Author: Henry Zwartz

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A man charged with the murder of his flatmate, whose decapitated body was found in a shallow grave, sold off the dead man’s dinghy and belongings in the weeks after his disappearance, Burnie’s Supreme Court has heard. Read more: Accused murderer sold off flatmate's possessions after decapitating him, court hears Source: ABC News

Secure work in mining and manufacturing is front of mind for voters in Tasmania’s battleground seat of Braddon, which is held by Labor’s Justine Keay with a 1.7 per cent margin. Read more: 'FIFO work takes a toll': How mining in North-West Tasmania helps keep a family together Source: ABC News

A grassroots group of Tasmanian farmers is pushing for changes in the state’s energy policy, and are hoping their push for an “Australian first approach” will be adopted by other states and territories around Australia.  Read more: Tasmanian farmers say transmission charge for power produced on their properties is unfair Source: ABC News

A nickel mining project in Tasmania’s west that promised to breathe new life into the Zeehan area and create hundreds of new jobs stalls, with the owners blaming a rates stoush with the local council. Read more: Mining CEO says all Aussies 'should stop paying rates' as his company struggles to pay for dormant site […]

Senior staff at a Catholic school in Tasmania, including the then principal and his boss, were aware of allegations a teacher was sexually abusing multiple children as far back as 1971, and sought to move the teacher to a different parish, a letter obtained by the ABC reveals. Read more: 'Sitting on a volcano': Letter […]

Months after surviving a shark attack, Justine Barwick says she still “struggles to find the words” to describe her ordeal, but reckons she’s “the luckiest girl in the world” as she returns to work. Read more: 'It slammed into me like nothing I've ever known': Shark attack survivor marks recovery milestone Source: ABC News

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