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An aged care consultant dietitian says she was “appalled” by her visit to a Tasmanian aged care facility, which is now on notice from the accreditation authority. Read more: Aged care residents malnourished, staff panicked, dietitian tells royal commission Source: ABC News

DAILY BRIEFING: A woman sitting in a car with her grandchild watches her neighbour’s roof fly over the vehicle and crash to the ground as wild weather sweeps over Hobart, and Ambulance Tasmania’s heightened operating level is a “normal management tool”, the Government says. Read more: Tasmania Now: Roof lost as winds hit Hobart, ambulance […]

The mayor of a Tasmanian council begins a meeting with a public apology to the state Governor’s husband and a community organisation for suggesting they misappropriated funds, the ABC can reveal. Read more: Mayor's 'sincere' apology over misappropriated funds allegation Source: ABC News

The State Emergency Service is advising people across the south east, west and far north east (including the Furneaux and King Island groups) of Tasmania to prepare for damaging winds forecast this afternoon and on Wednesday evening. “In order to prepare for the strong winds, we ask that people tie down and secure any loose […]

A man who went on to fatally stab North Hobart shopkeeper Voula Delios was let out of jail early for showing good behaviour despite threats of violence to staff and inmates, an inquest hears. Read more: Shopkeeper's killer given early release before fatal stabbing despite making threats, inquest hears Source: ABC News

The State Emergency Service (SES) is warning Tasmanians to prepare for severe weather coming over the next few days, bringing damaging winds, heavy rain, snow and flooding. “In order to prepare for the strong winds, we ask that people tie down and secure any loose items including outdoor furniture and play equipment. Winds of this […]

Tasmanians should brace for “damaging winds, heavy rain, snow and flooding” as two cold fronts bring severe weather warnings and cause power outages. Read more: Tasmanians told to 'tie down their trampolines' as cold fronts approach Source: ABC News

When reality show contestants — and even foodies — talk about quail meat it often involves complex recipes, but a farmer’s shift to faster food could change that. Read more: Hopes for quail sales lift in shift to faster foods, but eggs fall under tracking regime Source: ABC News

Indonesian ‘mumpreneurs’ are cashing-in on an appetite for purchasing cheap beef online, threatening Australia’s live cattle trade. Read more: Would you buy meat on Instagram? Source: ABC News

DAILY BRIEFING: Christopher Lee Brown, who is charged with the murder of 19-year-old Billy Ray Waters, will front court this morning, and a Tasmanian council will remove the name of convicted paedophile John Millwood from several plaques. Read more: Tasmania Now: Paedophile's name to go from plaques, 33yo charged with murder Source: ABC News

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