It is hoped a new art project in which participants are asked to give urine samples will help shine a light on a major environmental problem.
A Tasmanian mayor has been presented with a prestigious French medal recognising citizens' achievements while living abroad.
The damages bill from a fire at a south-east Tasmanian timber mill last night is expected to reach $250,000.
A Tasmanian group has been told its plan to place headstones on the unmarked graves of World War One soldiers does not qualify for government funding.
Fire fighters have extinguished a blaze at a timber mill in Tasmania's south-east.
A Senator-elect has stepped up his campaign to convince the Federal Government to penalise Tasmania this time claiming its economy is in worse shape than Greece.
The Mount Lyell copper mine at Queenstown will remain closed for at least another month.
A depiction of Tasmania's highlands has taken out the country's richest landscape art prize.
Economists have criticised Tasmania's political leaders as lacking the courage to propose the tough measures they say are needed to revive the state economy.
A week out from Tasmania's election, the Premier has opened up about policy, political life and the future of her leadership.
Sixteen years of Labor rule in Tasmania looks likely to end on March 15.
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