The Examiner
Monday, 26 February 2024
Arts
An exhibition of acclaimed painter's works has arrived at the Clarendon Arms.
Declan Durrant • 58m ago
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Crime
Man charged with aggravated assault and attempted escape.
Sandy Powell • 2hrs ago
The 20-year-old will be off the road for several months.
Joe Colbrook • 2hrs ago
Police said officers on patrol picked up the 20-year-old driving at double the signposted 50kmh speed limit on February 25. Picture by Paul Scambler
'Hopefully the kids here stay and try and build on that.'
Ben Hann
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ACL's Troy Huggins and Daniel Summers. Picture by Paul Scambler
Divers were searching for the bodies of Mr Davies and Mr Baird.
Anna Houlahan Peter Brewer
Constable Beau Lamarre-Condon (bottom right) charged in relation to the murder of former TV presenter Jesse Baird and partner Luke Davies. Police are searching a rural property near Goulburn (main picture) while investigations continue at Mr Baird's Paddington home (top left). Pictures Instagram/ABC/AAP/Burney Wong
Added every four years, removed every 100, re-added every 400.
Emma Horn
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Why is February 29 added to the calendar every four years, and what would happen if it wasn't there?
Stays in one of the suites reportedly costs $38,000 per night.
Jade Lazarevic
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Inside the luxury presidential villa pop star Taylor Swift is reportedly staying in at Sydney's Crown Towers. Picture from Crown Towers
Our People
Reverend Lee Shirvill will be inducted this Wednesday evening.
Annika Rhoades • 28m ago
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The packed day out at the pool ended in a few founderings.
Declan Durrant
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Ollie Reid, 10, from Riverdsale and his Delorean MkII boat after winning his event. at Youngtown Rotary's Soggy Bottom Regatta. Picture by Craig George
Tasmanian Labor leader believes federal counterparts should pay.
Matt Maloney
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An agreement between the federal and state government over Marinus Link was renegotiated last year.
Grants to be given to low-income Tasmanians to reduce energy costs.
Matt Maloney
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The Greens say power bills on average increased by $210 in 2023.
'It was great for the pups to lead the attack for us today.'
Ben Hann
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'It's about having a smile, a chat and a good conversation.'
Aaron Smith
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Businesses aren't sticking their nose up at either party's promises.
Declan Durrant
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Liberal candidate for Bass Sarah Quaile, Tidal Cafe owner Jack Davern and Premier Jeremy Rockliff. Picture supplied
Check out our best shots from the Cricket North women's decider.
Brian Allen
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Key objective to make money from mainland trading to be scrapped.
Matt Maloney
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Hydro Tasmania exports power to the mainland through the Basslink undersea cable.
'I'm relieved, that was so bloody stressful out there.'
Ben Hann
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'We're doing something brand new for Stompin' with this work.'
Declan Durrant
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Stompin' Youth Dance Company will return with a new project this year - and a new approach. Picture by Phillip Biggs
Three firetrucks are currently attending the scene.
Aaron Smith
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A fire on the same road required water bombing from helicopters on February 18. Picture by Paul Scambler
It seemed so simple in theory, then I started Googling.
Maddy Fogarty • 2hrs ago
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It reached peak absurdity with the arrival of the boyfriend.
John Hanscombe • 2hrs ago
Taylor Swift during her Melbourne show on the weekend. Picture by Graham Denholm/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management
Children who experience natural disasters are more likely to earn less and face a mood or substance use disorder, costing the economy billions per year.
Kat Wong
Living through a disaster affects children's education, mental health, and eventual income: report. (Mick Tsikas/AAP PHOTOS)
Zachary Rolfe, who shot and killed teenager Kumanjayi Walker in 2019 will give his final evidence at an inquest into the death as it resumes in Alice Springs.
Neve Brissenden
Zach Rolfe will give evidence to an inquest into the death of an Indigenous teen he shot dead. (Aaron Bunch/AAP PHOTOS)
A tilt truck has removed a tender boat for forensic testing.
Sally Foy
Police attached to Strike Force Ashfordby are searching a potential crime scene at Hazelton Road, Bungonia. Picture by Burney Wong
'Hopefully the kids here stay and try and build on that.'
Ben Hann
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'It was great for the pups to lead the attack for us today.'
Ben Hann
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Greater Northern Raiders bowler Lachlan Clark celebrates a wicket. Picture by Phillip Biggs
Loss means Raiders will miss out on CTPL finals this season.
Brian Allen
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Greater Northern Raiders product Emma Manix-Geeves during the Tasmanian Tigers' WNCL premiership win. Pictures by Rick Smith
Check out our best shots from the Cricket North women's decider.
Brian Allen
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'I'm relieved, that was so bloody stressful out there.'
Ben Hann
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Nicola Carey and Emma Manix-Geeves after scoring the winning runs in the WNCL final against Queensland. Pictures by Rick Smith
Tassie greyhound 'does it tough' in cracking Group 1 field.
Brennan Ryan
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Handler Carol Martin giving cuddles to Raider's Guide after victory in the Group 1 Rookie Rebel at The Meadows on Saturday night. Picture by MGRA
Heather Graham and Emma Manix-Geeves also played starring roles.
Ben Hann
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Tasmanian Tigers wicket-keeper Emma Manix-Geeves is congratulated by her teammates. Picture by Rick Smith
Raiders surge late to post competitive total against Clarence.
Brian Allen
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Greater Northern Raiders' Miles Barnard hit a half-century on Saturday against Clarence at Kangaroo Bay Oval. Picture by Paul Scambler

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See the stunning before and after of the block now for sale.
Melissa Kehagias
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'All the hard work has been done with meticulous renovations.'
Phoebe Christofi
House of the Week | Federation home with chic upgrades
The homestead was originally used as a schoolhouse.
Hamish Geale
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The homestead at 99 Brays Road, Sheffield. Pictures supplied
The top suburbs for bargain buys in every state revealed.
This three-bedder with a large garden in the Sydney suburb of Rosemeadow is on the market for $739,950. Pic Supplied
A guide to renovating, whether your budget is $5000 or $50,000.
Jemimah Clegg
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Sellers can fully renovate their kitchen and bathroom for between $50,000 and $70,000, one expert says. Picture supplied
Tasmanian Labor leader believes federal counterparts should pay.
Matt Maloney
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Grants to be given to low-income Tasmanians to reduce energy costs.
Matt Maloney
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The Greens say power bills on average increased by $210 in 2023.
Key objective to make money from mainland trading to be scrapped.
Matt Maloney
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Hydro Tasmania exports power to the mainland through the Basslink undersea cable.
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Robin Zander reflects on Cheap Trick's first Australian tour.
Josh Leeson
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29 per cent of Aussie dads are also Swifties.
Amy Martin
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Taylor Swift fans aren't just teenage girls. Inset: Swiftie dad Adam Eslick and his two sons, Max, 10, and Damian, 12. Pictures Getty Images/TAS Management, supplied
Looking for something to do? Here are some ideas.
The Great Moscow Circus is returning to Launceston. Picture supplied
Looking for a sequined bargain? Marketplace is your friend
Amy Martin
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Swifties, Bree and Eliza, insets, are selling their Taylor Swift Eras Tour outfits after seeing the concert on the weekend. Pictures Getty Images/TAS Management, supplied
The conversation starts with AI songs. But it doesn't end there.
Amy Martin
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Will AI ever write a song as good as Taylor Swift does? And is that even the biggest threat? Picture Getty Images, TAS Management
Small, guided tours with more time to meet locals and soak up a destination are being embraced by Australian travellers seeking more authentic experiences.
An exclusive tour of Tasmania, Flinders Island, and King Island.
Emma Brown
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The Nut at Stanley. Picture Shutterstock
The Red Cross buddy program supports people across the country.
Allie and Val just clicked from the moment they met. Picture supplied
It's amazing where this relaxing tour of New South Wales will take you.
Emma Brown
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CSIRO Parkes Radio Telescope. Picture Shutterstock
Pinot grigio goes exceptionally well with many dishes that are easy to cook at home thanks to its unique citrus fruit flavour profiles and delicate sweetness.
Pinot grigio goes exceptionally well with many dishes that are easy to cook at home thanks to its unique citrus fruit flavour profiles and delicate sweetness. Picture Shutterstock

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"It's massive for St Pats moving forward into the future."
Josh Partridge
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There was no over-80s race to win, so they won the hearts of the crowd instead.
Hamish Geale
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David Axon, Alan Sumner and Norbert Schaber share a laugh after competing on Saturday. Picture by Phillip Biggs
Brett Richardson was once the king of the Launceston Airport tarmac.
Hamish Geale
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Evandale Penny Farthing and Village Fair ambassador Brett Richardson and president Carol Potter. Picture by Phillip Biggs
The family received a better outcome than they had hoped for.
Hamish Geale
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Mekong Vietnamese Restaurant owner Dan Thi Tran (centre) with daughters Linh Phuong Tran Vo Lam Phuong Tran Vo. Picture by Paul Scambler
The Soggy Bottom Cardboard Box Boat Regatta hopes to raise funds for local charity.
Annika Rhoades
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Mayor Matthew Garwood tries out a Soggy Bottom Boat at the First Basin pool, with George Manifold Event Chair and Kristine Lord of Diabetes Australia, watched by, Fletcher Smith 7, Paul Beams, Thea Smith 5, Jan Beams, Liz Bulman, Judy Kingston, Ian Smith and Leigh Dyson.
Rotary Club of Youngtown: Soggy Bottom Regatta.
Picture by Paul Scambler
Reverend Lee Shirvill will be inducted this Wednesday evening.
Annika Rhoades • 28m ago
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The global pivot away from fossil fuels could be to blame.
Ben Silvester • 41m ago
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A nationwide CO2 shortage is hitting a range of industries, particularly carbonated beverages like soft drinks, with all the major supermarkets running low.
Mr Joyce had been resisting calls to take time away.
Justine Landis-Hanley • 1hr ago
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Barnaby Joyce will take a week of leave from Parliament. Picture by Elesa Kurtz
Ali & Gaby's quick tips for big wins in understanding your money
Ali and Gaby Rosenberg • 1hr ago
How the real costs of buying your first property can add up
It seemed so simple in theory, then I started Googling.
Maddy Fogarty • 2hrs ago
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Navigating the inner workings of Service NSW left me feeling extra perplexed. Picture by Canva.
Clever design and free inclusions make this a winner.
Kristie Kellahan
Plus, a report on where Australians are travelling in 2024.
This Victorian gem has just won the Aussie Town of the Year gong
A vibrant city break sets the stage for breathtaking hikes through the Andes.
Alex Mitcheson
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From streets to peaks: Why there's nowhere else like Peru
Reykjavik is one of the world's cleanest, most eco-friendly cities.
Explore the world's northernmost capital city as part of a cruise
This region is turning heads with an ambitious arts scene.
Larissa Dubecki
vic Nicolas Regnier Hero and Leander c. 1625-26 oil on canvas National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Felton Bequest, 1955
Car Expert
The financial arm of Toyota is the subject of a class action claiming it facilitated undisclosed deals to make customers pay higher interest.
Jordan Mulach
A lobby group for electric vehicles has criticised the peak body for car brands in Australia over its claims car prices will rise under a new emissions standard.
William Stopford
Carmakers, lobby groups go to war over cost of emissions standards to new car buyers
The Leon VZ is an underappreciated bit of hot hatch kit. Using the Golf GTI as a base, it adds some spicy Spanish flair to a capable recipe.
James Wong
2024 Cupra Leon VZ review
Delta and Porsche have teamed up again to provide passengers a chance to travel to their connecting flights in a Porsche 911 GT3 RS.
Jade Credentino
Delta's new Porsche 911 GT3 RS could solve airline delays
The Subaru Solterra has been given a huge price cut in Australia – and it's come before the first cars have even been delivered.
Scott Collie
2024 Subaru Solterra electric SUV price slashed before launch
The Senior
Proposed law changes to reduce financial elder abuse.
Eileen Wood
Persistence has paid off for veterans golfer Rita Gounder.
Rowan Cowley
Rita Gounder is Western Sydney Region Veteran Golf Association's ladies player of the year. Picture supplied
Fifty per cent of people scanned by a bone bus have osteoporosis.
Eileen Wood
One of the 17 bone buses. Picture supplied

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A prominent Victorian prime lamb producer defends supermarkets.
Andrew Miller • 2hrs ago
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Landholders and vets working well under biosecurity protocols.
About 6000 cattle and sheep have been vaccinated for anthrax so far about initial detections of the disease earlier this month on two properties in Shepparton. File picture
Sought after Wimmera cropping country sells after the auction.
Chris McLennan
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Sought after cropping country on the St Helens Plains south-east of Horsham sold after the auction. Pictures: AWN Livestock and Property.
Ali & Gaby's quick tips for big wins in understanding your money
Ali and Gaby Rosenberg • 1hr ago
Birds suffer from health problems often caused by a hazard in their own home.
Colourful cockatiels are common companion birds. Picture by Joshua Wilson

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