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The Australian Government’s A Better Future for our Regions
and A Future Grown in Australia
policies establish the government’s commitment to Australia’s forest industries.
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Previously titled Guide to Managing Risks of Tree Trimming and Removal Work
, Safe Work Australia now offers the updated Guide to Managing the Risks of Tree Work
Business Development, EOI, Forestry, Government
The Environment, Resources and Development Committee of the South Australian Parliament has published an Interim Report for its Urban Forest inquiry containing 13 Recommendations for regulatory change to better acknowledge the value of trees, to provide better protection for existing trees and to support tree planting.
Councils, Eye on the Industry, Government, Industry Events
There are opportunities for forestry development with the Australian Government seeking expressions of interest to establish two research centres under Australian Forest and Wood Innovations (AFWI) to deliver innovative forestry research and development.
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Join the Trees in Cities Challenge, a global movement to restore, protect and maintain trees in urban areas worldwide.
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The National Capital Authority is overseeing tree replacement in the forecourt of the National Library of Australia. Works include the replacement of the existing trees, replenishment of the soil, upgrades to the irrigation system and the installation of new grass.
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Federal government wage subsidies are available to provide financial incentives to hire and retain eligible participants.Read More
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Australia’s Fair Work Commission (FWC) recently announced an increase of 5.75 per cent to the National Minimum Wage (NMW) and all Minimum Modern Award wage rates, effective from the first full pay period on or after July 1, 2023.
Eye on the Industry, Government, Training
The Australian Government is investing $10 million over four years in the Forestry Workforce Training Program. The program will support the delivery of skills and training to meet the requirements of Australia’s forest and wood products sectors.
The Apprentices and Trainees Payroll Tax Rebate provides employers with payroll tax rebates on wages paid to eligible apprentices, trainees and young people.