Writer's Articles - Lindsay Tuffin
We're back ... !x
This is the man ...
'Collaborative on-Country action to research, restore and protect takayna/Tarkine'
Federal Hotels' 1993 submission to extend pokies to the 'Burbs. Federal's own Social Study report
Premier Will's plan is 'virtually impossible ...'
Why we should Change The Date ...
You can buy John Gay's house for $2.5m ...
The Chrissy/New Year hiatus ...
Books for FREEEEEEEEE!x ALL GONE ...
TT: The Future ...
Stupidity is on the rise in our age of enlightenment
What might have been ... Democrats' embrace of neoliberalism won it for Trump ...
True? Tasman Island historic buildings secretly opened for commercial development
'First protect human life ... then irreplaceable natural and cultural heritage values ... '
First Day: November ... and the future ... ?
HVC’s 'dysfunctionality' in full media flood ...
TT upgrade .. and glitches ...
ASIC ... and 'overdue' payment
The Moo-Brew etchings ...
Tasmania's rebellious history: Bushrangers and absconders fight an unfree society
Statement – Completion of Tasmanian Senate Count
How technology disrupted the truth ...
CHILCOT REPORT: Crushing Iraq War verdict ...
A Mobile-Friendly Upgrade Report ...
The out-of-touch elite ...
Rodney Pople's Creative Mind ...
The NSW ban on greyhound racing ...
FEDERAL Election 2016: Good Heavens ...
THE VERDICT: Federal Election 2016
The Triumph of Iceland ...
BASSLINK: Energy Council damns Libs' Energy Strategy
The horror of Australia's Live Export trade. Rally TODAY (Sat)
The questions around Biosecurity Tasmania's review ...
The 'attack on the Tasmanian Anti-Discrimination Act 1999' ...
Sledgehammered to death ...
BASSLINK: Sunny Groom's holiday as Basslink fried. Mr Brooks ... resigns ...
Bob's Tarkine vision ...
The danger to health of cruise ships ...
TT: It’s time for an upgrade … with a little help from our friends ...
Tasmanian Media Awards 2016
Launched! Stranger With My Face Horror Film Festival
Nero fiddled. Basslink fried ...
Launched! Wanted ...
Port Arthur archaeological dig uncovers prisoner tokens for gambling
What an absolute ripper of a book!x Tennis ...
The memories ...
Party ... Animals!x
Winners of the Premier’s Literary Prizes ...
You get what you pay for: Aussies unwilling to cough up for good journalism online
And so, it's come to this ...
World's best ... anywhere but Tasmania ...
A light at the end of a decade-long tunnel ...
How can you not despair?
Bill Reynolds, the journalist who loved subbing - and subs
Mercury: The Fall ... and why it matters
'Peace is Generosity' (Thanks TT)
The renaissance of small-scale manufacturing
Nine must-ride trips for cyclists
Increasingly, we can't trust journalists to decipher finance
A fragment of Balmain history
Tasmanian Times & Anonymity of comments
Forestry Tasmania, Andrew Wilkie MP and the tabled document ...
We need you ... THANKYOU!x
MEDIA: Ready for the reputation rumble ...
MEDIA: Insided Out ...
INTERNATIONAL: Britain heading for hung parliament
Eight Best Places In Hobart For The Literary-Minded
Public-interest journalism is under threat ...
Media Awards: Tassie Times gets a gong!x
No wonder he's grinning ...
Welcome 'home', Richard ...
Hobart health risked by cruise ships? Background Briefing's shocking report
Why I have resigned from the Telegraph . ABC Print figures. Death, Drugs and HSBC ...
Transportation Press: Transportation islands and cities launched. Welcome Iran!
Costa Rica Introduces Law to Mandate Valuation of Natural Capital
Gone to the dogs ...
Transportation Islands and Cities: A Launch
Transportation launch: Fullers Bookshop, 5.30 tonight
The very best for Chrissy/New Year ...
But wait ... there's more: TT's Tasmanians of the Year
TONIGHT: TT H@A ... Come on Barbie, let's go party ...
When the Forces of Media Disruption Hit Home
Slowly, slowly back to normal service ... To Rache and Trav ...
The Wedding Hiatus ...
The Light ... and The Dark
The Flan-Man's Triumph
The Flan-Man Triumphs
The Probe is closed
TT Systems crash: Reboot and Resend ...
Now there's a surprise ...
Has Politics Failed Us?: No, but there's a lack of authenticity, passion and leadership
Kim Williams calls News Corp leaks a festival of vengeance
News Corp cuts up rough ...
TT on ABC
Five reasons every journalist should be fired (me included)
An ABC interview ...
Mercury: 'Still the top newspaper brand in the state' ...
Media: The Way We Were ...
The night I met Jimbo, Donzo fell UP the stairs ...
The night I met Jimbo, Donzo fell UP the stairs ...
Festival of Voices' spectacular start
The Free World ...
Help Tassie stay with the Times
Can the Fox (Leopard) change its spots?
MH370: Simulation stymied as it all gets curiouser and curiouser
Jim Bacon: The Emperor has no clothes
Take a bow, Aurora ... and they did, sensitively!
United? Kingdom. Great? Britain
Normal service resumes on Monday, February 24
TT of the Year ... now TASS gets a Human Rights Award
The Last Temple ...
TT Tasmanian of the Year Award 2013
The only proven thing helmets protect us from are fines
Nick Evers: Gentle, into that good night
Dead-Tree Media continues to topple ...
Watching the watchmen: Charles Lewis on non-profit journalism
Fear and Freedom
Is the press too big to fail? It's dumb journalism, stupid
Old things can be desirable, can't we?
Take a bow, Leo
No mail in, no mail out ... Telstra snip bounces emails. Sat: Back to normal!x
Comment is free. Moderation is difficult
Dead-tree media and the battle to control online content
And ... a Happy New Year!x
Joy, Love, Paradox ...
And though the last lights off the black West went ...
Farewell Ricky ...
One night in Rosevears ...
Super Trawler science further discredited
Rosevears Pub, Thursday, Nov 1: Tasmanian Times' Tasmanian of the Year ...
Close AFMA, says fisheries scientist
Borthwick fisheries review integrity compromised?
Max Bound 1924—2012
The Murdochratic State
ABC: The Shape We're in
No talking back: the value (and cost) of commenting
Carnegie, RIP ... a final rip-roaring exhibition?*
To Rachael Tuffin, 30
Michael Pervan back ... as the boss!
Laying waste ...
Is Tasmania a failed state ... ?
Toe the line, or you don't work in Tasmania
Murdochs: 'Not a fit person'. 'Wilfully ignorant'
Winds turn against Murdoch influence
Carmen ... give in dammit!x
Greed or Survival?
How bad is News Corp? The newspaper future?
Thank god for that ...
We don't need saving from our media. Be careful what you wish for
You never hear about most people ...
Journalism's historic battle: safeguarding a liberal press
Sometimes you get lucky ...
The Barbarians are coming ...
Writers, artists, journalists ... how to foment a (peaceful) revolution
Richard Tuffin's Romania Report
Death ... and instant sainthood
Go wild with us this year!
The shake of Rupert's power finger
The sound of good shiraz, liberally poured!x
My god, there's hope!
Garry Bailey: My last day will be Thursday, January 5
Forestry Tasmania's arrogant trashing of Aboriginal and settler history
Giveaways hide true picture of newspaper circulation carnage
Henry Savery ... and The Boulevard of Broken Dreams
Tassie Times awarded commendation from PIA
Chill through media history: Mercury moves to the Antarctic ...
Murdoch buries the lead as reshuffle has Hartigan bowing out at News Ltd
Public disdain for journalism has never been greater
TT is free and always will be ... but not The Australian ...
Has Politics Failed Us?
TODAY, Town Hall Hobart 8pm: Andrew Wilkie presents the TT Lecture
Leaked: News Ltd bites the dust
Harold Evans: 'Rupert Murdoch is the stiletto ... a cold-eyed manipulator'. Paywall looms
The Megalomaniac ...
Thank you for supporting Tasmanian Times
Why Political Coverage is Broken
Rupert ... my part in his (near) downfall. MPs circle the Scion
Bad News: Murdoch’s Australian and the Shaping of the Nation
A pressing case for standing up to Rupert Murdoch's bullying
A Director for NewsStand
Print is at the root of good news
Tampa ... and the loss of Labor's soul
Rupert Murdoch's American Scandals
It's all about the profits. Fund new media. Worse for Rupert. The anonymity debate. Trust?
Demand an Inquiry. Mercury outsourced to Adelaide: Apparently not!
Red Dog ... and Me. Don't miss Kimisis
History teaches us ... we learn nothing from history
Load of trouble
Tasmania ... and the Conquest of Australia
Gunns is dead. Long live Gunns. Gunns Bottom 10 of worst performers
Hardwired humans: Why we act as we do ...
Happy birthday to Fleet Street's ranters
Go-ahead for Oz paywall. Mercury next year
Up goes the wall: New York Times banks on reading quotas
Mogul in the corner
The TT Traffic report
Necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing
The night I saved Ricky Ponting’s career
The media is not there to help. It does not feel your pain
Aromatherapy for Tasmanian Times
The Path to Joy ...
Phone hacking scandal shakes UK Govt
Giddings supports pulp mill. McKim does not ...
The spiral staircase takes you into Deep Time
What I (nearly) read at Christmas
Christmas Times (9)
Reclaim the Cyber-Commons
Meedja: Incest, narcissism, journalist as player ...
TT's Letter to Santa
The Light at the end of the tunnel
Bob Brown, Poet
The Splintering of the Fourth Estate
In defence of anonymous pricks
CAUGHT! Frank, you're a champ!
Enter the Bruny Island Ultra ...
Tasmanian Times: A Rage Against the Dying of the Light ...
John Hartigan: We will own the agenda. All day. Every day.
Get out of Afghanistan ...
The morning after ...
Poll: Election Comment and the TT Portal ...
Book Launch: ‘Standing Strong: Stories of Courage and Activism’
Life on the Edge
Oooh Mercury: Come in Spinner ...
An agenda for a new Tasmania
Bartlett chose O'Connor. The Body language ...
To Richard Tuffin, 30
News Sites Rethink Anonymous Online Comments
Bartlett grabs the reins
Bartlett gives up power
Gunns and TT: Making sustainability our business ...
Comments: Thank you, thank you, thank you
Here We Stand
Election Comment. Candidates. Turn over to Page 2. Read the Press Releases
Keating! By Gough it's good ... but ...
'Avoid pointing finger at Bleaney'. 'A very easy interview'. 'Assuming snooze position now ...'
Collared ... a night at the cricket
Tasmanian Times Traffic Report
The Hugh Cudlipp lecture: Does journalism exist?
Journalism and blogging ...
Last snap of the Old Dragon's tale [sic]?
We need to split religion from spirituality
A response to Evangelical Atheism
Christmas Times (7)
Alison, You Rock!
Alison, You Beauty
Ready, set, go ... 6.30pm Strathlynn tomorrow
Seeking to end Conflict: Comment thread closed
TT's Strathlynn celebration: What you are getting ... and what you are missing ...
Bruny pain halts Tasmanian Times
Is social media killing the web as we know it?
Another night, in paradise
New email skirmish in teachers' war
Protest the pulp mill ... and get banned from Salamanca, the waterfront and Battery Point
Teachers Union Elections - AEU moves to Control Debate
Teachers’ war turns toxic
Power Sharing Government for Tasmania? What works, what doesn’t work
Battlelines drawn in teachers' war
Rupe v. ABC's Mark Scott: Two visions of Media's future
Simple perfection wins award
She's got some power, this Sarah Day
Final proof that the Bruny Ultra is good for you ...
Why good bloggers are good for print
The internet doesn't exist
Statewatch on Sunday - Some pulp protesters shredding credibility
The Future of Journalism -- Stage II?
The Morning After Hobart
Be quiet, Lindsay
The Future of Journalism – Blueprint for Progress
The traditional media has ignored it all. Why are the shutters down?
Watch Sting sing about Saving the Rainforests
Beaconsfield: 21 arrests; rabbits in the spotlight
Anthem for Beaconsfield
Your portal to the world
Forestry Tasmania: further definitive analysis ...
The Health burnout
This thread is now closed to comment ...
The Tasmania Tomorrow education disaster
Crotty for Pembroke
TT QUESTION TIME
The curious case of Dr Raj Mattu and Tasmanian Health Department Head David Roberts
A Book of Verse, and Thou ...
Tasmanian Times needs your help
God is in the Details
Wondrous Wandiligong ... Crass Kempton?
Local runner gets his Molesworth
Christmas Times partied ...
An Editor's note
There must be an unfettered Commission of Inquiry
Tribute to Guy
The legacy of Guy Parsons
The standing ovation
Take a Dipso like you
The Royal Hobart Hospital grand plan
Why Public Truth matters
Lennon: the claims, a wrap
The tragedy foretold
It's a sobering thought - drink is inspirational
Christmas Times (6)
Kevin Rudd's $110 million gift to Gunns pulp mill
Can't see the Gunns for the trees
We are watching you
My memories of Natone Area School
Tasmanians for Transparency
A journey back in time
The Bishop's Finger (2)
Pol Roger (2)
The divisive Brethren
The Great Spin Machine
Hope of our tomorrows
The Bishop's Finger
Carousing as poetic inspiration
The golden calf
A Pinnacle of Experience
TT as embryo on Late Night Live