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Happy-go-lucky Charlie ready for a new home
AFTER three months at the Dogs’ Home of Tasmania, cheerful Charlie just wants to be loved.(image)

Boil water alert after E. coli detection
RESIDENTS of a Hobart suburb are being told to boil their water before consumption after E. coli bacteria was discovered in the water supply.(image)

Kingston Beach dawn service
Kingston Beach Anzac Day dawn service(image)

2018 Hobart Anzac day dawn service
2018 Hobart Anzac day dawn service(image)

Your guide to Anzac Day across Tasmania
ABOUT 100 Tasmanian towns and cities from Avoca to Zeehan will stage more than 200 services today to commemorate the Anzac landings at Gallipoli in 1915.(image)

Stay ChatTY founder Mitch McPherson launches Banjos campaign
SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY founder Mitch McPherson launches Banjos annual campaign where 50 cents from every large coffee goes to the mental health charity(image)

Banjo’s backs SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY
Banjo's backs SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY by donating 50 cents for every large coffee.(image)

Asthma alert as burn-offs continue
UPDATED: THE Asthma Foundation is expecting a decline in air quality as fuel-reduction and regeneration burns continue across Tasmania.(image)

Motorbike and car involved in crash
EMERGENCY services are responding to a road crash involving a motorbike and a vehicle in Glenorchy tonight.(image)

Roos did me proud: coach
HIS  side missed out on the four points but Clarence coach Jeromey Webberley believes his side is producing a brand of football that can mix it with the best sides in the TSL.(image)