A man has been found guilty of blowing up his car in a failed attempt to kill himself and his children.
A Facebook friendship could mean a second senior magistrate ruling himself out of hearing a serious driving charge against Tasmania's DPP.
The latest NAPLAN report card shows significant improvements in the numeracy performance of Tasmania's Year 3 students.
The jury has retired in the attempted murder trial of a Tasmanian man accused of trying to kill his two young sons in a car fire.
A Hobart court has heard 'legal navel gazing' is causing stress for the family of a woman killed in a head-on crash with Tasmania's Director of Public Prosecutions.
Same-sex marriage is shaping as a state election issue in Tasmania, where Labor is vowing to try again to enact the social change.
The Federal Communications Minister concedes not every Tasmanian house will have fibre-to-the-home connection in the rollout of the National Broadband Network.
An economic report predicts the Holden shutdown will cost Tasmania up to 900 jobs.
Half of Tasmanians are illiterate and it is crippling the state's economy, but experts warn there will be no easy way out.
A Tasmanian man accused of trying to kill his children by blowing up a car has told the Supreme Court in Burnie he did not start the fire deliberately.
Tasmanian poppy growers are concerned about Victorian plans to allow a commercial poppy industry from next year.
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