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Cambridge driver loses license for two years.

Police have slammed the alleged behaviour of a Cambridge driver. Officers were called to a minor crash on Pass Road late yesterday morning. After returning a positive roadside test for alcohol, the motorist was taken to the...

Woman in stable condition after bus incident

A woman has been hit by a bus in Hobart's CBD. Emergency Services were called to the corner of Collins Street and Campbell Street at around 12.30pm yesterday. A 65-year-old has suffered serious lower limb injuries and...

Hobart price correction coming

Domain's latest House Price report for the three months to the end of June found Hobart's median rising nearly 1% to $766,000. That is growth of 21% for the financial year. However, the report states there is...

Nurses' industrial action could escalate on the Coast

Industrial action by nurses in other parts of the state could be escalated on the North-West Coast in coming weeks if the Government doesn't agree to pay rises and extra recruitment.   Nurses went on strike in...

30-plus cruise ships to visit Burnie

Around 30 international and Australian cruise ships will visit Burnie between November and April.   The Cruise Ports website has the Coral Princess and 2400 passengers scheduled to arrive on November 5th, returning again on January 24th.   It's...

Tasmania's Covid-19 death toll climbs to 137

Tasmania's Coronavirus toll has climbed once more, following the deaths of four people. A woman in her 90s in the South, a man in his 90s in the North, a man in his 70s and a...

Last weekend for Bicheno Beams

There are just four nights left of the Bicheno Beams laser light show. The event is a world-class light show developed by Melbourne’s Genius Laser Technology Company and set by scenic Waubs Bay. More than 8000 people...

22-year-old dies in Launceston crash

Investigations are underway after a horror crash in Tasmania's north. Emergency services were called to the Midlands Highway at Launceston at around 7:25pm last night, following a single vehicle crash. The incident involved a Hadspen resident, driving...

Freight Equalisation Scheme not keeping pace

Tasmanian exporters have called for the Federal Government to increase rates under the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme.   The scheme compensates exporters for the cost of getting produce across Bass Strait to compete on level footing with...

Hobart's steep inflation

New ABS data has tracked the extent of inflation. Hobart's annual inflation rate to the end of June is 6.5%, actually higher than the national average of the capitals of 6.1% A partial driver of the Hobart...