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Author: James Dunlevie

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A 22-year-old Hobart woman pleads not guilty to failing to tell police what she allegedly knew about the shooting murder of young dad Jarrod Leigh Turner and an inquest into fishing trip deaths is set to begin. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Not guilty plea in Jarrod Turner case, fishing deaths inquest to start Source: ABC […]

The public is told to expect an anti-terrorism training drill in Hobart but details are withheld “to protect tactics”, as police issue a warning on homemade firearms after a man dies in an accident. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Anti-terrorism training for Hobart, police warning on homemade guns Source: ABC News

David Walsh says now that Bill Shorten’s promise of $50 million to help MONA’s expansion dead in the water, the project may not happen, as tourism leaders are set to meet in Launceston for an industry conference. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: MONA expansion in doubt after Shorten's routing, tourism meeting to begin Source: ABC […]

The man who discovered yet another mass killing of penguins says he has argued with dog owners about them keeping their animals out of the area, as Tasmanian cheesemakers win top prizes at industry awards. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Another penguin massacre devastates colony, cheesemakers gonged Source: ABC News

The Chinese company that plans to develop at Kangaroo Bay is told to start work, while the bushfire-hit Ta Ann timber mill is still no closer to reopening. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Chinese owners of Kangaroo Bay told 'get on with it' Source: ABC News

Hobart City Council’s infamous parking machines could lose their minimum $3 charge but it’s likely to mean an increase in overall fees, while a councillor is accusing developers of snobbery for suggesting a suburb’s name be changed. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Suburb name change suggestion blasted, and no joy for Hobart parkers Source: ABC […]

A gale warning to make the huge waves of Tasmania’s Shipstern Bluff even more challenging for competitors at today’s first day of Cape Fear, as a man who illegally demolished a house in Hobart has a new planning application up for approval. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Cape Fear here, rogue developer's new application verdict […]

Australian surfing superstar Mick Fanning jokes he is practicing for the massive waves of Tasmania’s notorious Shipstern Bluff by “holding my breath” in a bath, as a man who bashed a 90yo blames ice addiction. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Surf legend prepping for big waves, 'ice habit' blamed for bashing of 90yo Source: ABC […]

The cost of bushfires which burnt across Tasmania for months, devastating wilderness areas, has far outstripped that of the 2016 blazes, as a young crewman on board a fishing boat is rescued after an allergic reaction to seafood. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Cost of January fires outstrips 2016 disaster, fisherman allergic to seafood rescued […]

A man who pleaded guilty to charges of stalking and indecency has his jail sentenced wholly suspended, as Tasmanians are urged to get a flu shot before winter descends. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Serial stalker sentenced, 'perfect time' to get flu shot Source: ABC News


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