TIMBER QUEENSLAND has always been noted as ensuring its members are kept up to date, especially during the current economic downturn. To this end, it is promoting a series of workshops that could help make the difference.
by David Coombes, Anna Wilson and Christine Hutchinson
THE START date for the emissions trading scheme has been pushed back 12 months as the politics over the scheme unfold. If the new Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme Bill (CPRS) is passed and phased in as promised from 1 July 2011
Plantation forestry expansion is driving a massive increase in investment in the timber processing industry with infrastructure and development proposals worth around $7 billion of new capacity set to generate around 6,000 jobs, according to the National Association of Forest Industri
In the torrent of media commentary about the recent collapse of major agribusiness managed investment scheme companies, Timbercorp and Great Southern, many of the statements made by the most vocal MIS detractors have been factually wrong or at best misleading, according to the Austral