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Sunday, 19 May 2024
Arts
'We get to ... show this beautiful region to the world.'
Declan Durrant • 2hrs ago
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Letters to the editor | May 19, 2024
Letters to the Editor
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Musical theatre festival brings life to Launceston for a fifth time.
Saree Salter
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Year 10 student Emma Medwin of St Michael's Collegiate in Hobart, 15 year-old Sebastian Cox and 18 year-old Anna Oldfield of Adelaide with year 12 Launceston College student Charlotte Nickham. Picture by Paul Scambler
A man has stabbed a police officer in the head during an altercation in Sydney's central business district.
Kat Wong • 16m ago
A police officer has been stabbed by a man in one of Sydney's busiest areas. (Steven Saphore/AAP PHOTOS)
Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong says the government is working to get Australians out of New Caledonia as the death toll from the civil unrest rises to six.
Keira Jenkins • 1hr ago
About 300 Australians are stranded in New Caledonia, where France has imposed a state of emergency. (AP PHOTO)
It comes as she upgrades to a $12.5 million home.
Jen Melocco
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Bold wallpapers and furnishings featured in period rooms with original marble fireplaces. Pic: Supplied
Arts
Tasmania's Van Diemen's Band is bringing its Lunchbox Concerts to town.
Declan Durrant
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Rescue helicopter on its way to the scene.
Jess Flint
Police officers. File picture.
Police say the men are known to each other.
Sarah Fittock
Pedestrian and vehicle involved in a crash at Devonport. File Picture.
Opinion
EDITORIAL: Balancing Act: Navigating conflicting views in news reporting
Craig Thomson
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'All we see is this pole growing and it's raising alarm bells.'
Aaron Smith
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Bell Bay and stills from an instructional video about how a cable facility operates. Pictures supplied
Draft legislation threatens to 'limit parents' choices'.
Hamish Geale
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The Kings Meadows fast food strip has a new arrival.
Hamish Geale
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Sushi Plus has replaced Polka Molka in Kings Meadows. Pictures by Phillip Biggs, Google Maps
The numbers boost doesn't appear likely to lessen Ministers' workloads.
Brian Wightman
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A look inside parliament house. File picture
The incorrect scoreboard was adjusted after the final siren.
Brian Allen
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Longford's Jaidyn Harris leaps high above Rocherlea's Dakota Bannister at Rocherlea on Saturday. Pictures by Paul Scambler
Wrap of all NTFAW premier and division one action.
Ben Hann
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Kingborough kill off Northern hopes in both senior cups.
Rob Shaw
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Riverside's Abdelkhalig Abdelrasoul and Kingborough's Alex Brown vie for possession. Pictures by Paul Scambler
Lilydale win one-point thriller, stay unbeaten in 2024.
Ben Hann
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'A night full of adventure is a great way to keep warm'.
Declan Durrant
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Penny Royal is adding 'Cliff Nights' - a nightime zipline and cliff climb experience - to its winter roster. Pictures supplied
The Pine Lake Walk showcases one of the state's rare native trees.
Rob Shaw
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The Pine Lake walk is made a doddle of a waddle courtesy of duckboards. Picture by Phillip Biggs
Police allege Ulises Davila was the leader in the alleged corruption.
Carla Mascarenhas
'It got past the breakwater and out into the open sea.'
Katrina Lovell
Jordyn Murphy saved racehorse Cleitus after he started swimming out to sea and behind the breakwater when he tripped on seaweed. Picture by Anthony Brady
The woman was forced to buy four MacBooks.
Anna Houlahan
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CCTV captures the alleged abductor as he carries four MacBook computers. Picture supplied
You could be fined for sifting through a neighbour's bins.
Jessica Belzycki
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The rubbish in your bin may not belong to you. Picture by Jonathan Carroll
The couple have had to hide their relationship for the past six months.
Megan Doherty
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Farmer Wants a Wife star Joe Bobbin in Canberra this week. Picture by Karleen Minney
The incorrect scoreboard was adjusted after the final siren.
Brian Allen
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Longford's Jaidyn Harris leaps high above Rocherlea's Dakota Bannister at Rocherlea on Saturday. Pictures by Paul Scambler
Wrap of all NTFAW premier and division one action.
Ben Hann
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Bridgenorth's Alice Robinson is chased by OLs' Anastasia Hovington. Picture by Craig George
Kingborough kill off Northern hopes in both senior cups.
Rob Shaw
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Lilydale win one-point thriller, stay unbeaten in 2024.
Ben Hann
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Lilydale's Jordan Russell and Tyson Watts tackle Old Scotch's Fletcher Seymour. Pictures by Craig George
Hard work pays off for Launceston teen going to pinnacle event.
Brian Allen
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Canoe polo star Jethro Bates at Launceston Aquatic Centre in 2023. Pictures by Rod Thompson
'They've done everything they can to help support us.'
Ben Hann
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Montanna Eastley (inset) has been amazed by the support from her football club and the Meander Valley community. Pictures by Rod Thompson, supplied
Worldwide there are 0.7-4.1 cases per million people.
Josh Partridge
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Seth Matic with his favourite St Kilda player Max King. Picture by St Kilda Football Club

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The St John Street home dates back to the 1840s.
Hamish Geale
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McDonald's could soon become Launceston's most prolific chain.
Hamish Geale
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Greater Launceston could soon be home to five McDonald's stores. Digitally altered image. Picture by Paul Scambler
An investor paid $3.2 million for a site that neighbours the LGH precinct.
Hamish Geale
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The Bathurst Street building housing Another Computer Store and Trailers Tasmania has been sold to a Launceston investor. Picture supplied
The Kings Meadows fast food strip has a new arrival.
Hamish Geale
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'It's a chapter we'll cherish forever.'
Hamish Geale
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Frankie's coffee house arrived in the former Franco's building in George Street last September. Picture supplied
It comes as she upgrades to a $12.5 million home.
Jen Melocco
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Bold wallpapers and furnishings featured in period rooms with original marble fireplaces. Pic: Supplied
Only about one-quarter of all requests received full information.
Matt Maloney
$11 million for Launceston Community Precinct granted.
Duncan Bailey
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A rendering of the Launceston City Mission Community Precinct. File picture
"It is my expectation that this does not happen again."
Matt Maloney
The Family Violence Counselling and Support Service offers professional and specialised services to assist children, young people and adults affected by family violence.
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Looking for something to do? Here are some ideas.
Looking for something to do? Here are some ideas.
The Australian Musical Theatre Festival is returning for its fifth year to bring music to the "most unlikely places". Picture supplied
And here's some delicious recipes from Sarah Pound.
Karen Hardy
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Try Sarah Pound's express family lamb moussaka for dinner tonight. Picture by Mark Roper
"I probably cried more watching that than the birth of my kids."
Josh Leeson
Anna Prchniak as Gita Fuhrmannova and Jonah Hauer-King as Lale Sokolov in The Tattooist of Auschwitz. Picture Stan
Looking for something to do? Here are some ideas.
Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons director Antonio Zanchetta with IO Performance's co-founder Chris Jackson. Picture by Paul Scambler
Travel through the Panama Canal on a ship built for maximum enjoyment.
Emma Brown
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Sit back and see the best of New Zealand on this sweeping rail and coach tour.
Emma Brown
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Queenstown on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. Picture Shutterstock
Drink in history and the future with a tasting adventure of award-winning Barossa shiraz.
Rosie Ryan
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The Northern Lights hold a fascination for humans the world over.
Emma Brown
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The polar lights in Norway. Picture Shutterstock
Upgrading the litter tray can improve your cat's health and decrease odour.
Elizabeth Habermann
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PetSafe is dedicated to enhancing the bond between pets and their families through innovative pet care solutions with the ScoopFree automatic litter tray their latest product. Picture PetSafe

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Draft legislation threatens to 'limit parents' choices'.
Hamish Geale
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'They've done everything they can to help support us.'
Ben Hann
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Montanna Eastley (inset) has been amazed by the support from her football club and the Meander Valley community. Pictures by Rod Thompson, supplied
Worldwide there are 0.7-4.1 cases per million people.
Josh Partridge
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Seth Matic with his favourite St Kilda player Max King. Picture by St Kilda Football Club
Kaye Pickett didn't live in Evandale long, but she made the most of it.
Hamish Geale
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Kaye Pickett at her home in Launceston. Picture by Phillip Biggs
The CBD's second-oldest bookshop will close in July.
Hamish Geale
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Malcolm Nicholson's second-hand bookstore has been a staple of the CBD for 33 years. Pictures by Paul Scambler
Government plans to consult on tenancy rights at tourist parks.
Annika Rhoades and Joe Colbrook • 6m ago
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Letters to the editor | May 19, 2024
Letters to the Editor
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Should the federal government's energy rebate have been skewed towards low-income earners? File picture
Musical theatre festival brings life to Launceston for a fifth time.
Saree Salter
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Year 10 student Emma Medwin of St Michael's Collegiate in Hobart, 15 year-old Sebastian Cox and 18 year-old Anna Oldfield of Adelaide with year 12 Launceston College student Charlotte Nickham. Picture by Paul Scambler
Tasmania's Van Diemen's Band is bringing its Lunchbox Concerts to town.
Declan Durrant
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Van Diemen's Band is bring bite-size concerts to Launceston for the first time with it's 'Lunchbox series'. Picture by Albert Comper
It's a hard choice, but our duelling experts are here to help.
Mal Chenu and Amy Cooper
Raise a glass to some of the country's out-there outback pubs.
John Borthwick
Way-out watering holes: Our pick of Australia's best outback pubs
Explore Waikiki through the legacy of one of its greats.
Caden Helmers
Secret Hawaii: An epic way to experience Honolulu's famed Waikiki Beach
Johor Bahru is often overlooked yet brims with cultural delights.
Michael Turtle
Hidden in plain sight: The Malaysian city you should visit next
Car Expert
No matter how good your fake number plate might look, if it's not issued by the state authority, it is illegal to use.
Matt Campbell
The Jeep brand was built on simple, rugged off-roaders, and the Wrangler-based Shortcut concept embraces this heritage.
Simon Christie
Why Jeep needs to sell this back-to-basics off-roader
Here's how warranty works in a nutshell – and whether you have to service within a dealer network to get it.
Max Davies
Does servicing outside your dealership void your warranty?
New car pricing is more complicated than you think. Here are the elements that add up to a drive-away price.
Josh Nevett
What's included in the drive-away price of a new car?
The flagship petrol Subaru Crosstrek has some great features and is better off-road than many of its rivals.
Matt Campbell
2024 Subaru Crosstrek review
The Senior
Think you're smarter than The Lightning Bolt? Find out all about the new Chaser in Australia.
Therese Murray
Proposed law changes to reduce financial elder abuse.
Eileen Wood
The Standing Council of Attorneys-General is looking into changes to financial Enduring Powers of Attorney. Picture Shutterstock
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

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AJ&PA McBride has built a new 12 stand shearing shed at its Telopea Downs property on the SA-Vic border.
Catherine Miller
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Students learned about the application of DNA sequencing on farms.
Barry Murphy
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Agriculture Victoria community education manager Anna-Leisa Vietz said the AgStem workshops were showing students careers in agriculture could be lab-based. Picture supplied
'It got passed the breakwater and out into the open sea.'
Katrina Lovell
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Jordyn Murphy saved racehorse Cleitus after he started swimming out to sea and behind the breakwater when he tripped on seaweed. Picture by Anthony Brady
Australian Made Week reminds us of the talent produced at home.
Linley Wilkie
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Farmhouse in Victoria's high country has been lovingly restored.
A gallery wall surrounds the wall-mounted TV, injecting a personal touch into the space. Pictures by Simon Ferrito
You could be fined for sifting through a neighbour's bins.
Jessica Belzycki
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The rubbish in your bin may not belong to you. Picture by Jonathan Carroll

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