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Tasmania: Island state of Australia
Tasmania is an island state of Australia. It is located 240 km (150 mi) to the south of the Australian mainland, separated by Bass Strait. The state encompasses the main island of Tasmania, the 26th-largest island in the world, and the surrounding 334 islands. The state has a population of around 526,700 as of March 2018. Just over forty percent of the population resides in the Greater Hobart precinct, which forms the metropolitan area of the state capital and largest city, Hobart.

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Bass in doubt again as vote count resumes

The Tasmanian seat of Bass has moved back into the AEC's too close to call list, leaving three seats in doubt a week after the federal election.
SBS - Published

Bass no longer on AEC 'in doubt' list

The Tasmanian seat of Bass is no longer on the AEC's in doubt list a week on from the federal election and as counting continues over the weekend.
SBS - Published

Tas treasurer defends budget spend, debt

Tasmania will head into net debt for the first time in 15 years to fund a record infrastructure spend of $3.8 billion.
SBS - Published

Tasmania forecast to return to net debt

The Tasmanian government has hailed a $3.6 billion infrastructure spend in the 2019/20 budget but the state is forecast to head into net debt.
SBS - Published

Tas govt hails infrastructure budget

The Tasmanian government has hailed a $3.6 billion infrastructure spend in the 2019/20 budget but the state is forecast to head into net debt.
SBS - Published

Infrastructure, health headline Tas budget

Tasmania's treasurer Peter Gutwein will hand down his sixth state budget and has previously indicated that difficult decisions needed to be made.
SBS - Published

Bushwalker who died on Tasmania's Overland Track made 'poor decisions'

Trevor Tolputt had been walking alone for six days without a beanie or gloves in freezing, snowy weather when he succumbed to hypothermia.
The Age - Published

Pauline Hanson slams torching of One Nation truck outside Hobart pub

Pauline Hanson has said she is "concerned about where politics is heading in this country" after a One Nation truck was set on fire in Tasmania.
SBS - Published

Tas Liberal winner hails Morrison factor

Farmer Gavin Pearce, who won the marginal seat of Braddon in northwest Tasmania, has paid tribute to Scott Morrison's many visits as counting tightens in Bass.
SBS - Published

Liberals take Tasmania's fickle north

Tasmania's two most marginal seats, Braddon and Bass, have swung from Labor to the Liberals.
SBS - Published

Tasmania's swinging north returns to Libs

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has visited two marginal seats in Tasmania's north as voters head to the polls across the Labor-dominated Apple Isle.
SBS - Published

Liberals win marginal Braddon in Tasmania

The Liberal party's Gavin Pearce has claimed victory over Labor's Justine Keay in the marginal northwest seat of Braddon in Tasmania.
SBS - Published

Lambie has 'unfinished business' in senate

Tasmanian Jacqui Lambie is gunning for a return to the senate after being forced to resign for being a dual citizen.
SBS - Published

Morrison home to vote in beloved Shire

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has returned to his beloved Sutherland Shire in Sydney after starting election day in northern Tasmania.
SBS - Published

Marginal Tas seats attract PM's attention

Two northern Tasmanian seats have attracted plenty of interest from federal leaders during the election campaign, with Braddon expected to be the closest race.
SBS - Published

PM's visit boosts Liberal Braddon hopeful

Scott Morrison's election day appearance in the marginal Braddon electorate shows the Tasmanian seat could be crucial in determining the federal election.
SBS - Published

Morrison swoops on Tassie on election day

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has started federal election day in northern Tasmania, visiting two polling booths in Launceston before flying home to Sydney.
SBS - Published

Lambie's 'fingers crossed' for senate spot

Tasmanian Jacqui Lambie is gunning for a return to the senate after being forced to resign for being a dual citizen.
SBS - Published

Morrison visits Tassie before casting vote

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has started federal election day in northern Tasmania, visiting two polling booths in Launceston, before he flies home to Sydney.
SBS - Published

Focus on Tasmania's north on polling day

Two northern Tasmanian seats have attracted plenty of interest from federal leaders during the election campaign, with Braddon expected to be the closest race.
SBS - Published

Key Tasmanian seats at the federal poll

Two northern Tasmanian seats have attracted plenty of interest from federal leaders during the election campaign, with Braddon expected to be the closest race.
SBS - Published

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