Author: Georgie Burgess

Staying healthy over winter can be tricky, but it’s not just your physical health that can be affected during the colder months. Read more: Tackling the winter blues and knowing when it's something more serious Source: ABC News

Conditions look right for aurora activity over next few nights, but with so many variables at play, there’s no guarantee you’ll get to see the elusive southern lights. Read more: Conditions seem perfect, so why is it so hard to see the aurora australis? Source: ABC News

More and more people are bypassing real estate agents and using social media to sell their properties — but what are the risks of going it alone? Read more: These people are happy to ditch agents and sell their own houses Source: ABC News

Mutton birds can fly more than a million kilometres over their lifetime, but at the moment they’re having trouble flying north for the winter. Read more: Birds that fly across the world each year are getting stuck in Hobart Source: ABC News

Racing in Targa Tasmania was a dream come true for 22-year-old Casey Price, but her debut into the rally has had its challenges. Read more: Meet the opera-singing rally driver making her mark Source: ABC News

Wildlife experts in Tasmania will attempt to trap two critically endangered birds that have been spotted in a backyard well off their migratory course in the state’s far south. Read more: Captive-bred parrot leads wild girlfriend astray, leaving experts concerned Source: ABC News

James Austin was a convict success story. Transported from England for stealing beehives, he would go on to create a small empire north of Hobart where his legacy endures today. Read more: The convict who built a small empire on the banks of the River Derwent Source: ABC News

Thousands of people will soon flock to see Tasmania’s deciduous beech turn orange, but scientists have given the tree a grim long-term prognosis. Read more: 'Spectacular' turning of the fagus obscures bleak outlook for ancient tree Source: ABC News

Inside Kitty Kruup’s surgery there are body parts everywhere. But far from a horror scene, her home is a sanctuary where precious toys are mended and given a second life. Read more: Putting life's pieces together again, one doll at a time Source: ABC News

He’s a familiar voice of the weekend and has broadcast all over Australia and Europe, but after 38 years Chris Wisbey is putting down the mic. Read more: Veteran broadcaster Chris Wisbey to end career with special show Source: ABC News

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