We hope your heads are not too sore after celebrating the AFL Grand Final - or drowning your sorrows!
This week our journalists were busy in the lead up to last night's event, profiling dedicated fans of both sides.
We also encouraged readers to support local businesses and purchase their grand final feeds from the butcher down the road - advice we hope you all heeded.
When we weren't reporting on the footy, there was plenty of breaking news - and much of that tragic.
Sadly, the week brought with it two road deaths - a four-year-old girl hit by a car in the South, and on the North-West an elderly woman in Ulverstone.
Over the past few months, devastatingly, The Examiner has had to report several road tragedies.
While everyone involved is a victim in some way, these stories come with strong road safety messaging that we must continue to share. And unfortunately, we are likely to be sharing it time and time again.
We also revealed horrific allegations this week from a number of women claiming to have been sexually abused by former LGH nurse Jim Griffin, as well as claims of sexual and emotional abuse at Launceston Church Grammar in the 1960s, and covered the findings into the deaths of six babies and one child who were known to Child Safety Services.
But it was not all bad news.
We had a chance to shine a light on the success of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, and share calls for mandatory vaccinations for the disability sector.
While on Friday night the state came close to a COVID scare, after Spirit of Tasmania crew members were identified as close contacts, Tasmania remains in a positive position.
So through the good news, the bad news, and the COVID-19 news, The Examiner team is working hard to keep you informed, and up to date.
Acting Deputy Editor Melissa Mobbs
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