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Support for forest industries a key issue in Eden-Monaro by-election
Master Builders’ bold action plan for CoVid-19 recovery
AFPA backs HIA Home Building Recovery Plant to kickstart CoVid-19 recovery
Australia needs to invest in bioenergy and bioeconomy
Tasmanian forestry activists may kill someone with malicious ‘spiking’ of trees
HIA sobering stats underpin call for new housing stimulus
Forest industries launch digital campaign to thank those on CoVid-19 frontline
Minister Tudge right on immigration. Forest industries urge new housing stimulus to help counter massive demand
AFPA submission to Royal Commission calls for new vision in managing Australia’s 132 million-hectare native forest
AFPA forecasts a calamitous decline in housing construction: urgent recovery package needed
AFPA welcomes NSW government bushfire recovery package and focus on forest product industries
AFPA welcomes start of Bushfire Royal Commission and calls for recognition of economic importance of forestry
Australia’s Forest Product Industries doing their part for national resilience
Temporary visa extensions will help guarantee supply of fresh fruit and vegetables for Australians
Forest Industries welcome establishment of Department of Regional NSW and calls for bushfire recovery to be a priority
Australia’s forest products industries pay tribute to industry doyen and pioneer Richard Neville-Smith
Victorian RFAs extensions welcome, but Andrews’ plan to close native timber industry still casts shadow over its future
Australian Forest products industries essential for food and medicine production and transport
Forest Product Industries will continue to provide Australians with essential services during CoVid-19 crisis
Manage forests and protect biodiversity on International Day of Forests 2020
Royal Commission forum told recovery of South West Slopes softwood industry is vital for region’s economy
NSW Government’s support for forest industries a welcome first step
Victorian Liberal Nationals to be commended for calling for forest industry ban inquiry
Andrews Government must urgently intervene to save timber towns and jobs
Tasmanian government paves way for mechanical fuel reduction to tackle Australian bushfires
AFPA CEO Ross Hampton’s ABC Op-ed on bushfire prevention
Australians identify lack of hazard reduction as main reason for bushfires
A win for Tasmanian forestry workers’ right to a safe workplace
Hazard reduction named in national bushfire Royal Commission terms of reference
Forestry contractors put their case for support to Federal MPs in parliament
Forest industries back R&D to help reach government $100 billion target
Forest industries welcome Minister Littleproud back to Agriculture portfolio
Royal Commission into bushfires must look at mechanical fuel reduction to complement prescribed burns
Premier Andrews needs to URGENTLY EXPLAIN APPARENT changes to timber plan
A NEW Minister for Agriculture MUST STRIVE to EQUAL Bridget MCKENZIE’S passion for Forestry
Forest industries DEPLORE VICTORIAN koala deaths and LAUNCH INVESTIGATION to DETERMINE CULPRIT
New report makes case for mechanical fuel reduction in national bushfire strategy
Pm flags hazard reduction focus for Royal commission, which must include mechanical fuel removal
Local solutions needed for waste export ban
Forest thinning can reduce bushfire risk – academics
Former Victorian labor Premier John Brumby supports national royal commission
Support welcome for forestry businesses
Support for bushfire royal commission
Forestry “hi Viz heroes” a vital part of regional Australia
North coast NSW koalas need a strong forest industry if They are to prosper
Fire fighting assets should be focused on saving livelihoods after lives
ABC rn places regional communities and blue-collar jobs a distant second
WWF UK builds new headquarters with native forest timbers whilst WWF Australia says ban native timbers…go figure