comings soon aft wings seafm 2019

comings soon aft wings seafm 2019

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State test clinics to screen for more illnesses

Tasmania's PCR labs will be expanding services this week, to offer more protection for local communities. From Tuesday August 9, laboratories will be testing swabs for Covid-19, as well as Influenza A, Influenza B and Respiratory...

Tasmania records four more Covid linked deaths

Tasmania has recorded four more COVID linked deaths in the past 24 hours. A man and a women in their 80s in the North-West, a man in his 70s in the North, and a man in...

Tasmanian waters earmarked for wind energy zone

The Bass Strait region has been chosen as a proposed offshore wind energy zone. The area has been named as one of the top options for offshore wind energy generation in the country by the national...

Tasmania's Coronavirus death toll tops 150

Tasmania's Coronavirus toll has climbed once more. A man in his 70s has passed away in the North of the State overnight, taking the count to 152 since the pandemic first began. Public Health is reporting 651...

Queenstown woman accused of driving at 4 times the legal limit

Police are reminding motorists of the dangers of drink driving, after a traffic stop on the West Coast. Yesterday, patrols pulled over a 35-year-old in Queenstown after spotting her driving erratically. The woman took a breath analysis...

Police investigate Granton shooting

Police are appealing for witnesses after a firearm discharge in the State's south. Officers were called to the scene at around 3:00am this morning, after a Granton residence was shot at. The occupants of the Black Snake...

AFL team dream decision looms

Wrangling around the shape of what is needed to arrive at Tasmania having its own AFL team carries on. The state government's proposition of $750 million covered stadium at Regatta Point is apparently at odds with...

Spud farmers offered price increase

The Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association has recommended Coastal potato growers reluctantly accept an offer from processor Simplot to increase their price by $105 a tonne.   Farmers have been hit by rises in fuel and fertiiliser...

New ambos to help hospital backlog on the Coast

New community paramedics have started work across the state as part of a plan to reducing demand on hospitals, by treating patients at home, including on the North-West Coast.   The new service will provide an additional...

Nurses strike action not off the table yet

Planned industrial action by nurses at the Mersey Community Hospital at Latrobe and North West Regional Hospital in Burnie hasn't been ruled out by their union while members consider an offer made by Premier and...