FIFTY YEARS ago Mount Gambier hosted a large contingent of Timber Merchants to the region, led by many industry leaders who went on to bring Hoo-Hoo to Australia. Now a tour, “Come and See’ has been organized to commemorates the vision of those past leaders and honour them.
THE FEDERAL Government’s Satellite Phone Subsidy Scheme helps people living, working or travelling for extended periods outside areas with handheld terrestrial mobile phone coverage to purchase satellite mobile phones.
WHITTAKERS LTD is to expand production at the Greenbushes Sawmill and processing facility. It has reached an agreement with the Forest Products Commission (FPC) to take in an additional 14,400 tonnes of jarrah sawlogs for processing and converting into value added products including f
FORESTRYSA last financial year paid $44m to the State Government in taxation and dividends (up from $23m in 2008-09) and more than $1.2m in rates to various Local Governments, according to its annual report.
BUSES ARE continuing to fill up with protesters bound for Adelaide for tomorrow’s major rally against the privatisation of South Australian Forests. So far, nine will be making the journey in convoy with an estimated 40‐50 log trucks and semi trailers. Dozens of private vehicles
The Reserve Bank Board today opted for the only sensible course of action and kept the official cash rate on hold, says the Housing Industry Association (HIA), the voice of Australia’s residential building industry.