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City retail sector ‘above average’

WHILE agriculture, forestry and fishing remain the Limestone Coast’s biggest employers, retail work in the Blue Lake city is booming. Accounting for a massive 12.8pc of […]

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Timber heritage preserved

THE Nangwarry streetscape has a new addition after a sculpture depicting the town’s lifeblood – the forestry industry – was officially unveiled last week. Created by […]

Timber processors back inquiry

THE South Australian Timber Processors Association has welcomed calls for a parliamentary inquiry into wood exports, urging policy makers to examine the volume of log exports […]

Region flourishes

NEW figures show the agriculture, forestry and fishing sectors have an output of nearly $560m in the Grant district, which is closely followed by the manufacturing […]

Native infestation

SOUTH East protected native species sallow wattle (acacia longifolia) has became a threatening pest away from the coast. While not an officially declared pest, Natural Resources […]

KCA mill workers to vote on new pay deal

MEMBERS of the largest blue collar union at the Kimberly-Clark Australia Millicent Mill will vote on a new enterprise bargaining offer of a staggered 4.5pc pay rise and a $1000 cash incentive. Negotiations between the company[…]