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Latest timber industry news, updated on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Business comes to grips with climate change at The Safety Show

Financial and practical help for tackling the business impact of climate change will be a feature of seminars at The Safety Show Sydney over the first two of the three-day event next week.
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Forestry is no longer a 20th Century economy

Forestry is no longer a 20th Century economy but a part of the new economy in a world coping with carbon pollution.
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Komatsu Forest area manager rides for good cause

Nigel Howard is again competing with his fellow pink suited bike riders in the 210km ride in the aid of Breast Cancer Network Australia.
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Komatsu Forest area manager rides for good cause

Nigel Howard is again competing with his fellow pink suited bike riders in the 210km ride in the aid of Breast Cancer Network Australia.
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Wood prices tipped to hit new heights as overseas demand soars

Wood fibre prices worldwide have been rising steadily for the past six years, reaching record levels in the second quarter 2008.
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Adelaide timber show announces special guests

Adelaide Timber and Working with Wood Show organisers are pleased to announce that Richard Vaughan, Richard Raffan and Stan ‘the Man’ Ceglinski will be presenting interactive seminars, workshops, live woodwork demonstrations and entertaining the crowds at this years show.
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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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