Gunns’ liquidator will widen an investigation into the Tasmanian timber company’s collapse to decide whether former directors should be pursued.
David Beniuk Gunns' liquidator will widen an investigation into the Tasmanian timber company's collapse.
Timber giant Gunns may have traded while insolvent, administrators of the collapsed company say.
Paddy Manning The directors of Gunns should be investigated for potential breaches, administrators say.
Ben Butler and Paddy Manning Insolvency firms are circling Tasmanian woodchip exporter Gunns, jockeying for the job of taking on management of the company should it fall into administration following a shocking $904 million loss...
Ben Butler The future of the controversial Tasmanian pulp mill project planned by Gunns has been thrown into fresh doubt.
Ben Butler The future of the controversial Bell Bay pulp mill planned by Tasmanian forestry group Gunns is in doubt after the company was swamped yesterday by a tsunami of bad financial news.
Ben Butler and Lucy Battersby The law firm behind a mammoth class action against Great Southern is considering launching a similar action against Gunns.
Ben Butler UP TO 59,000 investors in wood-growing schemes run by failed timber company Gunns will have to wait two months before they learn whether administrators think value can be salvaged from the projects.
Andrew Darby Former Gunns chief executive Greg L'Estrange has described the fallen timber giant's internal company processes as a compliance nightmare.
Andrew Darby Gunns' former chief executive has damned the culture he found at the failed forestry company.
Ben Butler The problem with Gunns is that the numbers don't add up - and haven't for some time.
Andrew Darby Gunns' receivers have claimed strong backing for pursuing the failed timber company's centrepiece $2.2 billion pulp mill project.
Andrew Darby The receivers to Gunns have claimed strong backing for pursuing the failed timber company's centrepiece $2.2 billion pulp mill project.
Tasmanian Premier Lara Giddings has written to the receivers for Gunns, asking them to consider farmers hit by the timber company’s collapse.
How Gunns ended up in administration.
Ben Butler Gunns heads into administration after banks pulled the plug on the loss-making company, placing more than 600 jobs at risk.
Elizabeth Knight It's a great day for environmentalists but a very ugly moment for the shareholders and bankers who have funded the controversial forestry business Gunns.
Georgia Wilkins Embattled timber company Gunns has been taken to the Supreme Court by the purchaser of its Victorian hardwood mill.
Ben Butler Gunns is hit with a tax bill of $42.5 million over a 2007 deal involving its woodchipping equipment.