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Hunt for fatal car crash pair continues
POLICE are continuing their hunt for the occupants of a car which slammed into another vehicle in New Town, killing the female driver.(image) (image)

CBD businesses’ windows smashed
POLICE are searching for a man believed to be responsible for causing damage to at least five businesses in Hobart’s CBD this morning.(image) (image)

BJay failed by those meant to protect him
A NEWBORN baby, violently killed by his father, was failed by the very people and organisations meant to protect him, a coroner has found.(image) (image)

Motorcyclist dies after crash
TASMANIA’S horror stretch on the road has continued with the death of a young motorcycle rider at Risdon Vale last night.(image) (image)

Shots fired in targeted attack on house
POLICE say that shots fired at a house at Austins Ferry on Sunday night are likely to be a targeted attack over a debt or disagreement.(image) (image)

Chipping away at the future
DIVISIONS within Tasmanian society run wider and deeper about forestry issues than any other public policy area, and that has been the case for several decades.(image) (image)

Standing up to nature’s fury
IT was warmer in the water than on the beach this weekend as the state’s best stand-up paddle surfers carved it up in the final round of the 2017 Surfing Tasmania HIF State Championship Series on the Tasman Peninsula.(image) (image)

Footy parent accused of strike
AN investigation will be launched into a southern Tasmanian under-14 boys football match after a player was allegedly struck.(image) (image)

Planning is failing communities
Hobart City Council should be sending a strong message to Planning Minister Peter Gutwein on how and where short-term visitor accommodation should be allowed in Hobart.(image) (image)

Change is new normal
IT is a changing world. The internet has altered the way we do everything, from how we interact with each other to the way we consume our news. Very few parts of our society have been left untouched.(image) (image)