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Jeweller theft

Authorities are asking for the public's help in finding those responsible for the theft of jewellery from ‘Mitchells Jewellery’ in Devonport at around 11.40pm back on Friday 29th May. Police say four offenders smashed the glass...

Missing woman

UPDATE: Julie has been found safe and well in Nugent. There are concerns for the welfare of a woman who's gone missing at Nugent east of Hobart. Julie Brooks was last seen around 10.30 yesterday morning walking...

Launceston Show a no-go

The 2020 Royal Launceston Show is the latest event to fall victim to the pandemic, it comes a week after organisers announced the cancellation of the Royal Hobart Show. The Royal National Agricultural and Pastoral Society...

Surfers beware

Surfers are being cautioned about sharks spotted in Tasmania's south. On its website, Surfing Tasmania carries claims of multiple shark sightings around Clifton Beach in the past few days. It advises surfers to be extra cautious at...

Rally attendee tests positive

A person who attended a mass rally in Melbourne on the weekend has been diagnosed with Covid-19. Victoria's Chief Health Officer says the individual was unlikely to have caught the illness there as he first developed...

Dover raids

Police are warning bikie gangs nowhere is safe for their illegal activities, after dramatic raids at Australia's southernmost town yesterday. A man and a woman aged 44 are expected to face serious fraud, drugs and criminal...

Tasmania Police houses receive boost

Housing for Tasmania Police officers and their families to live and stay in country areas has been given a cash injection. Last week the state government announced a further $8.7 million dollars into the program to finish...

Study looks at sea urchin fishery

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies researchers have produced the first scientific assessment of Tasmania’s growing long-spined sea urchin fishery. From a single specimen found at St Helens in the late 1970s, the invasive sea urchin...

Tense times at Ruby Princess Inquiry

An incriminating tone hangs over the Special Commission of Inquiry into the Ruby Princess cruise where coronavirus infected passengers were released into the community. A blowout of infection in Tasmania's North West and deaths are traced...

Tractor tragedy

A report is being prepared for the coroner after what police are calling a fatal tractor accident in northern Tasmania on Tuesday evening. Police and Ambulance Tasmania were called to a Chudleigh farm at around 5:40...