HAWTHORN was licking its wounds but Premier Lara Giddings still claimed victory for Tasmania.
A WOMAN died when her car crashed near Orford on Friday evening.
SOME of the state's best private gardens will be part of the Open Gardens Australia program next month.
WHAT'S your pick - European aristocracy or desert colonial, asks JESSICA HOWARD
WOMEN are being encouraged to take up more leadership roles in the business, government and not-for-profit sectors.
A STUDY shows Tasmanians with chronic heart failure may be better off receiving care at home.
THE same-sex marriage debate could be back in front of State Parliament as early as next year.
A PIGEON race from Smithton to Hobart today has become one of Tasmania's richest sporting events.
A TROUBLED world economy has not slowed demand for quality Tasmanian salmon.
HOBART'S much-loved Sunday Farm Gate Market is expanding to the Eastern Shore.
A WOMAN'S bid to use a false name was undermined when she spelt it a different way, a court has heard.
FOOTY fever is set to hit Hobart today -- complete with cheerleaders, cheap beer and football heroes.
A HOBART primary school is considering moving to a high school site to escape its own cramped facilities.
THE victim of a vicious assault by a drunken thug says she has never encountered such evil in her life.
AFTER 17 months, the way has been cleared for Tasmanians to have children with the help of surrogate mothers.
NURSES are working 17-hour shifts at the Royal Hobart Hospital, the nurses' union said yesterday.
IT'S a classic whale tale that includes tragedy, tender loving care, ingenuity, survival, and vindication.
BRENDAN Fevola's management is shopping him around to Tasmanian football clubs for up to $25,000.
CHINESE and Indian vessels bound for Antarctica could soon be calling into Hobart.
THE Hobart City Council is looking into setting up a heritage fund to acquire historically significant buildings.
FEDERAL funds for extra elective surgery will only just cover operations postponed last year because of budget cuts.
BARTENDERS around Tasmania will be doing their best to be U.G.L.Y. over the next month.
GLENORCHY is set to join Hobart in reducing speed limits on some of its arterial roads.
A HOBART man with a long record of violence has been jailed for a series of alcohol-fuelled attacks in the CBD.
POLICE have thanked the public for their help in catching an arsonist who torched a Housing Tasmania property.
A FARMHAND who exposed himself to two young girls has been given a suspended jail term.
A BRUNY Island farmer appeared to find romance last night on the finale of The Farmer Wants A Wife.
WHEN these two Hawks and Swans supporters their teams play in Launceston, they took separate cars.
JAWS were dropping and eyes were popping as an eclectic group of performers spiced up the Theatre Royal.
AT the edge of one of Australia's most beautiful beaches lies a property ownedby the son of movie royalty.