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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Jobs axed as woodchip mill closesmill closes Sorry, this video has expired The Australian Manufacturing Worker
Jobs axed as woodchip mill closes
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
mill closes Sorry, this video has expired The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union has been told Gunns will close its Triabunna woodchip mill on Tasmania's east coast, with the loss of 50 jobs. Mill workers were stood down temporarily in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Triabunna mill site work was lawful, owners sayTriabunna woodchip mill: Site work at 'defunct' mill was lawful, say owners Th
Triabunna mill site work was lawful, owners say
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Triabunna woodchip mill: Site work at 'defunct' mill was lawful, say owners The owners of Tasmania's Triabunna woodchip mill have defended their handling of the site's decommissioning, saying it was lawful. The Tasmanian Government wants a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Wood residue exports poised to resume to deal with backlogresidue bottleneck Exports of wood residues could resume from southern Tasmani
Wood residue exports poised to resume to deal with backlog
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
residue bottleneck Exports of wood residues could resume from southern Tasmania within months for the first time since the Triabunna woodchip mill was shut down five years ago. Forestry Minister Peter Gutwein announced the State Government is in... Read more
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Weekly Times
Good, better, besttrial for owner Matthew Johnson, of Westbury in Tasmania, and impressed in the
Good, better, best
Weekly Times / Posted 4 days ago
trial for owner Matthew Johnson, of Westbury in Tasmania, and impressed in the auction demonstration. The price, paid by Paul and Jean Weeding of Triabunna in Tasmania, eclipsed the previous top of $9000 in 2011. Most popular Country Living sto... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian farmers' group calls for more detail on new woodchip mill proposaldriver Darren Oates has revealed his $30 million plan to build a mill and port
Tasmanian farmers' group calls for more detail on new woodchip mill proposal
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
driver Darren Oates has revealed his $30 million plan to build a mill and port at an unnamed location between Hobart and Triabunna, on the east coast. But the TFGA said it wanted details, as farmers who had planted private forests had suffered... Read more

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