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  1. Police confident in search for woman's remainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner

    LUCILLE Butterworth's brother is hopeful that finally she might soon be able to rest in peace alongside her parents' ashes. Inspector David Plumpton at the marshland site where police will search for the remains of Lucille Butterworth, who disappeared from Claremont in 1969, aged 20. LUCILLE Butterworth's brother is hopeful that finally she might soon be able to rest in peace alongside her parents' ashes.

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  2. Hawks edge out inaccurate MagpiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Mercury

    AFL: Travis Cloke scored a brilliant goal from the boundary line, but was lucky not to be pulled up for a free-kick. There was nothing lucky about his next shot though.

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  3. Richardson elevated to Icon statusRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Mercury

    Former Richmond star Matthew Richardson has been recognised as an Icon in the Tasmanian Hall of Fame. Picture: LUKE BOWDEN At a gala presentation at Wrest Point in Hobart, "Richo" was elevated to Icon in the Tasmanian Football Hall of Fame along with superstar of the 1940s and 1950s, Geoffrey "Paddy" Martin.

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  4. Wimbledon Live Day 5: Kyrgios wins 2nd setRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Mercury

    Australia's Nick Kyrgios reacts during his men's singles third round match against Canada's Milos Raonic on day five of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Tennis Club. Aussie bad boy Nick Kyrgios will face a tough test against Milos Raonic, but the task is even harder for countryman Bernard Tomic, taking on world no.1 Novak Djokovic in the later match.

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  5. Bus breakdown prompted Lucille Butterworth to accept lift, police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ABC News

    A bus breakdown led to Lucille Butterworth making the fatal decision to accept a ride, police investigating the cold case say. The revelation comes as police prepare to dig for Ms Butterworth's remains near Granton, just outside Hobart, almost 46 years after she vanished.

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  6. Live: Collingwood v Hawthorn from 'GRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Mercury

    The AFL and clubs agreed to abandon Sunday's Adelaide v Geelong match, but the remaining six Round 14 fixtures will go ahead, starting with tonight's game at the MCG. The Magpies will unleash father-son selection Darcy Moore and rebounding defender Brayden Maynard at the expense of Tyson Goldsack and Paul Seedsman .

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  7. Teams: Gaz returns, Moore to debutRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Mercury

    GOLD Coast skipper Gary Ablett will play his first AFL game in almost three months when the Suns host North Melbourne on Saturday. Ablett was on the verge of returning from a shoulder injury against Carlton last weekend, but ruled himself out before the teams were announced.

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  8. Kick start for West Coast tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Mercury

    RACT chief executive Harvey Lennon at Strahan announcing the interest-free loans for new tourism ventures on the West Coast. ENTREPRENUERS with tourism ideas on Tasmania's West Coast are being encouraged to put their hand up for an interest-free loan to kickstart their project.

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  9. Discount liquor chain's Tassie moveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Mercury

    AFTER years of thirsty Tasmanians lobbying, discount liquor chain Dan Murphy's is now looking to establish a handful of stores in the state. "For years customers have been asking us to bring Dan Murphy's to Tasmania.

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  10. Tas police confident dig will find womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Yahoo!

    A secluded roadside scrubland on the outskirts of Hobart is where police are confident of finding the remains of a woman missing for almost 46 years. Typist and beauty pageant entrant Lucille Butterworth was 20 years old when she went missing on August 25, 1969, while planning to travel by bus to New Norfolk, north of the city.

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  11. Crows game cancelled, rest go aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Mercury

    UPDATE: THE AFL has confirmed Adelaide and Geelong will not play this weekend and will share the points, but rest of Round 14 will go ahead. AFL officials met today to discuss contingencies plans and work through the ramifications of cancelling the round's other eight games.

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  12. Lucille search to take a fortnightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Mercury

    FORENSIC teams will spend at least a fortnight excavating a site on the outskirts of Hobart in search of evidence or the remains of Lucille Butterworth, who has been missing for almost 46 years. Police say they have strong information that Ms Butterworth's remains are somewhere between a disused gravel carpark on the Lyell Highway and marshlands on the River Derwent 8.5km west of Granton.

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  13. New lead in Butterworth caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner

    MORE than four decades after 20-year-old Lucille Butterworth disappeared, police are preparing to dig up a site north-west of Hobart to search for her remains. MORE than four decades after 20-year-old Lucille Butterworth disappeared, police are preparing to dig up a site north-west of Hobart to search for her remains.

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  14. Terminal paradoxRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | The Mercury

    EVEN after taking into account the horribly mangled plot of Terminator: Genisys, the most confusing question that lingers afterwards is this: is it a reboot, a retcon or a continuation? With four films and a prematurely cancelled TV series already populating the cinematic world of Terminator, this time-travelling story has already been rehashed, retconned and twisted almost beyond all hope for salvation. This latest instalment, the fifth film, pulls a bit of a J.J. Abrams swiftie, a la Star Trek, by essentially establishing a new timeline that, while being directly descended from all the canon that preceded it, leaves it all behind and goes off in a new direction.

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  15. Tas police to dig for Butterworth bodyRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Yahoo!

    Ms Butterworth, 20, was last seen at a Claremont bus stop at 5.45pm on August 25, 1969, and had intended to travel to New Norfolk. Detective Inspector David Plumpton says new information led Tasmania Police to dig for Ms Butterworth's remains beside the Lyell Highway near Granton, a few kilometres north of Claremont.

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  16. Police to excavate in Lucille searchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | The Mercury

    Ms Butterworth was last seen on August 25, 1969, in Claremont while waiting to catch a bus to New Norfolk. The information that recently came to the attention of investigators - and which has been provided to the Coroner - relates to a man who remains a person of interest in Ms Butterworth's disappearance.

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  17. Tasmanian police to excavate site in fresh search for Lucille Butterworth's remainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | ABC News

    Police are preparing to dig up an area north of Hobart in an attempt to find the remains of Lucille Butterworth, who was last seen on August 25, 1969. Twenty-year-old Butterworth was last seen waiting at a bus stop in the Hobart suburb of Claremont en route to a Miss Tasmania fundraiser in New Norfolk.

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  18. Witnesses to Granton crash soughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | The Mercury

    Three people remain in hospital, two are in a stable condition and details on the third person have not been released. New Norfolk Police Acting Sergeant Coulson would like to speak to anyone that saw a white Toyota Corolla that was travelling west or a blue Subaru station wagon travelling east on the highway yesterday at about 4.43pm.

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  19. Pair injured in crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Mercury

    Police said a New Norfolk man, 67, driving a Toyota Corolla sedan towards New Norfolk and a Subaru station wagon collided head-on. A Glenfern man, 64, who was a passenger in the Subaru was also taken to the RHH but his injuries were not reported as serious.

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  20. State set to use home advantageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Examiner

    TASMANIAN coach Anthony McConnon is confident his team can make full use of home advantage with Hobart playing host to the Australian Amateur Football Council national carnival this week. TASMANIAN coach Anthony McConnon is confident his team can make full use of home advantage with Hobart playing host to the Australian Amateur Football Council national carnival this week.

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