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Breastfeeding is a natural way to feed a baby but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. A Hobart photographer is sharing stories from 100 women to help mothers feel connected. Full Article: 100 breastfeeding stories a shared experience for women Source: ABC News Tasmania Copyright © ABC News Tasmania

Premier Will Hodgman pays tribute to his late friend Vanessa Goodwin at her funeral, saying she battled her cancer “with dependable courage and dignity”. Full Article: Mourners farewell Vanessa Goodwin at state funeral in Hobart Source: ABC News Tasmania Copyright © ABC News Tasmania

Thousands are expected to fill a Hobart cathedral to capacity today to pay their respects to Vanessa Goodwin, the fondly remembered former Tasmanian attorney-general who died last Saturday. Full Article: Vanessa Goodwin to be farewelled by large crowd in Hobart Source: ABC News Tasmania Copyright © ABC News Tasmania

A Tasmanian man died after unacceptable delays in critical procedures and poor communication between two hospitals, a coroner finds. Full Article: Coroner criticises hospital care as 'indifferent, farcical' before man's death Source: ABC News Tasmania Copyright © ABC News Tasmania

They come, they ride and they occasionally break bones. But mountain bike riders are also bringing economic hope to another former forestry town in Tasmania that looked set to wither and die. Full Article: Thrills, spills and (occasional) medical bills at mountain biking mecca Source: ABC News Tasmania Copyright © ABC News Tasmania

Amateur vision has caught the moment when two mountain bikers crash on the same turn within minutes of each other. The downhill bikers were riding in Tasmania’s Maydena Bike Park. Full Article: Mountain bikers crash on Tasmanian trails Source: ABC News Tasmania Copyright © ABC News Tasmania

The Liberals’ release of election policies days after Tasmanians voted draws a blast from a lawyer and political commentator, with a member of the Upper House saying if that is how things will be done, “you may as well live in a dictatorship”. Full Article: 'Voters are entitled to know': Liberals blasted again over policy […]

Tony Rundle, who led the Liberal government when the Port Arthur massacre occurred, urges the current State Government to rethink its controversial gun control policy. Full Article: Former premier warns against 'watering down' gun laws Source: ABC News Tasmania

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Tasmania’s accommodation crisis has prompted the State Government to hold an urgent housing summit next week, but planning experts say the issue should not have come as a surprise. Full Article: Tasmanian Government 'was warned about planning and housing crisis' Source: ABC News Tasmania


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