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WA Today
'First hint' of a puzzling change in Southern Ocean revealed by CSIROAntarctica. Teams of scientists on the RV Investigator have been profiling the
WA Today / Posted 10 minutes ago
Antarctica. Teams of scientists on the RV Investigator have been profiling the salinity and temperature of water between Tasmania and Antarctica at 108 locations. Dr Steve Rintoul, chief scientist of the RV Investigator voyage, with one of the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
With a little help, most-threatened parrot might have turned a cornerChaffeuring young orange-bellied parrots into the Tasmanian wilderness by helic
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 minutes ago
Chaffeuring young orange-bellied parrots into the Tasmanian wilderness by helicopter may be helping the species beat extinction. To mate, the tiny parrot flies from Victoria to a remote breeding ground in Melaleuca in southern Tasmania every year -... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'First hint' of a puzzling change in Southern Ocean revealed by CSIROAntarctica. Teams of scientists on the RV Investigator have been profiling the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 32 minutes ago
Antarctica. Teams of scientists on the RV Investigator have been profiling the salinity and temperature of water between Tasmania and Antarctica at 108 locations. Dr Steve Rintoul, chief scientist of the RV Investigator voyage, with one of the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Epic 3.6km butterfly swim, a tribute to hero nurseand port authorities who made him stop for passing boats. Photo: Port authorit
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
and port authorities who made him stop for passing boats. Photo: Port authorities made Mr Joscelyne wait for the Spirit of Tasmania to pass. (Supplied: Kimberly and Liam Scanlon) So what motivates someone to undertake such a gruelling... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian Liberals vow to resurrect anti-protest laws to stop workplace 'invasion'Anti-protest laws found unconstitutional by High Court to be resurrected by Tas
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
Anti-protest laws found unconstitutional by High Court to be resurrected by Tasmanian Liberals The Tasmanian Liberal Government will resurrect controversial anti-protest laws if elected next month, this time vowing to fix measures the High Court... Read more
2h
TheBull
Record Indian and Chinese touristswarm weather. Some tourists are now venturing further afield to regional areas
TheBull / Posted 2 hours ago
warm weather. Some tourists are now venturing further afield to regional areas. The Bridestowe Lavender Estate in Nabowla Tasmania, for example, has experienced an estimated fourfold increase in tourists undertaking farm tours over the past... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Man found guilty of bashing friend to death during camping trip Hobart man found guilty of bashing friend to death during camping trip A Tasma
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
Hobart man found guilty of bashing friend to death during camping trip A Tasmanian man has been found guilty of the bashing murder of his friend during a camping trip last June. Donald William Crow, 39, had been hit and kicked multiple times and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Secret hiding in this $2099 laptopHEAT is marvellous if you’re cooking, living in Tasmania during the winter or l
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 hours ago
HEAT is marvellous if you’re cooking, living in Tasmania during the winter or looking for an awesome heist movie to watch. It is not, however, great when you’re trying to squeeze more power out of high-end consumer tech. More power generates more... Read more
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News.com.au
Tas Libs to re-introduce anti-protest lawsAnti-protest laws struck down by the High Court last year as being "unconstitut
News.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
Anti-protest laws struck down by the High Court last year as being "unconstitutional" could be reintroduced in Tasmania if the Liberal Party is re-elected on March 3. The laws were passed in 2014 in a bid to prevent forestry operations being... Read more
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Canberra Times
WNCL: ACT Meteors' season comes to a close as Erin Burns stars against Tasmaniathe future. The Meteors brought down the curtain on their ill-fated WNCL campa
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
the future. The Meteors brought down the curtain on their ill-fated WNCL campaign with a comprehensive 86-run drubbing of Tasmania at the Kingston Twin Ovals on Sunday. Meteors captain Erin Osborne admits the ACT didn't enter the final two games... Read more
5h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The AFL thinks it knows what you don't like about AFLXwhat the AFL should be — and that is community football," he said. "Because at
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
what the AFL should be — and that is community football," he said. "Because at the same time that they're doing this and trying to experiment, there are parts of the Aussie Rules heartland — like Tasmania — which is really struggling at the mome... Read more
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News.com.au
Fire alarm alerts couple to burning houseRichmond couple had a lucky escape from their burning home early this morning a
News.com.au / Posted 6 hours ago
Richmond couple had a lucky escape from their burning home early this morning after they were awoken by a fire alarm. Tasmanian Fire Service crews were called to the fire at Walworth Rd about 1.20am and were confronted with flames coming out... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The chemistry of eggshell colourseggs come in many colours, though not fluoro yellow. Yet. Nathan Kilah, senior
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
eggs come in many colours, though not fluoro yellow. Yet. Nathan Kilah, senior lecturer in chemistry at the University of Tasmania, got interested in the chemical make-up of eggshells when he got backyard chooks. "The egg colour is directly... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra's Nick Winter bags 10 wickets in Sheffield Shield game for SA Redbackstelling him that his "time is now" - the kid from Canberra is making the most o
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
telling him that his "time is now" - the kid from Canberra is making the most of it. While Winter has been doing that, a fellow Canberra product in Tom Rogers is cutting it up for Tasmania - scoring 48, and claiming 4-9 and 3-46 against Ta... Read more
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Canberra Times
ACT has lowest number of police per capita, but we feel safest in the country rate (90.6) of people feeling safe at home alone during the night. Canberrans
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
rate (90.6) of people feeling safe at home alone during the night. Canberrans reported the second highest response, behind Tasmania, of feelings of safety while walking alone in their neighbourhood during the day (91.9 per cent) and at night (56... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Should vaping be banned in smoke-free areas?remains one of the last states in Australia to ban e-cigarettes in smoke-free p
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 hours ago
remains one of the last states in Australia to ban e-cigarettes in smoke-free public spaces. Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, and the Australian Capital Territory have already nixed vaping in smoke-free zones. “E-cigarettes have been proven... Read more
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News.com.au
These suburbs under $400,000 are tipped to outshine Sydneythe southern capitals. Propertyology managing director Simon Pressley said the
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
the southern capitals. Propertyology managing director Simon Pressley said the list included nine in Queensland, four in Tasmania, five in South Australia, eight in Victoria, nine in New South Wales, three in Western Australia and one in the... Read more
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News.com.au
Truck rollover closes road in state’s NorthThe Tasmania Police badge Source:News Corp Australia A TRUCK rollover has clo
News.com.au / Posted 12 hours ago
The Tasmania Police badge Source:News Corp Australia A TRUCK rollover has closed Lillico Rd at Forth in the state’s north this morning. Police, ambulance, and fire crews are attending the crash, which occured about 5.30am. The truck driver’s... Read more
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Daily Mail
Melbourne couple has sex in hotels for erotic blogmotion of the suspended chair. She hung there happily in my arms.' Detailing t
Daily Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
motion of the suspended chair. She hung there happily in my arms.' Detailing their experience at the VDL in Stanley, Tasmania, Ms D'Argent described their entry to the hotel as a 'stairway to seventh heaven' 'Bathed in sunlight, I lifted... Read more
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News.com.au
Voting kicks off todayVOTING in the State Election will kick off today as pre-polling centres open ac
News.com.au / Posted 18 hours ago
VOTING in the State Election will kick off today as pre-polling centres open across Tasmania. Centres in Hobart, Glenorchy, Kingston and Sorell as well as Launceston, Burnie and Devonport will open today for people unable to attend a polling place... Read more
18h
Sydney Morning Herald
ACT has lowest number of police per capita, but we feel safest in the country rate (90.6) of people feeling safe at home alone during the night. Canberrans
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
rate (90.6) of people feeling safe at home alone during the night. Canberrans reported the second highest response, behind Tasmania, of feelings of safety while walking alone in their neighbourhood during the day (91.9 per cent) and at night (56... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
The Mercury: We’re for TasmaniaEvery day, our dedicated — Tasmanian — team comes to work determined to do all
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 18 hours ago
Every day, our dedicated — Tasmanian — team comes to work determined to do all the good we can in serving this state that we love. And because of that hard work by the thousands of Tasmanians who have clocked on for a shift at the Mercury, our story... Read more
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News.com.au
The Mercury: We’re for Tasmania— as it has done for every single one of the 59,765 days since that first Mercu
News.com.au / Posted 18 hours ago
— as it has done for every single one of the 59,765 days since that first Mercury was printed. Every day, our dedicated — Tasmanian — team comes to work determined to do all the good we can in serving this state that we love. And because of that... Read more
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The Age
Jim Molan at least brings something different to federal politicsa decade. Labor’s Mike Kelly from New South Wales had a long military career,
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
a decade. Labor’s Mike Kelly from New South Wales had a long military career, including service in Iraq. Independent Andrew Wilkie from Tasmania served as an infantry officer for more than a decade before going to the Office of National Assessme... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Devonport fruit fly fumigation suspended as staff fall illexposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPI
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 21 hours ago
exposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPIPWE reported the incident to WorkSafe Tasmania and the [Community and Public Sector Union] on the morning of Wednesday 14 February after two staff reported feeling... Read more
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The Courier
Devonport fruit fly fumigation suspended as staff fall illexposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPI
The Courier / Posted 21 hours ago
exposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPIPWE reported the incident to WorkSafe Tasmania and the [Community and Public Sector Union] on the morning of Wednesday 14 February after two staff reported feeling... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Devonport fruit fly fumigation suspended as staff fall illexposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPI
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 21 hours ago
exposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPIPWE reported the incident to WorkSafe Tasmania and the [Community and Public Sector Union] on the morning of Wednesday 14 February after two staff reported feeling... Read more
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Western Advocate
Devonport fruit fly fumigation suspended as staff fall illexposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPI
Western Advocate / Posted 21 hours ago
exposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPIPWE reported the incident to WorkSafe Tasmania and the [Community and Public Sector Union] on the morning of Wednesday 14 February after two staff reported feeling... Read more
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Manning River Times
Devonport fruit fly fumigation suspended as staff fall illexposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPI
Manning River Times / Posted 21 hours ago
exposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPIPWE reported the incident to WorkSafe Tasmania and the [Community and Public Sector Union] on the morning of Wednesday 14 February after two staff reported feeling... Read more
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The North West Star
Devonport fruit fly fumigation suspended as staff fall illexposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPI
The North West Star / Posted 21 hours ago
exposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPIPWE reported the incident to WorkSafe Tasmania and the [Community and Public Sector Union] on the morning of Wednesday 14 February after two staff reported feeling... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Devonport fruit fly fumigation suspended as staff fall illexposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPI
Daily Liberal / Posted 21 hours ago
exposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPIPWE reported the incident to WorkSafe Tasmania and the [Community and Public Sector Union] on the morning of Wednesday 14 February after two staff reported feeling... Read more
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The Border Mail
Devonport fruit fly fumigation suspended as staff fall illexposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPI
The Border Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
exposed to methyl bromide during fumigation work on Tuesday, February 13. “DPIPWE reported the incident to WorkSafe Tasmania and the [Community and Public Sector Union] on the morning of Wednesday 14 February after two staff reported feeling... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra's Nick Winter bags 10 wickets in Sheffield Shield game for SA Redbackstelling him that his "time is now" - the kid from Canberra is making the most o
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
telling him that his "time is now" - the kid from Canberra is making the most of it. While Winter has been doing that, a fellow Canberra product in Tom Rogers is cutting it up for Tasmania - scoring 48, and claiming 4-9 and 3-46 against Ta... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
A heart-warming, inspiring womangirl. The Tamworth women’s group Zonta is delighted to have Fiona Coote as the
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
girl. The Tamworth women’s group Zonta is delighted to have Fiona Coote as their special guest this year. She lives in Tasmania these days but is back to take centre stage of the Zonta International Women’s Day evening this Friday, March... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fruit fly fumigation halted after staff fall illFruit fly fumigation halted after Tasmanian biosecurity workers fall ill The D
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Fruit fly fumigation halted after Tasmanian biosecurity workers fall ill The Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE) has suspended fumigation at a fruit fly control zone while it investigates concerns four of its... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian scooter titles have kids flying high If you think scooters are nothing more than a fad for children — you're wrong
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
If you think scooters are nothing more than a fad for children — you're wrong. Far from dead, the Australasian Scooter Association (ASA) claims scooter riding is the fastest-growing action sport in... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Australian cricket’s next big thingbatting, with Mark Steketee and Luke Feldman taking two wickets apiece in an in
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
batting, with Mark Steketee and Luke Feldman taking two wickets apiece in an innings that has lasted for 124 overs. TASMANIA V WESTERN AUSTRALIA Tasmania have thrashed an inexperienced Western Australia by an innings and 87 runs in their... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Aussie cricket’s next big thing smashes maiden tonbatting, with Mark Steketee and Luke Feldman taking two wickets apiece in an in
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
batting, with Mark Steketee and Luke Feldman taking two wickets apiece in an innings that has lasted for 124 overs. TASMANIA V WESTERN AUSTRALIA Tasmania have thrashed an inexperienced Western Australia by an innings and 87 runs in their... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
WNCL: ACT Meteors' season comes to a close as Erin Burns stars against Tasmaniathe future. The Meteors brought down the curtain on their ill-fated WNCL campa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
the future. The Meteors brought down the curtain on their ill-fated WNCL campaign with a comprehensive 86-run drubbing of Tasmania at the Kingston Twin Ovals on Sunday. Meteors captain Erin Osborne admits the ACT didn't enter the final two games... Read more
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Herald Sun
Quick Jess Fox makes early season markand local paddlers at Penrith on Sunday. Fox lead home an all-Aussie sweep of
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
and local paddlers at Penrith on Sunday. Fox lead home an all-Aussie sweep of the podium as she beat sister Noemie and Tasmania young gun Kate Eckhardt. “We are all training partners so it was great to see us all do so well,’’ Fox said after... Read more
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The Age
WNCL: ACT Meteors' season comes to a close as Erin Burns stars against Tasmaniamany glimpses of promise and have established a solid platform to build on in t
The Age / Posted yesterday
many glimpses of promise and have established a solid platform to build on in the future. The Meteors brought down the curtain on their ill-fated WNCL campaign with a comprehensive 86-run drubbing of Tasmania at the Kingston Twin Ovals on... Read more
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WA Today
Tasmania thrash weakened WA in Sheffield Shield matchTasmania have thrashed an inexperienced Western Australia by an innings and 87
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Tasmania have thrashed an inexperienced Western Australia by an innings and 87 runs in their Sheffield Shield match at Bellerive Oval. Tigers skipper George Bailey lauded his young pace battery after they wrapped up victory before lunch on day... Read more
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News.com.au
Australian cricket’s next big thingbatting, with Mark Steketee and Luke Feldman taking two wickets apiece in an in
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
batting, with Mark Steketee and Luke Feldman taking two wickets apiece in an innings that has lasted for 124 overs. TASMANIA V WESTERN AUSTRALIA Tasmania have thrashed an inexperienced Western Australia by an innings and 87 runs in their... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Liberals election promise to ban some bikie colours as part of 'war on ice'of criminal offences. Liberal police spokesman Rene Hidding would not name par
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
of criminal offences. Liberal police spokesman Rene Hidding would not name particular gangs that could be affected. "In Tasmania, we have ice in the community in ways that are deeply concerning," Mr Hidding said. "It is important that we get at... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tasmania thrash weakened WA in Sheffield Shield matchTasmania have thrashed an inexperienced Western Australia by an innings and 87
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Tasmania have thrashed an inexperienced Western Australia by an innings and 87 runs in their Sheffield Shield match at Bellerive Oval. Tigers skipper George Bailey lauded his young pace battery after they wrapped up victory before lunch on day... Read more
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The Age
Tasmania thrash weakened WA in Sheffield Shield matchTasmania allrounder Tom Rogers (3-46) ran through the tail, after taking 4-9 fr
The Age / Posted yesterday
Tasmania allrounder Tom Rogers (3-46) ran through the tail, after taking 4-9 from three overs in WA's first innings and hitting a valuable 48 with the bat. "He's a captain's dream and always has a real crack. He has a real knack of taking wickets,"... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Renewable energy is powering jobs in the regionsregional Australia and there’s one industry to thank – the renewable energy sec
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
regional Australia and there’s one industry to thank – the renewable energy sector. From places like Gordon in southern Tasmania to Pindari in north-east NSW, new solar installations, windfarms, battery arrays, solar towers and pumped hydro... Read more
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The Courier
Renewable energy is powering jobs in the regionsregional Australia and there’s one industry to thank – the renewable energy sec
The Courier / Posted yesterday
regional Australia and there’s one industry to thank – the renewable energy sector. From places like Gordon in southern Tasmania to Pindari in north-east NSW, new solar installations, windfarms, battery arrays, solar towers and pumped hydro... Read more
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News.com.au
Aussie cricket’s next big thing smashes maiden toncontrasted with low scores during the second half of the Shield season, after t
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
contrasted with low scores during the second half of the Shield season, after the introduction of the English Dukes ball. TASMANIA V WESTERN AUSTRALIA Tasmania have thrashed an inexperienced Western Australia by an innings and 87 runs in their... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Labor promises to dump Tasmanian public school fees, provide free school buses if elected The Tasmanian Labor Party will scrap pu
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
, provide free school buses if elected The Tasmanian Labor Party will scrap public school fees for students if it wins next month's state election. Labor leader Rebecca White used her address at... Read more
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