Monthly Archives: May 2014

Forestry political losers in NZ

New Zealand First said forestry businesses and sawmill workers would be the real losers from the Government’s removal of tariffs on imported building materials. Source: New Zealand First Party
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World Bioenergy Conference on renewable energy and efficiency

In the first week of June, four Victorians and a Tasmanian are attending the 2014 World Bioenergy Conference in Jönköping, Sweden, with two from the group involved in proceedings. Source: Andrew Lang World Bioenergy Association board member for Australasia-Oceania
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In the FRAME for innovation

FRAME Australia 2014 has evolved into a conference that heralded change and innovation for the timber industry. Source: Timberbiz

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Unfair treatment over NZ ETS

The New Zealand Government has been accused of discriminating against some forest owners with a surprise law change to the Emissions Trading Scheme. Sources: Radio New Zealand, New Zealand Forest Owners Association
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FRAME for innovation

FRAME Australia 2014 has evolved into a conference that heralded change and innovation for the timber industry. Source: Timberbiz
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Forest wars over Tasmania reignite

Environment groups will step up their “forest war” campaign to preserve Tasmania’s existing World Heritage area boundaries, following a rejection of the federal government’s ambitions to have them withdrawn. Source: The Australian
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NZ stats show timber growing

New Zealand’s latest agricultural statistics show that while the 2013 drought led to lower stock numbers in most sectors, and a slowdown in dairy industry growth, it provided ideal conditions for arable crops. Source: Radio New Zealand
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Tilling to distribute CLT for KLH

Tilling is now the Australian and New Zealand distributor of KLH cross laminated timber (CLT) products. Source: Infolink
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Eden chip mill leaves state timber contract

Eden woodchip mill will not be renewing its contract to purchase timber from state forests in East Gippsland, Victoria, when the current agreement expires at the end of 2014. Source: The Eden Magnet
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Tallest timber office for Australia

Fitzpatrick + Partners are designing what could be Australia’s tallest timber commercial building for Sydney’s central business district. Source: Architecture Australia
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