Environmentalists frequently talk about deforestation in terms of how many "soccer pitches" are logged. But what if you measure it by MCGs?
Money might not grow on trees, but they are becoming more profitable. And it's not just about forestry and timber — the tree economy has many diverse branches.
Thousands of hectares of state forest appear to have been logged illegally, an ABC investigation finds, amounting to what some say is the mass "theft" by a government-owned for-profit logging company.
Indian sandalwood company Quintis emerges from administration as a private company after a $145 million cash injection from its creditors.
An Indian sandalwood company with plantations in the Kimberley is bought by global forestry giant Mercer International.
ASX-listed Midway Limited commits $17 million to boost woodchip exports from the remote Tiwi Islands in the Northern Territory.
From its festivals to food, arts and tourism, Tasmania is enjoying a renaissance of sorts, and the state's timber industry is also cashing in on a newfound popularity after years in the doldrums.
A remote saw mill in Arnhem Land has secured one of its most significant contracts, selling timber to a project in Darwin's CBD.
The operator of southern Tasmania's only direct freight service announces it's pulling out of the state in two weeks, which will force customers to transport goods to northern ports by road or rail.