Author: Rick Eaves

This year marks a century since a Tasmanian raced to beat a Victorian rival across Bass Strait. Read more: Remembering the first pilot to fly over Bass Strait Source: ABC News

This wild and rugged corner of north-west Tasmania is bursting with ancient history and dotted with artefacts, but you’ve probably never heard of it. Read more: Australia's 'oldest classroom in the world' holds clues to understanding ancient culture Source: ABC News

Composer Rachel Meyers, immersed in Tasmania’s wild west coast, says the wind makes its own unique sound when interacting with her instruments. Read more: Composer and violinist experiments with 'deep listening' at Tasmania's wild Arthur River Source: ABC News

Brian Britt has prostate cancer and he and his mates have slugged it out through the Tasmania winter to raise money and awareness for the cancer which he says is ‘just as important’ as other cancers. Read more: 'Be stuffed if I'm going to let it beat me': Brian from Burnie is fighting for the […]

This 83-year-old ketch, Julie Burgess, is the last survivor of more than 100 built by the Burgess family — and all were named after Burgess women. Read more: Tassie's pocket rocket tall ship a rare survivor of working sail era Source: ABC News

Fungi fanatics are being drawn to Tasmania’s Latrobe, where 400 fungi species have been found in the middle of town. Read more: How Herman's hill of 'ghosts' is attracting fungi lovers from afar Source: ABC News

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