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Rock Lobsters20191218  TBW Newsgroup

EXCLUSIVE: Deadly virus outbreak triggers Chinese lobster lockout

THE deadly coronavirus has brought the southern rock lobster industry to a virtual standstill as China tightens its borders in the wake of the...
Lamb (2)  TBW Newsgroup

Saleyard increase forecast despite decline in volume

SALEYARD prices for sheep meat will skyrocket in the 2019/20 financial year despite a decrease in volume and value, a national report has predicted. This...
Des Knoll, Dr Geoffrey Shaw, Lynette Martin Peter Gandolfi  TBW Newsgroup

Regional producers urged to explore South Asian opportunities

THE Australian High Commissioner in Pakistan has urged regional producers to tap into emerging export opportunities in the South Asian country. During a visit to...
Stuart And Adam Merrett (5)  TBW Newsgroup

Chips are down

A SLUMP in woodchip exports is driving a "worrying" downturn with reports emerging up to 100 jobs have been lost across the region's forestry...
Port Of Portland  TBW Newsgroup

Diverted ships ease port trade

A DECLINE in the number of Chinese woodfibre exports ships anchoring at the Port of Portland has triggered a reduction in hours for some...
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Inquiry puts pine exports on agenda

THE issue of log exports is expected to trigger robust discussion among council leaders this week as concerns continue over the volume of woodfibre...

OFO extends sawlog export halt

THE region's largest plantation owner will continue to halt sawlogs flowing out of the Port of Portland in a move to shore up supply...

Timber association backs call to harness log exports

THE South Australian Timber Processors Association has thrown its weight behind recent calls by federal and state parliamentarians for better management of export contracts...

Raw log direct exports limit regional timber processors’ growth potential

MEMBER for Barker Tony Pasin has warned in parliament South East regional timber processors are stymied for growth because of the ongoing direct export of raw logs to overseas processors.[…]

Growing demand for Australian wine

AUSTRALIAN wine exports increased by 15pc to $2.56b in the 12 months ending December 2017, according to Wine Australia's Export Report[...]

Chinese export licence granted

MORE than 10 jobs are set to become available at the multi-million dollar Blue Lake Dairy Group next month after the Tantanoola facility was...

Organic demand grows

INTERNATIONAL demand for premium organic produce is on the rise, prompting the Australian Government to review regulations on the export of organics to ensure producers can take full advantage of opportunities.[...]

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Back in town to transform community gym

A NEW era dawns for the Millicent Gymnastics Club, with a full time coach and club manager appointed this week. Fiona McDonald will take on...