Concern for missing man

There's still no word on the whereabouts of Launceston man Robert James Jensen. The 69-year-old was last seen leaving his Prospect residence at around 10am on...

Police want to speak with these two men

Tasmania Police has released photos of two people of interest following an incident in which a man was stabbed in Glenorchy. Police are investigating an alleged...

PM at Burnie Show

The Burnie Show has been paid a visit by the Prime Minister today, unveiling $20 million of funding for sustaining regional shows which have been...

Launceston motorbike death

Tasmania's road toll has risen on the death of a 24 year old Launceston man who crashed his motorbike at Mayfield late last night. A little...

Hobart goes international

Those who've been wondering when all the grand plans of the Hobart City Deal would actually materialise might have some answers today when the Implimentation...

St. George beer comeback

St George beer has made a comeback for Boags Brewery, years after it was put into retirement. The band of loyal drinkers have revived the...

Worst roads named and shamed

Roads that don't cut the mustard have been named by RACT members in a new survey seeking to identify the state's 10 worst. Those surveyed in...

Tasmania's Adani

Despite a Perth based coal mining exploration company claiming it received a 50 thousand dollar Tasmanian government grant, the Premier is shutting down talk of...

Woman charged over Oatlands ATM burglary

A 32-year-old Goodwood woman has been charged with offences relating to the Oatlands post office ATM alleged burglary which occurred in the early hours of...

Tomato frost risks

As Tasmania's spring planting season takes off, your tomato seedlings might be in for a rough time of it. What they need for good growth are...

Tasmania Zoo's newest attractions

In time for the school holidays, two young caracal cats from South Africa are new attractions at Tasmania Zoo in the state's north. Head keeper Emma...

Abortion clinic concerns

The state still does not have a dedicated low cost abortion clinic, despite assurances for the government that one would be opened a year ago. Private...

Schools join redress scheme

Two of Tasmania's most prestigious schools have joined the national redress scheme for victims of child sex abuse. Elite Hobart girls school Fahan and the co-ed...

Giant iceberg breaks off Antarctica

An iceberg the size of urban Sydney has broken off in the Antarctic.  The Australian Antarctic Program in Kingston has been tracking what experts are calling...

Pair charged over Devonport incident

Police have charged two youths after an incident on the recreational ground in Thomas Street at East Devonport on Sunday. Two other boys were playing soccer...

Accused spanner boy in court

A 14 year old boy accused of trying to hold up three Bridgewater businesses in Hobart's north armed with a large spanner yesterday is making...

New jail details emerge

The location for a new jail complex in the state's north has been confirmed. The 270-million-dollar Northern Regional Prison will be constructed 2 kilometres north of...

Rescuers fly out injured walker

There's a stern warning for bushwalkers to be prepared after a second man had to be rescued from the state's wilderness. Poor conditions meant the Rescue...

Drug and booze test idea spreads

The idea of drug and alcohol testing those on Newstart and politicians is catching on with the Hobart City Council. Two aldermen are behind the plan...

Police chase catches duo

A road evade of police in Hobart has seen a chase involving the rescue helicopter across Southern Tasmania late last night, ending with two people...