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Vicki Denton is seeing better than she has in years. She gave up on the public health system and went into debt to have private surgery to avoid going blind. Read more: 'I couldn't wait that long': Why Vicki took out a loan to fund her surgery Source: ABC News

New vision emerges of the ship which brought down Hobart’s Tasman Bridge more than 40 years ago, showing a wreck teeming with marine life including gill sharks. Read more: 'Amazing to see': Divers capture vision of sharks, ship that brought down Tasman Bridge Source: ABC News

A diver in the Derwent River has filmed the underwater site of the original Tasman Bridge, which collapsed in 1975. Read more: Underwater dive reveals original Tasman Bridge ruins Source: ABC News

DAILY BRIEFING: Talented footballer Mia King, who has juggled her studies with training, could see her AFLW dream come true this morning, and Hobart’s Lord Mayor Anna Reynolds survives a no-confidence vote during a heated meeting. Read more: Tasmania Now: AFLW hopeful eyes Roos in draft, as Mayor survives no-confidence motion Source: ABC News

A controversial helicopter-accessed standing camp proposed for Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area will go ahead after the state’s planning tribunal overturned a council’s decision. Read more: Controversial World Heritage development gets tick of approval Source: ABC News

The future of the world’s largest wild-caught fishery could be on a “path to oblivion” says one man, who after calling for a drastic cut in abalone catch limits was booted from the industry’s peak body in Tasmania. Read more: Fears world-renowned delicacy could be off the menu Source: ABC News

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


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