Author: Josh Agnew

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MORNING BRIEFING: Police lay drug trafficking charges against six people after Wednesday’s dawn raids, while Huon Valley Council is moving to electric cars. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Six charged with drug trafficking, local council moves to electric cars Source: ABC News

I am Aboriginal Tasmanian and before our constitution was amended I did not exist. But in 2014, a small group of our people came up with a radical new approach, writes Emma Lee. Read more: We 'love-bombed' the Government. The results were astounding Source: ABC News

Actor Aisling Franciosi says she is “fiercely proud” of The Nightingale and its director, in the wake of the film’s controversial Australian premiere in Sydney this week. Read more: 'Double standards': The Nightingale star defends controversial film's rape scenes Source: ABC News

MORNING BRIEFING: Tasmanian Government incurs $440,000 in Federal Court costs over push to reopen 4WD tracks in the Tarkine, Bruny Island passes cat control by-law and more controversy over the cable car debate. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: 0,000 spent on controversial plan to reopen Tarkine 4WD tracks Source: ABC News

MORNING BRIEFING: The operator of the Spirit of Tasmania ferries says talks are ongoing with the company building its next fleet despite financial troubles, as a 60-year-old gets set to begin a marathon effort for charity. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Uncharted waters for Spirit shipbuilder, marathon effort to start Source: ABC News

ABC report from 2012 about the symbolic unearthing of the 1959 ‘buried hatchet’. Read more: ABC report from 2012 about the symbolic unearthing of the 1959 'buried hatchet' Source: ABC News

A Melbourne doctor is banned from practising after sparking outrage with online chat room posts, including one that said “some women deserve to be raped” and another that said his marriage “would end in murder” if it fell apart. Read more: Doctor who said women deserved to be raped is suspended indefinitely Source: ABC News

MORNING BRIEFING: A report that finds flaws with state domestic violence programs is released under pressure, and a call for a boost to fines for owners of penguin-killing dogs. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Flaws in family violence programs, penguin-killing dogs targeted Source: ABC News

What’s on offer in Dark Mofo 2019? Organiser Leigh Carmichael and some artists share their thoughts. Read more: The festival of the weird Source: ABC News

MORNING BRIEFING: TasTAFE courses will be offered to inmates at Risdon Prison from next month and Aboriginal community split over changes to dual-naming policy. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Back to school for Risdon prisoners, duel over dual naming Source: ABC News


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