Tasmanian News

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Hobart’s Republic Bar puts up its own notice assuring patrons the business is “pro-choice” and does “not control women’s bodies” after a pro-life ad appears on a billboard on its roof. Read more: Staff post their own notice after pro-life ad appears on pub's roof Source: ABC News

Missing Adelaide boy Thomas Alexander Bakyrey has been found in Tasmania and his mother has been arrested by authorities after a nationwide search. Read more: SA boy missing for more than eight months found in Tasmania Source: ABC News

Euijin Lee first met Heather Rigby when she visited Australia to study in 2001, almost 20 years later she’s fulfilled a promise to come back with her husband in tow. Read more: Age gap 'not important' in 20-year friendship Source: ABC News

DAILY BRIEFING: The Hobart City Council will vote on a motion to support pill testing, and the Tasmania Fire Service begins investigation into Devonport church fire. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: Hobart City Council to vote on pill testing, fire investigation into church blaze Source: ABC News

It took months of schmoozing but the American bison and the angus cow finally hit it off and the result is Beefalo. Read more: Frustrated farmer prevented from breeding bison, thumbs the rules and breeds a beefalo instead Source: ABC News

Months after being given new powers, corporate watchdog ASIC is taking action against Gold Coast payday lender Cigno Loans, which is accused of exploiting vulnerable Australians. Read more: Rosita borrowed 0 and then faced debt collectors. Now ASIC is cracking down Source: ABC News

A busy, noisy cafe isn’t a place you’d expect someone with social anxiety to thrive, but working in a bustling coffee shop has changed Sophie Kluver’s life. Read more: Sophie never used to get out of her pyjamas, but a cafe job turned her life around Source: ABC News

MORNING BRIEFING: It is back to the drawing board for the developers of the Welcome Stranger project, while students receive a long awaited report into university sexual harassment. Read more: Live: Tasmania Now: UTAS sexual harassment report released, Welcome Stranger setback Source: ABC News

It thrilled photographers and frustrated air travellers over the weekend, but why does Tasmania’s northern capital get so foggy and what about the rest of the state? Read more: Why is this Tasmanian city so prone to fog? Source: ABC News

During the first quarter of this year, 12pc of Australian properties were resold at a loss. It is the highest level in six years and another sign of weaker property market conditions. Read more: Number of Aussie properties resold at a loss climbs to six-year high Source: ABC News

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