Menu Close

Articles on Gunns

Displaying all articles

Gunns enjoyed fabulous profits, but the seeds of its collapse were planted from the outset. AAP

The untold story of the role of government in the rise and fall of Gunns

The spotlight is shining on the collapsed Gunns, its former chairman John Gay, and the Tasmanian Government’s machinations to secure a pulpmill at all costs. But the pivotal role of successive Commonwealth…
The banks have pulled the plug on loss-making company Gunns after it announced a $904 million loss. Image from

Timber giant Gunns felled by the ‘perfect storm’

Forestry company Gunns has been entered into voluntary administration after posting a $904 million loss today. Tough economic conditions, including a high Australian dollar and falling woodchip prices…
In the game of economic and environmental chess, Gunns’s position is looking precarious.

Gunns heading for its Tasmanian endgame

In chess, the endgame takes place when only a handful of pieces are left on the board. In close games, the players must select the best move available to avoid being checkmated. Gunns – Tasmania’s “forest…

Top contributors