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UPDATES: Schapelle Corby has given everyone the slip after arriving back in Australia, with the help of a convoy of cars that split up and led media on a wild-goose chase.

Dark Mofo Bid to block bull killing

ANIMAL rights activists opposed to Dark Mofo’s controversial 150. Action performance have contacted both state and federal governments to express concerns about possible public health issues and artist Hermann Nitsch’s criminal record.

House Rules Eye for serenity

Eye for serenity

AFTER six months juggling the dual stresses of reality-TV and renovating other people’s homes, Tasmania’s House Rules contestants are about to face their own home’s transformation.

Second season Researchers in hunt for folk magic

Researchers in hunt for folk magic

A RESEARCH project that has uncovered “magic” rituals from Tasmania’s colonial past has attracted interest from one of England’s leading heritage organisations.

drysdale budget announcement

Skills priority Push for Drysdale shake-up

TasTAFE should hand control of its Drysdale campuses to the hospitality industry, a heavyweight taskforce examining crippling skills shortages has recommended.

Store launch Hemp industry is brewing

Hemp industry is brewing

A TASMANIAN farming couple is leading the way in the new market of hemp-inspired food and hemp-based skin care products.

100 years Fighting for our babies’ health

Fighting for our babies’ health

REDUCING an appalling infant death rate of nearly 12 per cent at the turn of the 20th century didn’t happen on its own in Tasmania.

Live coverage Schapelle’s home... but where?

Schapelle’s home... but where?

UPDATES: Schapelle Corby has given everyone the slip after arriving back in Australia, with the help of a convoy of cars that split up and led media on a wild-goose chase.

TasWeekend Farm life never a boar

Farm life never a boar

LILLIAN and Damien Reardon’s free-range pig farm may take up most of their time, but they still find ways to bring balance to life on the land with their young family.

TasWeekend Designed to please

Designed to please

HOBART furniture and object designer Scott Van Tuil hopes showing his work at a leading design fair next month will lead to opportunities to replicate his pieces for broader sale.

News with the lot Samsung tablet offer closing soon

Samsung tablet offer closing soon

TIME is running out for you to get hold of a brand new Samsung tablet with your Mercury+ membership. WHAT YOU GET

He said/She said Do we forget men in pregnancies?

THE HIT 100.9FM team of PAUL HOGAN and ESTHER WOODHAMS tackle the topic, when it comes to pregnancy, have we forgotten about the man?

TasWeekend Taking on the Tassie Wombats

CHARLES WOOLEY: My AFL mates will choke on their cornflakes this morning. I am writing about Aussie rules!

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Terror attack Bomber’s chilling final moments

Bomber’s chilling final moments

POLICE have just released eerie new images of Salman Abedi moments before he detonated a nail bomb at Manchester Arena.

Russian scandal Kushner wanted ‘secret line’ to Russia

Kushner wanted ‘secret line’ to Russia

DONALD Trump’s adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner wanted to establish a bug-proof communications line with Russia according to an explosive report.

NPL South dominates over Warriors

A BLISTERING first half has set up a dominant 6-2 win for South Hobart over the Olympia Warriors at Darcy Street.

GF rematch Lindisfarne looks to flag after win

LINDISFARNE’S victory over reigning premier Claremont may not ease the pain of grand final defeat, but coach Daniel Willing believes it has put them in a position to challenge for the SFL flag.

TSL Pies fall agonisingly short

DEVONPORT has fallen agonisingly short of registering its first TSL victory of the season after being pipped by the Tigers in an entertaining clash.

Upset win Roos snap Bombers winning streak

Roos snap Bombers winning streak

CLARENCE caused the upset of the TSL season at Blundstone Arena by downing previously undefeated North Launceston by 17 points.

Match coverage Too many errors breaks Bombers

Too many errors breaks Bombers

JOHN Worsfold lamented a clanger-filled loss at the MCG, blaming turnovers for the Bombers’ downfall against Richmond. RECAP SATURDAY’S ACTION

Confident Bombers Lauderdale steps it up

Lauderdale steps it up

LAUDERDALE’S season resurgence has reached such a level that the Bombers now firmly believe they can match it with the TSL’s best, coach Darren Winter believes.

Basketball Young gun leads Chargers comeback

Young gun leads Chargers comeback

ON the backs of a 16-year-old star in the making and arguably the in-form player in the SEABL, Hobart pulled off a memorable comeback against Nunawading last night.