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Deadly road collision

Just after 8:35 this morning a crash occurred on Algona road between a white passenger bus which was travelling north on Algona road, and a...

TEMCO jobs saved

There is a huge relief for hundreds of workers in the George Town area after the announcement Bell Bay's manganese smelter will receive a new...

Three hoons caught speeding

Between 3:30 and 4:00 yesterday afternoon, three men were caught travelling at excessive speeds in separate incidents. All three were detected exceeding the 100km/hr speed limit...

Tasmania's new medical cannabis facility

Tasmanian Alkaloids has opened a medical cannabis facility with support from the Tasmanian government. The 10 million dollar loan through the Department of State Growth accelerated...

Road fatality spike

The Tasmanian government has once again urged Tasmanians to take care on our roads ahead of wet weather on the way. The North West in particular...

New coronavirus case in Tas

A new coronavirus case has been detected in Tasmania. Premier Peter Gutwein announced this afternoon the man in his 60's, who was transferred from Melbourne to...

Oyster brands to be imprinted on shell

New laser branding technology means instant knowledge of where an oyster was sourced could be just around the corner. A specifically designed high-tech C-O-2 laser has...

Burnie courts on the move

Burnie's court complex is moving out of town. $15 million was committed at the last election to upgrade the Alexander Street courts, but Attorney General Elise...

Drugs, firearms seized

A trafficable quantity of methylamphetamine and firearms have been seized from a Hadspen property. Earlier this month, police conducting routine screening of mail into Tasmania and...

Icy roads danger

Clear skies in parts of Tasmania brought about plummeting overnight temperatures and ice on many roads again this morning. A two car crash yesterday (Monday) morning...

Testing capacity boosted

New equipment and an expansion at the Royal Hobart Hospital Molecular Laboratory is set to boost Tasmania's COVID-19 testing capacity. The lab will be able to...

Online safety among concerns for Tasmanians

Crime Stoppers is urging Tasmanians to remain on the look out for suspicious activity online. New EMRS research commissioned by the Federal Group has found 68%...

Sheean granted VC recognition

Tasmanian World War Two hero Teedy Sheean has been recommended for a Victoria Cross, ending a long campaign for recognition. Findings of a second expert panel...

Bachelor still in paradise

Tasmania's Conor Canning is doing the rounds of media interviews with his lady love match from television show Bachelor In Paradise, it's finale' airing last...

Learner motorcyclists speeding

A motorbike has been seized by police and another has been returned to its registered owner, after two L-platers were caught speeding in separate incidents...

Latest on proposed cable car

The company behind a proposed cable car for kunanyi/Mount Wellington has lodged additional details on the controversial project. Mount Wellington Cableway Company says COVID-19 travel restrictions...

No word on Michael for months

Police are appealing for information about the whereabouts of Michael Joseph Lenssen. The 48-year-old's family, who live in the Netherlands, have not heard from him for...

Spirit contractor tests positive

A Spirit of Tasmania contractor based in Melbourne has tested positive for COVID-19. TT-Line says the result was returned on Wednesday but a review has found...

Coroner findings on Voula Delios death

Coronial findings into the 2016 North Hobart stabbing tragedy have been released. Newly released from prison, on July 23rd of that year Daryl Royston Wayne Cook...