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, Jun 15, 2016
The former Tasmanian mining minister used an email account at his mining company while holding the portfolio. But he says it's fine, as he had a filter to stop him seeing things he shouldn't.
, Jun 09, 2016
Climate change and related flooding is not a surprise. Should we be paying for rich people to build new pools?
, Jun 08, 2016
Freelance journalist and Tasmanian Times contributing editor Bob Burton asks, why is AMP so interested in supporting the Tasmanian Liberals?
, Jun 07, 2016
The storm has brought Malcolm Turnbull to Tasmania -- but Bass, Braddon and Lyons had has attention anyway.
, May 26, 2016
The Tasmanian budget will be delivered today. Although it might have some good news in the short term, in the long term the Apple Isle's prospects don't look good.
, Apr 11, 2016
The Abetzes -- Eric and Peter -- are throwing their weight around. Plus: what on earth is going on in Queensland?
, Feb 04, 2016
As fires ravage Tasmania's pristine areas, writer and Launceston bushwalking guide Bert Spinks mourns for the beautiful places that are no more.
, Nov 05, 2015
The tide of public opinion is turning against pokies in Tasmania. And MONA's David Walsh looks set yet again to come up trumps. Economist and accountant John Lawrence explains.
, Jul 31, 2015
Nick McKim has held a seat for the outer Hobart division of Franklin in the state’s lower house since 2002. But who is he, exactly?
, May 06, 2015
Christine Milne leaves politics with her party at record strength -- an outcome that looked unlikely when she took over as leader.
, Apr 14, 2015
The Tasmanian government's proposed expansion of the tourism industry threatens everything great about Tassie's wilderness, writes Bert Spinks, freelance writer and bushwalking guide on the Overland Track.
, Apr 02, 2015
Jacqui Lambie wants to form her own political party. But will she be able to reach the heights of Pauline Hanson's One Nation?
, Jan 08, 2015
Proposed new defamation laws for Tasmania could have an Australia-wide chilling effect on free speech.
, Nov 14, 2014
Authorities are considering introducing Tasmanian devils onto Wilson's Prom to decrease the feral cat population. But biologist Allen Greer says there's little evidence the devils will make any difference.
, Oct 28, 2014
The loss of the local editions of 7.30, which used to be called Stateline, have prompted a fierce reaction, and a look at the ratings helps reveal why.
, Oct 01, 2014
Two BRW rich listers have donated thousands of dollars to prevent a feasibility study into a wind farm off the coast of Tasmania.
, Sep 26, 2014
Tasmania's woodchip industry is uncompetitive, overseas demand has dried up, and Australian plants are closing. So why on earth are loggers still talking about the closed Triabunna woodchip mill as if it could be reopened?
, Jul 03, 2014
Tasmania punches well above its weight in terms of political influence -- and the state's aluminium smelting industry is not happy with keeping the Renewable Energy Target.