Author: James Dunlevie

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Hobart’s council chips in the keep the popular Dark Park event alive but in a different form, as a driver is flown to hospital after a highway crash. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Dark Park (but not as you know it), driver airlifted to hospital Source: ABC News

Anti-cable car protesters form a human sign at the base of kunanyi/Mount Wellington and say the Government’s actions at Lake Malbena show has it no regard for proper process. Meanwhile, police say a 40-year-old driver was killed instantly after driving on the wrong side of the road. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Anti-cable car protesters […]

Police searching for missing mum Helen Munnings are using a cadaver dog at undisclosed sites in Tasmania and disability advocates say they’re not satisfied with a redesigned fenced area for students with high-needs autism at a Hobart school. Read more: Tasmania Now: Disability advocates say redesigned school enclosure 'not a good look' Source: ABC News

Police investigate a blaze which destroyed a large shed and 20 cars at a property near Fern Tree after a burn-off got out of control, as workers who walked off the job over asbestos concerns wait to see if they can return today.  Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Out-of-control burn-off destroys 20 cars, workers wait […]

A 16yo boy with Down syndrome who was missing since Friday has been found, and Glenorchy council decides to sell public land despite the wishes of ratepayers. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Missing boy found, council votes to sell public land despite objections Source: ABC News

The latest check-up on the Tasmanian economy finds plusses and minuses, as police take to social media to ask drivers — and pedestrians — to take care on the roads as school returns. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: State third-best economy in nation, police plead with drivers as school returns Source: ABC News

The wisdom of a preference deal by a Tasmanian Nationals senator with One Nation is questioned, as a Hobart council mulls the sale of land to help its finances. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Senator's One Nation preferences questioned, Glenorchy considers public land sale Source: ABC News

Seven Tasmanian brothers who all served in World War II honoured, while Labor considers capitalising on the unrest over the Tasmanian health system. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Anzac brothers honoured, Labor considers no-confidence motion in Ferguson Source: ABC News

The practice of ambulances queueing up outside Royal Hobart Hospital has been referred to Worksafe, the re-opening of a mine has stalled due to an ongoing row between the owners and a local council, and Lambie is hoping for a Senate comeback. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Ambulance ramping to be probed by Worksafe, Lambie's […]

Locals push back against tourism plans for the iconic Freycinet Peninsula, while Tasmania’s Sri Lankan community gather in grief after the terror bombings. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Hobart's Sri Lankan community grieves, Freycinet rejects tourism plan Source: ABC News

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