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A wonderful world of wood

What is it about the Adelaide Timber and Working with Wood show that attracts such a diverse, curious and devoted audience of hobbyists, renovators, trades people, the general public and professional and amateur woodworkers alike?
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Bowing out of the forestry business

For the past four decades, Terry Berkin has made a living from forestry, but now he’s decided it’s time to call it quits.
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Is the climate right for change?

Australians are being asked to make enormous economic and social sacrifices in the name of 'climate change'.
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Land reforms will be the ultimate test

Foresters are used to facing challenges, from pests and diseases attacking their trees to climate change and rising fuel prices, cheaper imports and falling commodity prices, steep slopes and environmental lobby groups trying to shut them down, yet they always find a way to adapt, per
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Planning, building and climate change

What are the latest trends in low-energy housing construction? How is drought affecting engineering and building practises? What are the planning implications of climate change for Melbourne and Victoria?
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Bioenergy conference scheduled for December

Bioenergy Australia will be holding its annual conference in Melbourne on 8-9 December, with a technical tour to bioenergy-related destinations on the following day.
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Get in now to join Victoria’s fire fight

A new campaign has begun to recruit more than 500 people for Victoria’s bushfire fighting force, by becoming Project Firefighters (PFFs).
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Wormald a leader in new Standard compliance

Wormald, a leading provider of fire protection solutions, has become one of the first companies in Australia with a vehicle fire suppression system to comply with Australian Standard AS 062-2006: Fire protection for mobile and transportable equipment.
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Have you got the energy to do something?

More than 100 entrants have registered for the Warren Centre’s National Energy Essay Competition. Entrants are invited to present innovative solutions to Australia’s energy needs, which are forecast to grow by up to 50% over the next 20 years.
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