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Latest timber industry news, updated on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Frame stands the test of time

This year's Frame Australia Conference will mark 10 years since the inaugural gathering.
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Emissions trading scheme planning

The timetable for an emissions trading scheme has been penciled in and already there have been preliminary talks on technical issues with industry and non-Government groups.
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UK forestry prices continue to increase

The average prices of freehold forestry in the UK rose 35% to 40% on the previous year, according to a 2008 Forest Market report.
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ATDG Conference scheduled for Mooloolaba

Australasian Timber Drying Group’s 48th annual meeting will be held in South-East Queensland next month.
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AGL adopts ENVI, the first Australian made Greenhouse Friendly carbon neutral paper

Integrated energy company AGL will move its customer communication to Australia’s first carbon neutral paper, ENVI.
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Forklift fatality costs company $200,000 fine and conviction

Workplace safety failings which resulted in the death of a forklift driver have resulted in a northern-Victorian company being convicted and fined $200,000.
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A3P welcomes $72 million investment in plantation-based sawmilling

A3P welcomes last week’s opening of a $72 million sawmilling operation in Northern Tasmanian that will create at least 100 direct new jobs.
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2008 Olive Industry Directory out now!

More than 250 new listings and 1300 updated listings are included in the newly released 2008 Australian and New Zealand Olive Industry Directory, published by Ryan Publications.
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Quality timbers up for sale

Held quarterly at Harvey Mill, the Forest Products Commission’s (FPC) log auctions provide wood enthusiasts and craftspeople a unique opportunity to transform some of Western Australia’s best native timbers into works of art.
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