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The ABC has dominated at the 2017 Tasmanian Media Awards, taking out six of the 12 categories.

At a ceremony in Hobart last night, ABC News Tasmania's political reporter Richard Baines was named Journalist of the Year.

He also took out the Best News Story category for his coverage of Tasmania's child protection system.

Chris Wisbey, who has been a broadcaster with the ABC for over 30 years, won the peer-nominated Keith Welsh Award for Outstanding Contribution to Journalism.

If stripes on its lower back were captured, the video might have been conclusive.'But one viewer noted: 'Interesting, I don't know what it is but seems dog like with the pointed nose.' The last-known thylacine, also known as a Tasmanian Tiger, is believed to have died in Hobart Zoo in 1936.

But after numerous claims of public sightings, researchers from James Cook University announced in March this year they would conduct a study in Cape York, far north Queensland to see if they could track down thylacines.

'I originally thought it was a fox or a dog, until I looked more closely at this footage.

We are free dating website, with most dating members from UK & US looking for speed dating.Another one jokingly lamented the Tasmanian 'recidivism rate,' saying something must be done about 'this revolving door of incarceration.' Tasmanian devils are nocturnal scavengers that once inhabited mainland Australia as well as Tasmania.Now, the small but fierce marsupial is confided only to Tasmania - and even there, it's been threatened with extinction.But when he looked back closely at what he had filmed as he watched a foggy sunrise, thoughts quickly turned to the extinct thylacine.'Last week when I was filming the sunrise, I captured something bounding across the field,' titles on the video explain.'If it's not a dog, if it's not a fox, if it's not a dingo, could it be a Tasmanian Tiger?

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