This is without doubt the most important election I have been involved in.
Brian attended Trevallyn Primary School and Riverside High School before graduating from Launceston College in 1993.
I am asking for your support so that I can continue to stand up for you and your community.
Married with two children, Mark is a former electrical mechanical engineer in the Royal Australian Army.
I entered political life determined to make a difference and that is just what Tasmanians are asking for right now.
Michelle O’Byrne has devoted her adult life to helping working-class people and those less fortunate in the community.
As a young professional woman who has lived and worked on the mainland and overseas I know that Bass offers a lifestyle second to none.
A former business owner, Tim is now serves as a councillor on his local council in George Town.
I have spent the past four years planting and developing a small vineyard in the Tamar Valley and in that time have experienced first-hand the challenges facing small business owners in Northern Tasmania and have witnessed capable people leaving our region in search of work.
Senka was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1984 and arrived in Australia with her family at the age of 10.
Tasmania Fire service is monitoring the use of drones interstate.
The Examiner was given unlimited access to Daniel Geale ahead of his fight on October 14.
The historic apple shed at Beauty Point, once used to pack apples and pears, has been given new ...
The second round of the Cricket North women’s competition for season 2016-17 is set to hit off
THE Northern Tasmanian Footballl Association will vote on Tuesday night whether or not to accept a proposal from ...
Walking into Don and Jenny Massey’s house is a child’s dream, every corner holds toy treasures.
An event at Longford brought together Tasmanians impacted by kidney disease.