Tasmania’s forestry wars aren’t over, if the uproar over the felling of a large mountain ash is anything to go by.
Martin Flanagan’s school memoir describes bullying, male violence and abusive priests. But rather than a story of victimhood, it explores the grace and release of sport, finding hope amid darkness.
Ancient stories of the sea and the sky date back to the end of the last ice age.
The latest revised data challenge the popular narrative about a population renaissance for regional Australia and for states and territories that were losing residents to other parts of the country.
While it was hoped that having an AFL team at last would bring Tasmanians together, some believe it has split them politically.
Two states will soon end logging of native forests, but what about the other states? The federal government has powers to intervene but also faces obstacles to nationwide protection of these forests.
Archer is pushing for extensive reform in a party that is electorally on the ropes and out of office everywhere except her home state of Tasmania.
Bus rapid transit is more than a way to get thousands of people to the game. Used in cities globally as an alternative to light rail, it can be a cost-effective way to transform cities for the better.
Most publicly funded stadium projects are boondoggles. The Hobart AFL stadium is worse than that.
The cost of a Tasmanian team joining the AFL can be justified on economic and social grounds.
Michelle Grattan sits down with Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie to chat about Alice Springs, The Voice to Parliament, Indigenous employment and the Stage 3 tax cuts
Until recently, little was known of the history of the children convicts brought with them to Australia, or gave birth to while under sentence. Their stories are moving.
The diets of Tasmanian devil are narrowing in areas where humans have changed the landscape. This has big implications for conserving the species.
Tasmania’s emus were hunted to extinction in the mid-1800s but we could have them back – and their return could help other species survive climate change.
In her new memoir, Stella Prize winner Heather Rose reflects on overcoming childhood trauma and adult pain with spiritual work. But our reviewer wishes it allowed moments of ‘pause or ambiguity’.
The same technology found in a widely used COVID-19 vaccine could be the key to helping save wild Tassie devils – without any needles.
As the dead whales decompose, an astonishing and rare chain of events is likely to flow through the marine ecosystem – ultimately leading to an explosion of activity and new life.
Every year, tens of thousands travel to art events throughout Tasmania. These unique festival landscapes change the way we experience the world – and ourselves.
These tiny fish with oversized hands crawl along the seafloor. They only live in two locations in the world, and they’re disappearing rapidly.
In the first week of the campaign we journeyed around the country with a team of politics experts. Now we retrace our steps to look at what’s happened since.