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Pademelon dies after arrow shot
WILDLIFE officials are calling for help to find the culprits of a senseless act of cruelty after they found a pademelon shot by an arrow in the state’s South.(image)

Two teens charged over Launceston fires
POLICE have charged two 15-year-old boys over a series of deliberately lit fires near Launceston.(image)

Where to fly the flag on Australia Day
COUNCILS around Southern Tasmania will acknowledge the wonderful achievements of some of their best and brightest members and welcome new people and families to their communities on Australia Day.(image)

Manslaughter charge laid over unit death
A WARRANE man, 53, has been charged by Tasmania Police with manslaughter after his housemate was found dead at the men’s home.(image)

New hospital is just for the wild ones
TASMANIA’S first wildlife hospital has opened after years of fundraising and visitors to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary will be able to watch veterinary procedures.(image)

Council sorry for noisy parking meter works
HOBART City Council has apologised for noisy works during busy lunchtime periods at Salamanca — which raised the ire of tourists.(image)

Man hurt in workplace accident on Argyle St
UPDATED: A MAN, 32, has been injured in what police have described as an “apparent workplace accident” on Argyle St in North Hobart.(image)

Metro launches free ride push to cut congestion
WHO said there’s no such thing as a free ride?(image)

Motorcyclist dies in single-vehicle crash
UPDATED: A MAN has died in a motorcycle crash in Hobart’s northern suburbs.(image)

Games frustration as Hale’s fast time won’t count
TASSIE teen sprint star Jack Hale might have been the fourth-fastest Australian man over 100m in history but for a bad blunder by Western Australian athletics officials.(image)