Town revitalisations, quad bikes, planning, remdesivir and trade figures were in the news this week.
Researchers at UTAS' Menzies Institute for Medical Research & School of Medicine have added new tools to their repertoire for fighting the insidious Devil Facial Tumour Disease.
A swish hotel, journalists, Tas Police, WHO, a payday loan app and 'copy writers' were among those on the flog recently, while the identification of fake news continues to be...
Now is the right time to finish the missing sections of the NW Coastal Pathway, say Labor and BNT.
Tasmania's favourite little town is back on TV screens this July with season 4.
Council has appointed James Dryburgh as its new General Manager. Currently the Council’s Chief Operating Officer, he takes up his appointment on...
“Don’t talk to me about that disgusting man. He’s a criminal and a disgrace to Tasmania. He should be locked in Risdon...
Scientists from around the world are begging people not to make stone stacks, which are emerging as a threat to micro-habitats.
Still unknown Green Lens creates uncertainty for Ida Bay Railway as Project X 'stimulus' lumbers along.
Planning applications have been submitted for two new keystone buildings at the UTAS Inveresk campus.
'Tasmania' might have featured tropical coastline according to an 1830s plan to create an Australia of 10 states.
Mobile phone apps are now emerging as an avenue for payday loan advances. Responsible finance advocates say legislation is needed.
The first woman elected to Australia's House of Representatives, Dame Enid Lyons, was a remarkable Tasmanian of humble beginnings.
All colours of the rainbow: why Tasmania’s new gender identity laws are warranted In late 2019, Tasmania became the first state to...
TasWater has some simple tips to help get the waterworks back in order if buildings have been unoccupied for a while.