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Man under guard after woman badly burned
A HOBART woman has been flown to Melbourne in a critical condition after suffering “significant burns” during a family violence incident.(image) (image)



Crews converge on suburban blaze
FIVE fire trucks are at the scene of a house fire in Taroona.(image) (image)



Hunt for clues after church arson attack
POLICE are seeking information about an arson attack on a church in Hobart’s northern suburbs.(image) (image)



ANZAC dawn service
ANZAC day dawn service in Hobart and New Norfolk, followed by gunfire breakfast at the Hobart Workers Club. 2017(image) (image)



We will remember them
UP to 5000 people have gathered under overcast skies for the Anzac Day dawn service at the Hobart Cenotaph, with many others paying tribute at commemorative events across Tasmania.(image) (image)



Semi-trailer driver critical
A 73-year-old Boat Harbour man was transferred to the North West Regional Hospital in Burnie in a critical condition after his semi-trailer and a B-double collided on the Bass Highway near Wynyard.(image) (image)



Tassie embarks on golden age of TV
IT has been hailed as the dawn of a golden era in Tasmanian screen production.(image) (image)



Paws walk targets record
DOG owners are being challenged to get walking with their pets in the lead-up to this year’s RSPCA Million Paws Walk on May 21.(image) (image)



Our young lives lost at Gallipoli
THE first young Tasmanian soldier killed at the Gallipoli landing is likely to have been 22-year-old North Hobart labourer Arthur Adams.(image) (image)



Smoke alarm saves man’s life
A SMOKE alarm has potentially saved the life of man whose Sandy Bay home caught fire last night.(image) (image)