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Tasmanian News

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The accused Claremont serial killer, Bradley Edwards, has pleaded guilty to attacks on two women in the years leading up to the disappearance of Sarah Spiers. Read more: Accused Claremont serial killer pleads guilty to historic attacks on women Source: ABC News

Diversification and innovation are proving to be a key factor in the survival of multi-generation farming families. Read more: How mixing up the farm helps farming generations to survive Source: ABC News

In just one month, Donna went from thinking she was “too young” to have breast cancer to having a mastectomy. Now she’s decided to have her other breast removed. Read more: On good days Donna jokes about her breasts, on bad ones she can't take showers Source: ABC News

DAILY BRIEFING: Labor calls for an investigation into how a 17-year-old escaped detainee custody, while a community group releases its vision for a new UTAS campus Read more: Tasmania Now: Political row over teenage escapee, community group launches own masterplan for UTAS Source: ABC News

The 24-year-old believes a move to change laws in Tasmania allowing survivors of sexual crimes to share their stories will give greater insights into how perpetrators operate. Read more: Grace fought for the right to speak about her sexual assault. Now the law is changing so others can too Source: ABC News

The death of 17-year-old Maggie Lore at the Blackmans Bay blowhole in 2017 prompts a southern Tasmanian council to conduct a risk assessment of several areas in its municipality. Read more: Councils review 'high risk' Tasmanian cliffs after 'very tragic' accident Source: ABC News

In blind taste tests at a competition in Victoria this weekend, the tap water from Mackay Regional Council in Queensland is judged the best in Australia. Read more: Mackay named as city with best drinking water in Australia Source: ABC News

Mick Lawrence was making a film for his son, Tim. But, when Tim was tragically killed in a jet ski accident in 2017 he dropped the project. Now, two years on, it’s finished. Read more: Family tragedy and a life of 'rogue waves' inspire Tasmanian surfing legend Source: ABC News

Before moving to Tasmania, Malak Abdou was a veterinarian in Egypt. Now working on a farm, he’s one of the lucky ones. Read more: Malak had a vet clinic in Egypt. Now he's lucky to work on a farm Source: ABC News

Until now little has been known about what penguins get up to when they head out to sea to forage. Read more: Gone fishing: Study reveals the activities of penguins at sea Source: ABC News


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