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The Borneo Post
Sibu Open attracts top state athletes and moreSIBU: The stage is all set for some of the top local track and field athletes t
Sibu Open attracts top state athletes and more
The Borneo Post / Posted 52 minutes ago
SIBU: The stage is all set for some of the top local track and field athletes to compete in the Sibu Open Track & Field Championship at Stadium Tun Zaidi from Sept 5-6. A total of 580 participants have registered including for the first time a team... Read more
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The Star
Tough times for palm plantersWeak CPO price to hurt earnings; rising stockpile and production to affect sent
Tough times for palm planters
The Star / Posted 8 days ago
Weak CPO price to hurt earnings; rising stockpile and production to affect sentiment A BUMPY ride ahead is envisaged for plantation companies as their earnings are expected to be dragged down by weaker average crude palm oil (CPO) selling... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Foreign researchers welcomedState opens its wildlife sanctuaries and national parks to international collab
Foreign researchers welcomed
The Borneo Post / Posted 10 days ago
State opens its wildlife sanctuaries and national parks to international collaboration on conservation Adenan (centre) getting ready to press a button to symbolically launch the ‘Rimba Sarawak’ initiative. Looking on are (from left) Masing, Jabu,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Timber producers challenged to prefabricate products for high rise buildingsBig opportunities for prefabricated timber products for high rise buildings, pr
Timber producers challenged to prefabricate products for high rise buildings
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
Big opportunities for prefabricated timber products for high rise buildings, professor says There are hopes Tasmania's timber industry may find a new path to profitability, with the increasing use of prefabricated timber structures in major building... Read more
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The Star
Fund excludes IJM and Genting from investmentsNorwegian fund to call off investments on environmental issue PETALING JAYA: N
Fund excludes IJM and Genting from investments
The Star / Posted 12 days ago
Norwegian fund to call off investments on environmental issue PETALING JAYA: Norway’s US$871bil sovereign wealth fund Norges Bank has excluded IJM Corp Bhd and Genting Bhd from its investments due to risks of “severe environmental damage”. Two... Read more
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The Star
Weak CPO prices put pressure on earningsPETALING JAYA: The quarterly earnings of most plantation companies will continu
Weak CPO prices put pressure on earnings
The Star / Posted 17 days ago
PETALING JAYA: The quarterly earnings of most plantation companies will continue to be undermined by the weak CPO prices now hovering below RM2,100 per tonne. Market sentiment is also pressured by rising stockpile and higher production outlook in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Forest contractors paid to leave industry seek returnForest contractors paid to leave the industry under the Tasmanian Forests Agree
Forest contractors paid to leave industry seek return
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
Forest contractors paid to leave the industry under the Tasmanian Forests Agreement seek to return By Annah Fromberg and Stephen Smiley Sorry, this video has expired Related Story: First sod turned on construction of new Tasmanian plywood... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
First sod turned on construction of new Tasmanian plywood millFirst sod turned on construction of new Ta Ann plywood mill in Tasmania The Ta
First sod turned on construction of new Tasmanian plywood mill
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
First sod turned on construction of new Ta Ann plywood mill in Tasmania The Tasmanian Premier has turned the first sod on construction of a new plywood mill in the state's north-west. About 200 jobs are expected to be created through the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Ta Ann secures federal forest funding for new millTimber company Sorry, this video has expired Malaysian-based timber company
Ta Ann secures federal forest funding for new mill
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
Timber company Sorry, this video has expired Malaysian-based timber company Ta Ann has secured $7.5 million in federal funding to build a plywood mill in Tasmania's north-west. The company has... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Ta Ann's $16m Smithton veneer mill opens with promise of 120 jobsTa Ann's $16m veneer mill at Smithton opens, company says operation will create
Ta Ann's $16m Smithton veneer mill opens with promise of 120 jobs
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
Ta Ann's $16m veneer mill at Smithton opens, company says operation will create 120 jobs Photo: The plywood plant in Smithton is expected to employ 120 people and generate $40 million for the local economy per year when in full production. (ABC... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Timber sector boosted by current weakening ringgitThe ringgit falling to its 17-year low earlier this week was a boon for Sarawak
Timber sector boosted by current weakening ringgit
The Borneo Post / Posted 30 days ago
The ringgit falling to its 17-year low earlier this week was a boon for Sarawak’s timber players as timber products are mostly exported and priced in the US dollar. KUCHING: The ringgit falling to its 17-year low earlier this week was a boon for... Read more

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