A taxpayer advocate has slammed a Tasmanian government department''s plan to spent $52,500 of public money teaching managers and staff about respect.
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MILESTONE: The Bamboos celebrate 21 years as a band with the release of their 10th album Hard Up. Picture: Ian Laidlaw
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Family of Chris Cornell settles with doctor over his deathThe family of Chris Cornell and a doctor who they alleged over-prescribed him drugs before he died have ...
Many retirees sacrifice their own standard of living and leaving more money to their beneficiaries instead of living comfortably during retirement. Picture: Shutterstock
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Apprentice Chloe Wells will make her race riding debut at Spreyton on Sunday Tasmanian racing has been battling a shortage of apprentices for some ...
The end of JobKeeper does not appear to have devastated Tasmanian jobs as was feared. New figures due on Tuesday should tell the tale for sure.
TRIAL WINNER: Former boom galloper The Inevitable has won a trial at Elwick at his first public appearance since returning from injury.
Palliative Care Tasmania believes legislative amendments to provide more certainty around advance care directives in the state need more work to prevent any chance of elder abuse.
A motorcyclist is in a serious condition following a crash at Chasm Creek on Wednesday morning.
More money is being spent with Tasmanian cafes, restaurants and fast food businesses than ever before.
Juicy plums are available in range of varieties and flavours. Pictures: Shutterstock One of the stalwarts of the suburban backyard garden for many decades in past times was the plum tree.
TasPorts chief operating officer Stephen Casey has conducted the long-held maritime tradition of the port plaque exchange to welcome new SeaRoad ship Liekut to Devonport.