The Greens Member for Denison since 2008, Cassy is a mother of four, a former journalist and community activist in the successful Save Ralphs Bay campaign.
Elise Archer was elected as the Liberal Member for Denison in the House of Assembly in 2010.
Scott was educated at Campbell Street Primary, Cosgrove High and Elizabeth College, before attending the University of Tasmania and completing a degree in Economics.
Barbara Etter APM was the inaugural CEO of the state’s Integrity Commission.
Matthew is a seventh generation Tasmanian who lives in Hobart with his wife Ruth and their three young children, Chloe, Josh and Meg.
Julian Amos is a former MP and Minister in the Tasmanian Government.
Peter Forrest has lived in Tasmania for 70 years and there are few residents more passionate about the island state.
Deborah De Williams was the first woman to run around Australia, the first woman to walk around Australia, ultra marathoner, adventurer, breast cancer survivor, world and Australian record holder, Tasmanian Australian of the Year 2011, motivational speaker, philanthropist, founding director of the charity Running Pink and passionate cancer campaigner.
Sharon grew up at Oatlands, is a long-term member of the Labor Party a member of the Glenorchy Branch and lives in Moonah.
A qualified electrical engineer, Mark is now a full-time dad looking after his one-year-old daughter and three teenage stepchildren.
Your morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond.
At 50 metres above the ground, crane operator Allan Dickenson reckons he's got the best office in Launceston
Launceston opera singer, Samuel Dundas, is performing in an opera world first – a silent opera.
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Worksafe Tasmania Month 2016 runs from October 3 to 28, putting the spotlight on workplace health and safety.
Launceston’s Lela Spotswood will captain the Tasmanian team at the national female diversity championships in Shepparton.
Young Southern rider Angus Calvert bounced back from surgery to win Launceston City Cycling Club’s 54-kilometre road race around Hillwood.