13 hrs ago
Shaun Knott back on the Coast
TALENTED sportsman Shaun Knott has returned to the Coast and has immediately returned to the fold at the Ulverstone Cricket Club.
18 hrs ago
Journal of Human Hypertension
Waiting a few extra minutes before measuring blood pressure has...
Correspondence: Dr JE Sharman, Menzies Research Institute Tasmania, University of Tasmania, Private Bag 23, Hobart, Tasmania 7000, Australia.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Miandetta boys get revenge in state final
Miandetta Primary grade 3-4 boys took on the heavyweights and came out victorious, going undefeated to claim the junior boys' state title.
New owners for Shaw Contracting
Shaw Contracting, at Whitemore, had been operated by Alwyn and Judy Shaw since 1974.
Sydney Star Observer
Fewer rallies, more community engagement for marriage fairness
Yesterday the High Court heard the case for and against the ACT's Marriage Equality Act.
Alarm as clinic abandons bulk billing
The change would not happen until next month and the practice would still bulk bill for procedures and surgeries, as well as consultations for patients aged 75 or more and children aged 16 and under.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The Otago Daily Times
Sun shines on new citizens
The British are coming, along with Indians, a couple of Australians and a Filipino, in the latest group of people from overseas who became New Zealand citizens yesterday.
Four evacuated after hospital fire
Volunteers from the New Norfolk Fire Brigade were on the scene within minutes of being called out at 5.50pm and the fire was quickly extinguished.
Three injured in Antarctic chopper emergency-landing
Two Australian scientists and their pilot were injured when their helicopter made an emergency landing in Antarctica, leaving them stranded overnight on the ice, the Australian Antarctic Division said on Monday.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Woman pleads not guilty to fraud charges
AN Ulverstone woman accused of obtaining more than $60 000 in GST returns by fraud set up a fake business to claim the money, prosecutors have said.
Wet and windy spring behind us
SEVERAL Tasmanian sites experienced their wettest spring on record this year while damaging winds blew through Hobart and the temperature dropped to record lows inland.
Recognition for school science skills
More than 1400 students from early childhood to grade 12 entered this year's competition, with work centred on the theme Australian Science through the Ages.
Anger at driver dollars
Police are cracking down on young people taking money for being the designated driver for other nightclubbers after complaints from taxi operators.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Comment sought on smoking bans
THE state government is seeking public comment on proposed regulations that would ban smoking in certain pedestrian malls and bus malls.
United front vital to lift confidence
We have a good selection of top schools, a caring society, excellent medical services, unsurpassed beaches and delightful recreation areas.
The New Zealand Herald
Hobart: Criminal past, contemporary culture
Hobart - today a hip city of restaurants, cafes and upmarket art galleries - was once a seafaring town from which numerous historic Antarctic expeditions departed.
Government avoids PS pay showdown
Community and Public Sector Union general secretary Tom Lynch said locking in enterprise agreements with so many unions in such a short time was quite an achievement.
Rural doctors crisis hits communities hard
Dr Greg Booth says the problem is the difficulty in attracting local or Australian doctors to work in rural areas, and at present there does not seem to be a solution to it.
New club to face champs in Foxtel Cup
THE new Prospect-based State League club, Tasmania's representative at next year's Foxtel Cup, will face defending champion West Adelaide in the first round of the knockout competition.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Case manager to stand in state election
The 29-year-old Migrant Resource Centre case manager launched her campaign in Launceston yesterday alongside Premier Lara Giddings, saying she wanted to fight for quality education, equality and employment.