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WottsUp Tasmania work hard to collect all the relevant locals news we can.  Each day at 3 O'Clock we publish the latest news stories we've collected. We want to become your local news and shopping hub. Feel free to look around read the latest news reports and catch up with local events. 

Police Investigating Fatal Pedestrian Crash – Forster Street, New Town
Sadly an 82-year-old lady has died after being struck by a Toyota Hilux on Forster Street in New Town early[...]
Arson – 3 Newbury Place, Bridgewater
Overnight on the 20th July 2018 a structure fire occurred at 3 Newbury Place, Bridgewater. As a result of the[...]
Call for witnesses following a motorcycle crash at Bridgewater
Tasmania Police is seeking witnesses following a motorcycle crash on Taylor Crescent, Bridgewater around 7:50pm last night where an unregistered[...]
Police investigate arson at Box Hill Road, Claremont
Detectives and forensic investigators remain at the scene of an arson incident in Claremont after a fire caused minor damage[...]
Novice P1 driver speeding 67 kph over restricted limit
A novice P1 driver has been arrested and charged following speeding at 67 kph over his restricted limit on the[...]
Renewed call for witnesses to dangerous driving on Tasman Highway
Tasmania Police is renewing their call for witnesses to come forward who saw a black BMW X5 SUV driving dangerously[...]
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