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AMA open to vaccine lure

The Tasmanian Branch of doctors lobby the Australian Medical Association is welcoming a debate on vaccine incentives. Labor's made headlines with calls for a $300 payment...

Two $2 million Tassie winners

(Photo courtesy of TattsLotto) There are more Tasmanian winners of TattsLotto, this time a Launceston woman and Hobart man each picking up $2 million by jagging...

Gastro outbreak continues at LGH

Two wards at the Launceston General Hospital will remain closed for now due to a gastroenteritis outbreak. There are 7 unwell patients on surgical ward 5B...

Missing kayaker rescued

A kayaker who went missing on northwest Tasmania's Wilmot River is safe and well, although cold after a night exposed to the elements. Police say the...

Missing Persons Week

(Photo of missing person Craig Taylor) It is National Missing Persons Week of which Tasmania has 168 dating back to the 1950s. Tasmania Police is highlighting seven...

All of NSW barred from Tassie

More than half of Australia's population is now banned from entering Tasmania, after the high risk classification of Greater Sydney by public health officials here...

NSW locations declared "high-risk" by Tas Health

Victoria's coronavirus cluster is now threatening to impact New South Wales, after confirmation an infected person with the highly infectious Indian variant visited several sites...

Bubble not burst yet

Tasmanian and New Zealand Health officials will meet on Wednesday to discuss any possible implications of a new coronavirus case at Auckland airport. It comes only...

Aus monitoring AstraZeneca concerns

The Morrison Government is now considering next steps in regard to the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine rollout, after the UK began offering people aged under 30...

Brisbane locations deemed high risk

Queensland has recorded one new locally acquired case of coronavirus. A man from the Moreton Bay region is a close contact of a 26-year-old Brisbane man,...

Vaccine rollout hits GP clinics

Dozens of Tasmanian GP clinics are among more than 1100 around the country set to deliver coronavirus vaccines in five days' time. The Morrison Government has...

1 year on from Tassie's first COVID case

Tuesday marks a year since Tasmania's first coronavirus case was identified, and we're being assured the vaccine rollout is proceeding as planned. 1159 Tasmanian front line...

Clinic hours extended, more high-risk venues

Tasmania's list of high-risk locations across Melbourne continues to grow. The number of potentially exposed venues, including tram routes and an airport bus link, has risen...