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Logger escapes conviction for punching protester
A magistrate has decided not to record a conviction against a Tasmanian forestry worker who punched a man in the street after recognising him as a protester.
More wild weather ahead: BOM
Sheep, top right, were desperately looking for a higher ground after this paddock near Launceston was flooded.
I may have found Lucille's remains
FORMER Kingborough mayor and business pioneer Don Hazell hopes to be called before the coroner to detail a grim discovery he made about 40 years ago, which he believes could be related to one of the state's most baffling cold cases.
Service to Coast community a key
Clarrie served in the Tasmanian Police Force for 44 years and also served on the Devonport City Council for more than 25 years, but his story started further to the south of the state.
Three Tas councils want hemp, medicinal cannabis crops
Three councils in Tasmania have been prompted by commercial prospects and farmer interest to consider pushing for both industrial hemp and medicinal cannabis.
Seat of the week: Lyons
The central Tasmanian electorate of Lyons covers some of the poorest and least ethnically diverse territory in the country, and it recorded the nation's biggest anti-Labor swing at the 2013 election.