- Australian Paper’s pulp and paper mill
- child labour
- Darren Leyden
- food and beverages
- Greg Combet
- Greg Whiteley
- Injuries and Fatalities
- Jim Henneberry
- Latrobe Valley
- Nippon Paper
- Peter Ryan
- sport manufacturing
- Te Kuiti Meat Processors
- Whiteley Corporation
Man injures arm at meat plant
A man has been freed after he had his arm trapped in a machine at a meat processing plant in New Zealand this morning.
Tomago manufacturer expands in United States
Whiteley Corporation, the leading global innovator in medical and industrial cleaning products, has received approval from the U.S. Federal Drug Administrator, to sell its newly developed disinfectant product in America.
Boutique beers increases productions, defies slump
Micro-breweries have defied slump despite beer consumption dropping nationally, the ABC news reports.
Sherrin recalls Auskick balls, ends child labour
As more Australian manufacturing moves offshore, can you really know who is making your product? Hetaal Badiyani reports.
Government grants $9.5 m for pulp plant construction
A press release issued by the Premier of Victoria has stated that the Australian government will provide a $9.5 million grant towards a $90 million project to construct a de-inked pulp plant at Australian Paper’s pulp and paper mill at Maryvale in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley.