwalker died in snow due to "poor decisions"

A Tasmanian coroner says a bushwalker who died on the Overland Track brought about his own demise. Trevor John Tolputt was wearing inadequate clothing and refused another walker's offer to accompany...

Council row on "climate emergency"

A social media slanging match has erupted between Hobart City Council aldermen after three walked out of last night's meeting. Green Councillor Bill Harvey's motion to declare a climate emergency prompted...

Business group welcomes LNP win

The state's peak lobby group for small business is breathing a sigh of relief after the Coalition's shock election win. It coincides with calls from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry...

Tasmania to build the world's largest aluminium ship

Excitng times ahead for shipbuilding in the state, with Tasmanian company Incat to build the world’s largest aluminium ship.  Incat has secured the contract for the 130-metre-long ship for customer, Buquebus...

Hanson blames "left" for vehicle fire

Police are investigating the torching of a One Nation campaign vehicle on Hobart's eastern shore last night.  They've confirmed the inferno at the Shoreline Shopping Centre at Howrah was suspicious. Pauline Hanson...