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Cloud hits bushwalker search

There are growing concerns for a missing Victorian bushwalker after a police and SES search in the Cradle Mountain/Lake St Clair National Park on Sunday...

Missing bushwalker

Authorities have begun a search for an experienced bushwalker who was due to return from a hike yesterday in the Cradle Mountain/Lake St. Clair National...

More wild weather

Don't expect much reprieve from the recent miserable weather - another warning for severe winds has been issued by the Bureau. Gusts up to 100 kilometres...

Tornadoes coach departs

Launceston Tornadoes will have assistant assistant Michael Johnstone in charge for the final two weeks of the season, to allow head coach Derek Washington to...

Hobart's Civic Square Project

Locals can have their say on how a new precinct in Hobart's CBD should look. A mix of retail, accommodation and the new visitor centre will...

"Please explain?!": Wade snub raises questions

Australia's Matthew Wade during a nets session at Edgbaston, Birmingham. Anthony Devlin/PA Wire Tasmanians are scratching their heads, after a Matthew Wade-less Australia was smashed by England...

Spotted Fever spreads in Tasmania

Two cases of Flinders Island Spotted Fever have been found in Tasmania's Midlands for the first time. The infection is transmitted to humans by the bite...

Code of conduct complaint

A panel assembled by Tasmania's Local Government Director will assess a code of conduct complaint lodged against a Hobart City Councillor. Essentially, Women Speak Tasmania claim...

Hospitals responding to the flu

The Royal Hobart Hospital is urging people with flu-like symptoms to avoid visiting patients at the hospital to reduce the risk of spreading the infection to others. The...

Miena crime charges

A 44 year Launceston man's made bail after being charged over a March crime wave that hit the small town of Miena in the Central...

Wild weather to return

Wild weather is set to escalate again for parts of Tasmania, with 1800 premises still without power in the state's north and northwest as of...

Expected business bounce

Tax return money flowing through Tasmania's economy is just a matter of days away, as Australians hustle in their droves to get their hands on...

Four in custody after alleged evade

Police have charged a 17-year-old boy following an alleged evade incident at Brighton on Wednesday morning. The youth is facing counts of motor vehicle stealing, dangerous...

Hoon on the run

Members of the public are shaken after nearly being hit by a hooning vehicle on Hobart's eastern shore this morning. Police are hunting a man allegedly...

Battery of the Nation boost

There's another boost for Tasmania's bid for a second power cable over Bass Strait. The body which oversees Australia's wholesale electricity market is apparently on board...

Devonport church fire

Roofing iron has been removed on an East Devonport church to give fire crews better access to a blaze they have been fighting this afternoon. They...

NBL Blitz coming to Tas

Tasmania is a step closer to having its own NBL team. The country’s premier basketball competition will host its official preseason tournament the 'NBL Blitz' here...

Wind and rain on the way

Enjoy the sunshine while you can, is the message from the Bureau of Meteorology, as two cold fronts approach Tasmania. Winds in excess of 100km/h are...

Unwelcome: apartment tower rejected

Hobart's Lord Mayor is defending council's decision to knock back a controversial apartment tower in the CBD. 90 per cent of the near-900 public submissions received...

Welcome Stranger decision tonight

Whether 52 inner city apartments and supporting food and wine businesses sees the light of day on Hobart's Welcome Stranger site will be decided tonight...