pressreleases Heyfield mill move to Tasmania should be without handouts, Greens say By Editor Posted on June 14, 2017 Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Read hereABC Related Items: Share Tweet Share Share Email Author Credits: [show_post_categories parent="no" parentcategory="writers" show = "category" hyperlink="yes"] 1 Comment 1 Comment Claire Gilmour June 14, 2017 at 11:52 pm Oh come off it â€“ â€˜Australian Sustainable Hardwoodsâ€™ indeed! If they were â€˜sustainableâ€™ they wouldnâ€™t be preparing to move from their ruined Victorian forests to Tasmania. Using the â€˜jobsâ€™ mantra, like Ta ann did, and just how many previously paid workers and businesses will be employed once again to get yet another taxpayer funded payout? They have shafted their own Victorian workers in the name of â€˜sustainabilityâ€™. What a joke! The gravy train just goes round and around and around â€¦ NO MORE! Come to continue to ruin Tasmania with taxpayer funds at your own peril ASH â€¦ Go away â€¦ lest you see some very high profile war happen. When the chips are down, Come to Tasmania to get your free taxpayer funded crown. When youâ€™ve ashed your own bed, Bled, your own state dry, Give the government funding rorting state a try. To the Tarkine, head to ruin, To ensure the far N/W is destroyed for tourism Some canâ€™t wait, To get another bite of ruinous bait.