The flooding of Lake Pedder started the green political movement but remains an open wound. A nostalgic campaign to drain it is ramping up, but flies in the face of Hydro Tasmania’s bold plans to grow its renewable energy assets.
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Being bashed in the head with an EFTPOS machine and left with memory loss was just one of dozens of recent crimes inflicted on a Palmerston supermarket worker.
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Ecologists say kangaroos are eating the stomach contents of dead roos and toilet paper in national parks to survive the drought.
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A typical show day for Gary Clarke involves getting up early to wash and blow-dry his Hereford cattle before the crowds arrive. It is dedication like this which has helped the humble Burnie Show reach its 100th year.
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For many people, Facebook groups are one of the few remaining things tethering them to the platform — but what happens when they turn toxic? The admins of two popular pages say the abuse is affecting their lives off the internet.
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Every year, thousands of short-tailed shearwaters, or mutton birds, descend on Victoria’s coastline at the end of September or early October after a mammoth journey from the northern hemisphere, but so far this year they haven’t shown up.
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LOS ANGELES – A Woodland Hills man pleaded guilty today to federal criminal charges in connection with a scheme where Chinese nationals fraudulently obtained student visas by hiring people wi
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