Tasmanian News

Departing Devonport coach pride

In TSL football, Mitch Thorp's resignation as coach of Devonport caught a few off guard at the club, as he still had two years left...

Winter's work is not finished yet

Brace for a blast of Winter this weekend as a substantial cold front powers into Tasmania. Most areas will have temperatures dip, gusty winds and snow...

Neill-Fraser case update

One of those accused of intending to concoct evidence in the Susan Neill-Fraser murder conviction appeal has denied the charges. 42-year-old Karen Patricia Nancy Keefe has...

Oz and Tas already full

Australia's population's already 10 million too high, according to Dick Smith. The prominent businessman's mounted an advertising campaign which argues high immigration and politicians ambitions of...

Hobart Council to fly same sex flag

A rainbow flag's to be a fixture over the Hobart City Council's building in support of same sex marriage. On Thursday, a flag raising ceremony featuring...

Alleged 6 times over limit

A 38 year old Devonport woman pulled over allegedly with potentially fatal levels of blood alcohol has a high range drink driving charge to deal...

Tas terror training

As terror leaps back onto the global stage with the attack in Spain, the Prime Minister is adamant that Tasmania's protection is not an after-thought. Hobart...

Jobs joy again

Even though the unemployment rate has inched a tick higher in Tasmania, the general consensus on the jobs market is positive. In Australian Bureau of Statistics...

No Early Release For Good Behaviour

Tasmanian prisoners will not be eligible for shorter sentences for good behaviour under a re-elected Hodgman government.  Under the state's current laws prisoners can be released...

3rd person charged in Neill-Fraser appeal

An alleged conspiracy to pervert the course of justice in Susan Neill-Fraser's murder appeal's seen a third person charged. The charge has been laid on a...