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Granite Construction has not given up on opening a quarry in Temecula in the US.

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Scaled down quarry proposal gets cool reception

US quarry giant Granite Construction has resubmitted a scaled-down version of its controversial Liberty Quarry project in southern California in an attempt to win fast-track approval.
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The CCAA and the IQA will be hosting a golf day in Tasmania.

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Golf day opens work safety month

Extractive industry members will have the opportunity to show off their golfing prowess when they tee off at the 2012 Tasmanian Golf Day on Friday, 5 October.
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Sullair staff donated proceeds of their walk to Alzheimer's Australia.

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Sullair staff walk 2900km for dementia research

Sullair Australia favoured fresh air over compressed air as the company embarked on a fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Australia Dementia Research Foundation.  Read more »
Three stone huts at the quarry were damaged in the storms and floods of 2011.

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Flood recovery complete at heritage quarry

As part of the Victorian Government's $19.7 million flood recovery program, the heritage-listed Heatherlie Quarry in Stawell, Victoria, is the latest recovery project completed in the Grampians National Park. Read more »
Rockwell's symposium will focus on aspects of safety from functional safety design to risk assessment.

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SA hosts Rockwell safety symposium

Rockwell Automation has a free one-day safety symposium in Adelaide on 8 August to highlight developments in safety technology and automation. Read more »
The Neilsen Group owns the Kin Kin Quarry site on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland.

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Council to approve Kin Kin Quarry plan

Kin Kin quarry on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is due to have its management plan approved by council, much to the annoyance of local opponents.
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Caterpillar’s new hydraulic track drills are based on the Bucyrus track drills with a Cat engine and components.

Drill & Blast
Ex-Bucyrus track drill gets a Cat makeover

Caterpillar’s new hydraulic track drills are designed with a sturdy frame for long life and an advanced carousel rod changer for fast cycle times. They are based on former Bucyrus track drills with a Cat engine and other Cat components.
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Tweed Shire Council will endeavour to overcome the issues that led to the closure of Sandercock Quarry.

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Lawful quarry closes to avoid legal action

A Murwillumbah quarry in New South Wales has been closed by its owners after a dispute cost the business hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees.
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Little Dugless works remotely.

Maintenance
Little Dugless digs deep

The Dugless 900 is a remote-controlled compact crawler unit designed to manoeuvre under low conveyors and clear up blockages and spillages from inaccessible and remote points around conveyor systems.  Read more »
Precisionscreen's feature filled horizontal triple deck screening plant on tracks.

Mobile Plant
Triple deck tracked screen

Precisionscreen Australia has a new PS480t 20’ x 8’ horizontal triple deck screening plant on tracks. 

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Quarry workers were among the most engaged workers in the survey.

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Quarrymen 8th on list of most motivated workers

In a recent survey to determine which industries have the most and the least motivated workforces, quarrying came through with a pleasing result. 
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Extracting lime using solar power has been demonstrated in a proof-of-concept device.

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Extracting lime with solar power

A new low emission and cheaper method for extracting lime from limestone may be the answer if solar power can be made day and night.
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