News

Gunns accepts extension of pulp mill decision

Related News about Gunns accepts extension of pulp mill decision

Sort by: Relevance : Date

Timber company Gunns today said it remains committed to building apulp mill in Tasmania despite the chance of it not being approvedbefore the federal election. (Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August, 2007)
+ related stories

Gunns accepts extension of pulp mill decision
Gunns accepts extension of pulp mill decision

Tasmanian Premier Paul Lennon is to seek urgent clarification aboutjust what Environment Minister Malcolm Turnbull has done indelaying his approval of the Gunns pulp mill. (The Age — 30 August, 2007)
+ related stories

Malcolm Turnbull denies a political motive in delaying a decisionon Tasmanian pulp mill. (The Age — 30 August, 2007)
+ related stories

Prime Minister John Howard says he backs the controversialTasmanian pulp mill, but only so long as it meets and environmentalconditions. (The Age — 1 September, 2007)
+ related stories

Kevin Rudd says the federal government is playing politics with thecontroversial Tasmanian pulp mill. (The Age — 1 September, 2007)
+ related stories

Proposed $2bn pulp mill has no chance of surviving environmentalimpact assessment, Greens leader says. (The Age — 13 hours ago)
+ related stories

The Tasmanian Parliament yesterday approved an operating permit fora proposed $2 billion pulp mill in the Tamar Valley just as a pollin the marginal Liberal seat of Bass found 53 per cent of peopleare against the controversial project. (The Age — 31 August, 2007)
+ related stories

TIMBER giant Gunns is predicting a positive financial year, withimprovements in woodchip exports, a weaker Australian dollar, atighter world supply of timber and earnings from its newacquisition, Auspine. (Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August, 2007)
+ related stories

Page1

Similar Posts