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.
Ai Weiwei visits elephant camps in Myanmar, where efforts to reduce logging have created new dangers for more than 1,000 "jobless" timber elephants.
The former Motoring Enthusiast Party senator is accused of owing a mill owner thousands of dollars for stock.
Plans for a controversial woodchip export facility in southern Tasmania hit a major snag, with the state's biggest salmon producer declaring the plant cannot operate so close to its fish farms.
Environmentalists celebrate after the Federal Court extends a logging ban in the Central Highlands in Victoria until next year.
Quintis has not traded on the share market since May and its chairman says the company is disappointed with the outcome.
A proposal for a $42 million woodchip export facility in southern Tasmania is the key to rebuilding the sector, an industry chief says.
Conservation scientists are calling on the Tasmanian Government to ban logging in recognised swift parrot nesting areas after discovering a key site in the state's south was recently felled.
Denison independent Andrew Wilkie is accusing the Tasmanian Government of taking advantage of a freight subsidy scheme to help deal with a lingering forest issue.