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  1. Faithful Gabby rewards partnersRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Examiner

    GARETH Rattray has driven many feature-race winners during his illustrious career, but few have meant as much to him as last night's victory with Faithful Gabby in the $30,000 Granny Smith Stakes at Devonport. GARETH Rattray has driven many feature-race winners during his illustrious career, but few have meant as much to him as last night's victory with Faithful Gabby in the $30,000 Granny Smith Stakes at Devonport.

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  2. East Coast enjoys best of both worldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Mercury

    Originally Triabunna, the Bombers train at Lauderdale, playing four games a year at their TSL namesake's home ground with the rest on the East Coast. The Bombers are sitting pretty on top of the SFL ladder thanks to a 136-point drubbing of Cygnet in Round 1 and a 28-point victory in a low-scoring affair against Sorell last week.

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  3. Halting Halton key to victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Mercury

    Glenorchy believes that blanketing the Bombers goalkicking machine at KGV today will see the Magpies remain unbeaten and inflict Lauderdale's first loss of the year. Pies assistant coach Matthew Smith - filling in as senior coach while Aaron Cornelius recovers from more leg surgery - said former New Norfolk premiership player Sam Hall was just the man for the job.

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  4. Report finds heavy metal contamination decreases in River DerwentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | ABC News

    A report looking at the health of the River Derwent has found an improvement in heavy metal contamination but the level of effluent contamination has increased. The State of the Derwent Report for 2015 has been released at a symposium in Hobart on Derwent Science and Management.

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  5. Martial art a family affairRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | The Mercury

    Jason Nankivell of West Moonah, left, with daughter Jess, 17, and son Adam, 13. The trio are all black belts in karate and are gearing up for the state titles next month. Picture: Nikki Davis-Jones Dad Jason, daughter Jessica and son Adam all took up karate eight years ago and all three are black belts.

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  6. Inquest a last chance, says fianceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Examiner

    Her fiance at the time said the inquest could be the last chance for closure for Miss Butterworth's brothers and himself. ''I'm running out of time now - I'm 70 years of age, I've got major illnesses and I think if I'm ever going to find an answer it's going to take something like this inquiry to bring it out,'' John Fitzgerald said yesterday.

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  7. Bid to end 46-year mysteryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | The Mercury

    The Montagu Bay typist was dropped off by a friend at a Claremont bus stop after work around 5.30pm on August 25, 1969. She was on her way to New Norfolk to meet her fiance and attend a fundraising meeting for the Miss Tasmania Quest.

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  8. Butterworth inquest date setRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Examiner

    THE first public inquest into one of Tasmania's oldest unsolved murders will start next month - 45 years after the victim disappeared without a trace. THE first public inquest into one of Tasmania's oldest unsolved murders will start next month - 45 years after the victim disappeared without a trace.

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  9. Queenstown bushwalker rescuedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | The Advocate

    A man from Queenstown has been rescued after he became lost bushwalking on Mount Owen on the West Coast today. A MAN from Queenstown has been rescued after he became lost bushwalking on Mount Owen on the West Coast today.

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  10. West Coast walker winched to safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | The Mercury

    A YOUNG bushwalker was winched to safety overnight after he became stranded on a steep ledge on Tasmania's West Coast. The 22-year-old from Queenstown had been walking near Mt Owen when he became lost on his way down.

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  11. Tragic mum couple walksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | The Mercury

    A FORMER Derwent Valley couple have been given suspended jail sentences for manslaughter over the hypo-thermia death of an elderly woman. Michael Anglin, 56, and Jassy Anglin, 53, who now live in the Cairns suburb of Yorkeys Knob, have pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Mrs Anglin's 77-year-old mother in 2010.

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  12. Ryley Major in commandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | Examiner

    STARTER Ryley Major ran up to his good breeding with an impressive performance in the $10,000 Yearling Sale Classic at Mowbray on Sunday night. Rohan Hillier returns on well-bred two-year-old Ryley Major after an impressive win at Mowbray on Sunday night.

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  13. Arrows have the firepowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | The Mercury

    Cripps' Georgia Downward looks to pass under pressure from two Arrows opponents. Arrows won the game, 73-46.

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  14. Thomas hero as South risesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | The Mercury

    South Hobart's Hugh Ludford, right, finds some space during his side's 3-2 Victory League victory against Launceston City. Picture: MATTHEW THOMPSON SOUTH Hobart coach Ken Morton believes his squad can still defend its Victory League crown, declaring he has no cause for concern after yesterday's less than convincing 3-2 victory against Launceston City.

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  15. Family make heartbreaking vowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | The Mercury

    AARON Leeson Woolley didn't have the strength to talk in front of his fiancee's memorial on Saturday but he didn't need to. With the support of his mate, Mr Leeson Woolley hobbled forward in the sunshine at a Leeton park to release yellow balloons for his slain partner.

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  16. PWS monitors burn offRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | The Mercury

    The service is planning another burn soon around Pirates Bay at Eaglehawk Neck. Complaints relating to smoke should be lodged with the Environment Protection Authority, on 1800 005 171.

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  17. Customs all quiet on ship's roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | The Mercury

    THE Ocean Shield has been docked at Macquarie Wharf for more than a month, but its purpose in port remains a mystery. The 100m-long ship, formerly the Skandi Bergen, was acquired by the Royal Australian Navy last year and has held anchor in Hobart since February 25. It was transferred across to the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service in July last year, but the service will not disclose why the ship is docked in Hobart.

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  18. Deaths shake tiny townRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | The Mercury

    THE tiny hamlet of Wilmot in the state's North has been shaken by the death of a couple in their secluded home on the outskirts of town. The couple, who had lived at the property for more than a decade after moving from Queensland, were found dead by friends who were concerned they had not turned up for work on Thursday and could not be contacted.

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  19. Paddlers chasing Brazilian goldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | The Mercury

    Tassie kayakers, from left, Jake Hodkinson, 17, Kate Eckhardt, 17, Daniel Watkins, 19, and Rohan Borojevic, 17, will be chasing gold in Brazil next week. Picture: Nikki Davis-Jones TASMANIA'S awesome foursome is off to Brazil tomorrow to chase glory at the junior slal om world championships at the Olympic Games venue from next week.

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  20. Eagles refuse to look too far aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | The Mercury

    NEW Norfolk's new coach Caden Wilson has no doubt the Eagles can challenge for another premiership in the SFL this season. The reigning William Leitch medallist has stepped in to fill the shoes from premiership player and coach Jon Murray as the club lines up for its sixth flag in the past seven season.

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