Tasmanian News

Goodbye legend

All going well, Tasmania will have a last chance to farewell Hawthorn veteran Luke Hodge who's announced he is retiring at season's end. Assuming he's fit,...

Child safety erupts again

Faith in Tasmania's child protection system's again being tested after three workers in the sector have gone to the media condemning it as in disarray. Remaining...

Bell Bay growth plan

Tasmania's Bell Bay Industrial Precinct is to get some special attention to stimulate growth and create more employment. An experienced project officer will be hired in...

Stocking up

Kissing a fish before setting it loose in Craigbourne Dam, Tasmania's Primary Industries Minister's been on hand for the first round of releases of 300...

UTAS industrial action looms

Industrial action by UTAS staff seems imminent over stalled pay negotiations. Their union's sent a letter to the Vice Chancellor Peter Rathjen outlining its intention and...

Gas stalemate

Tasmania's major industrials are being assured they will be protected financially by the state government to avoid job shedding if their gas bills skyrocket. Negotiations on...

Golden East Coast

An economic update from My State is painting a glowing picture of Tasmania. Along with the strength in real estate, better employment for some areas, and...

Miraculous escape

A photo of a mangled car that smashed into a power pole at Cambridge near Hobart this morning has been posted on the Tasmania Police...

Fake $50 charges

Fake $50 notes doing the rounds in Northern Tasmania in the past weeks have now seen two George Town men charged. The word from Tasmania Police...

Retail roaring

Retail growth in Tasmania steams ahead, with another turnover increase in May in new ABS data. While clothing sales are on the soft side, this state's...