At 130 metres tall, the transmission tower perched atop kunanyi/Mount Wellington watches over the Hobart CBD from the mountain's summit. Over the years, the state's tallest structure has been a source of both fascination and anger.
The ABC board is advertising for a new managing director to replace Michelle Guthrie, even though a new ABC chair is yet to be appointed and Ms Guthrie is still challenging her dismissal.
After another interesting and sometimes surprising year, 7.30 host Leigh Sales picks her favourite and most memorable interviews of 2018.
The high-profile breakfast television host will not return to the Today Show, Nine confirms, amid weeks of speculation of about the anchor's future on the program.
People think investigative journalism is about receiving brown envelopes in the mail or encrypted text messages with a story laid out, but the reality is very different, according to Head of ABC Investigations Jo Puccini.
The resignation comes around two months after the departure of both ABC chairman Justin Milne and managing director Michelle Guthrie.
Former ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie receives a payout of more than $800,000 after being terminated by the national broadcaster, and is suing for more.
Harold Mitchell resigns as chairman of Free TV in the wake of the Federal Court case issued against him by ASIC, over allegations he helped to cheaply award the Australian Open broadcast rights to Channel Seven.
As News Breakfast celebrates a decade on air, Michael Rowland and Virginia Trioli recall the stories that brought them to tears, their favourite interviews and the hilarious moment their floor manager hit the deck.