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Good morning, Tassie!Thursday, October 6, 2016

Launceston weather forecastA weak ridge will move over Tasmania on Thursday morning, with a northwesterly stream then developing ahead of an approaching cold front. This cold front will cross Tasmania during Friday, followed by a ridge of high pressure on Saturday. Another cold front will then approach Tasmania during Sunday, crossing the state in the evening. A deep low pressure system will move to the southwest of the state during Monday.
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The Examiner’s top storiesSkeletal remains found:POLICE have uncovered human remains at Dilston.The discovery was made on September 22.Police have been unable to identify the skeletal remains.

Senator defiant on move:THREE of the state’s four Liberal senators will be based in the North by the end of the year with Senator Stephen Parry maintaining his defiance againstparty orders to relocate to the North-West Coast.Senator Parry moved to Launceston from the coast to take residence in central Launceston office occupied by Guy Barnett before he missed out on re-election.

Call to cut tax further:A reduced backpacker tax rate of 19 per cent has been described as “insane and illogical” by former Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association chief executive Jan Davis.Ms Davis has called for the tax rate to remain at 13 per cent with the tax-free threshold of $18,500, saying that doing otherwise risked the supply chain of workers visiting Tasmania this harvesting season.

Need anational newssnapshot first thing?Well, we have you covered.

Regional INSIGHT: UOW’s Dr Xiaoqi Feng and Associate Professor Thomas Astell-Burt will lead the five-year ‘Greener Cities Healthier Lives’ research project.

►Green spaces and our health. What’s the connection, you might ask?It’s one of manyquestionsset to be examined ina $3.2 million research project at the University of Wollongong (UOW), which includesanAustralian-first look atthe link between vegetation and achild’sacademic scores.Read more.

One man faces permanent disability as another faces jail over Anzac Day punch at Warners Bay.

►Itwas an Anzac Day get-together at a Lake Macquariepub for some schooners and two-up which has left one man with permanent brain damage and his mate facing jail time for the punch thatcaused the injury. Read more.

AMAZING: “Extreme weather” was experienced at many parts of the state over the past week, including Williamstown caravan park.

► Apreliminary investigationbythe Australian Energy MarketOperator (AEMO)found South Australia’s statewide power blackoutwas “triggered by extreme weather”.The report found there was no “unusual activity” in the state’s electricity until Wednesday afternoon’s storm brought down 22 transmission towers and cut three major lines. Read more.

RIVETING FOOTAGE: Thomas Aggs almost trod on these three big writhing black snakes before capturing video and these photos of them.

►A holidaying bushwalker searching for virtual Pokemon has instead shot riveting live video of three big red-bellied black snakes 30 centimetres from his feet. Read more.

Australian singer Peter Allen sings at the State Sport Centre in Homebush March 12, 1985 in Sydney. Photo: Getty Images

►You don’t have to go to Rio, but you can’t stay here.That’s the message from the City of Bunbury which is playing looped audio of the Peter Allen classic “I Go to Rio” at the Graham Bricknell Music Shell, the city’s outdoor bandstand on the waterfront, to deter the homeless, vandals, and other antisocial elements. Read more.

Elizabeth Dixon

►A manaccused of the 1982 murder of Elizabeth “Betty” Dixon has indicated he would plead guilty to a back-up charge of concealing a serious offence.Rodney Lawrence, 65, was committed on Wednesday to stand trial for the murder of Ms Dixon, whose body was found in her car in bushland at Ashtonfield. Read more.

Pic by @alstar6 Spillway running #lakeeppalock via Instagram on Tuesday.

►One of Victoria’s biggest drinking water storage facilities is spilling for the first time in four years after repeated heavy rainfall over a soggy catchment. Read more.

Race fans lined the streets to watch the Supercar Transporter Parade as the trucks and drivers made their way up William Street on Wednesday morning. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK

►Thousands of race fans lined the streets of Bathurst on Wednesday to welcomed the V8 Supercar teams to town for the Bathurst 1000 Race Week. See the gallery here.

WHAT A BEAUTY: Snake catcher Stewart Lalor with the biggest red-bellied black snake he has seen. It was captured at a Mt Cotton property.

►Redland snake catcher Stewart Lalor has caught the biggest red-bellied black snake he has ever seen.The two metrespecimen came from Mt Cotton,a semi-rural area in south-east Queensland. Read more.

National news The RSL has been rocked by a series of questions over spending and accountability. Photo: Anna Warr

​►The national president of the RSL is facing calls tostep asidein the wake of revelations he received a share of nearly $1 million in payments despite being a volunteer. Read more.

Shonky Award winners Green and Clean Bottled Air. Photo: CHOICE

►A camel milk business that claims its “white gold” can help those with autism, diabetes and cancer has been referred to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission for investigation. Read more.

Gladys Berejiklian: The government has “wiped out the state’s net debt”. Photo: Louise Kennerley

►Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian claims the NSW government’s debts have been wiped away but the budget papers suggest that might not last long. Read more.

The Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce is pushing for a ban on cash for scrap metal as Victoria leads in carjackings. Photo: Craig Abraham

►Victoriaisthe stolen car capital of Australia, state governmentand insurance industry research has found.In the 12 months toJune 2016, there were more than 15,000 thefts of passenger and light commercial vehicles, by far the highest of any state or territory,according to the National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council. This wasa 35 per centrise onthe previous year.Read more.

►Attorney-General George Brandis is facing calls to resign after the government’s top legal adviser accused him of misleading Parliament, in a dramatic escalation of a toxic row between the country’s two most senior legal officers. Read more.

Attorney-General George Brandis is facing calls to resign after the government’s top legal adviser accused him of misleading Parliament. Photo: Fairfax Media

►The federal National Party in NSW is united against the Baird government’s plan to abolish greyhound racing as senior Coalition figures worry that anger in regional areas at the dogs ban, combined with the recent focus on same-sex marriage, is weighing on the poll-challenged Turnbull government. Read more.

Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce admits the greyhound ban is ‘having an effect’. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen

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Faces of Australia:Jarryd Eriksson LINES AND COLOUR: an afternoon’s idle drawing has lead to national recognition for Jarryd Eriksson. Picture: NONI HYETT

Jarryd Eriksson might not like fashionbut a passion for drawing has earned him nationalrecognition for a skioutfit he designed.

The year seven Eaglehawk student wandered into a classroom after school one day earlier this yearand, while waiting for his friends to finish up on a project, began idly sketching some ideas. Read more.

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