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30/8/2010
A climate for change, Sydney Morning Herald
LAST week we saw Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott as rivals performing genteel courting dances to win over the independents. This week it gets deadly serious, as the four independents must decide who to support. Of the six MPs on the crossbenches, ...   
17/1/2009
On January 5, federal environment minister Peter Garrett delayed final approval for the Gunns' Tamar Valley pulp mill in Tasmania, rejecting three modules of the environmental assessment while approving nine others. Garrett said that it ...   
7/1/2009
The environment and forestry lobbies have slammed the Federal Government's conditional approval of the Gunns pulp mill. The company has the green light to build the controversial $2.2 billion mill in Tasmania's Tamar Valley. But ...   
5/1/2009
Federal Environment Minister Peter Garrett must give timber giant Gunns the green light for its Tasmanian pulp mill without imposing extra environmental protections, the forest industry says.Mr Garrett is expected to announce on Monday ...   
4/1/2009
Australia: Garrett expected to approve Gunns pulp mill, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Federal Government is today expected to announce a decision on whether Gunns' controversial $2 billion northern Tasmanian pulp mill will get the go-ahead. Environment Minister Peter Garrett worked through the weekend to finish the ...   
8/9/2008
The federal government has been accused of granting favours and kowtowing to Gunns Ltd over its controversial Tasmanian pulp mill project. Environment Minister Peter Garrett has granted Gunns a three-month extension on submitting the ...   
27/8/2008
Gunn Limited has asked for a voluntary suspension of its shares from quotation ahead one day ahead of the timber company, which is struggling to finance its planned $2 billion Tasmanian pulp mill, releasing its full-year results. The ...   
14/8/2008
GUNNS Limited has been asked by the Federal Government to outline a timetable for the submission of plans for the $2 billion pulp mill. The request comes as the October 4 deadline for finalisation of the 16 planning modules ...   
26/2/2008
The Tasmanian Greens say the timing of a new wood supply contract for the Bell Bay pulp mill is bizarre. Forestry Tasmania has agreed to supply the mill's developer, Gunns, with 1.5 million cubic metres of timber each year, for ...   
21/1/2008
MORE than three months after federal approval for Gunns' $2 billion pulp mill, final building contracts, finance, construction approvals and boardroom endorsement have yet to be locked in. The delays, and the global credit squeeze, ...   
30/8/2007
FEDERAL Environment Minister Malcom Turnbull has given himself another 30 days to consider approving plans for a controversial pulp mill in Tasmania. This comes as the Tasmanian Government is today expected to vote in favour of ...   
29/8/2007
A decision on whether or not to allow a pulp mill in north-west Tasmania could decide the federal election, the new face of the anti-pulp mill campaign says. Geoffrey Cousins, a wealthy businessman, has enlisted the support of ...   

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