Author: Josh Agnew

MORNING BRIEFING: The operation of traffic lights in central Hobart which contributed to the death of a Queensland woman are to be reviewed, and the future of the Kangaroo Bay development under the spotlight. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Traffic lights blamed for pedestrian death under review Source: ABC News

MORNING BRIEFING: Many regional Tasmanian areas are in a population decline, and a former senator says Labor should have ignored its factions to ensure Lisa Singh retained her seat. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: People voting with their feet in regional Tasmania Source: ABC News

Art is helping the Huon Valley rebuild after Tasmania’s devastating January bushfires. Read more: Art helping to mend bushfire devastation (Supplied: Dark Lab/Jesse Hunniford) Source: ABC News

The Giants move up to second, denying the Kangaroos a third-straight win under caretaker coach Rhyce Shaw with a victory in Hobart. Read more: Giants get the win over North in Hobart Source: ABC News

Railton is full of topiary — with hedges cleverly clipped into animals, words and objects — but there are hopes it can reinvent itself and boost its economy like the north-east town of Derby on the back of newly-opened mountain bike tracks. Read more: Railton hopes to top topiary with a mountain bike-led revival in […]

Railton hopes for bike-lead recovery Read more: Railton hopes for bike-lead recovery Source: ABC News

The Tasmanian Government is considering using pre-fabricated units at homelessness shelters and paying for beds in hotels as a short-term way to house the state’s homeless as the winter cold descends. Read more: Homeless to be housed in pre-fab units as urgent short-term fix for Tasmanian winter Source: ABC News

You don’t need to travel to the South Pole to get a perfect photo of the green and pink lights of the aurora australis — there’s incredible vantage points right here in our own backyard. Read more: Here are the best spots to see the southern lights around Australia Source: ABC News

MORNING BRIEFING: The Department of Justice denies triple murderer Matthew De Gruchy’s request to live in Tasmania and a 68-year-old man is in a serious condition after being hit by a large truck in Sandy Bay. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Notorious killer's bid to move to Tasmania blocked Source: ABC News

Darren Ward Gale is found guilty of murdering his former housemate Noel Joseph Ingham, whose headless body was found in a shallow grave in Tasmania in 2016. Read more: 'Callous act': Man who decapitated, buried housemate found guilty of murder Source: ABC News

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