Thursday 25th May 2017
Page 1 - As Feds called on to act, Tassie waits for . . . . Health Remedy. Health funding and hospital beds are set to form the centre-piece of today's State Budget, as the Federal Government is urged to intervene in Tasmania's health system.
Page 3 - Euthanasia law reform bid fails. A renewed bid for an euthanasia framework in Tasmania has been lost after failing to secure the support of key Liberal and Labor MPs.
Page 1 - Historic Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill defeated in lower house. Reform halted.
Page 4 - Euthanasia bill defeat. Legislation to allow for euthanasia to take place in Tasmania has been voted down for the third time in less than a decade. ONLINE
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
Page 3 - Baby with meningococcal stable. A baby is in a serious but stable condition at the Royal Hobart Hospital after being diagnosed with meningococcal disease.
Page 3 - Dying with dignity debate. Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill on Parliamentary agenda. ONLINE
Page 8 - Spotlight on ambo travel. Ambulances in North-West Tasmania are reaching their limit of travel faster than anywhere else in state, according to the Health Community Services Union.