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Enduron crushers and screening equipment from Weir Minerals.

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Enduron crushers and screens

Weir Minerals has introduced Enduron brand crushers and screens as part of a new line of comminution equipment including crushers, screens and feeders for the mining, sand and aggregate industries. Read more »
Penrhyn Quarry from an article in the Saturday Magazine 1832.

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The Great Strike of Penrhyn Quarry

Penrhyn Quarry, located in the north of Wales, today claims to have the world’s longest flying fox - but it is also famous for one of the world’s largest and longest industrial disputes. Read more »
A report to Moyne Shire Council has revealed that decayed basalt rock is in short supply in the shire.

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Quarry application splits town

A proposed quarry in Laang, near Warrnambool, Victoria has divided the community. Llocal residents strongly oppose the application while small business firms have given it their support. Read more »
An industry compact was signed by industry leaders and presented to government.

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Industry leaders affirm VET system

An industry agreement signed by industry leaders and peak bodies has reaffirmed their ongoing commitment to Industry Training Packages in the Vocational Educational Training system. Read more »
Measuring slag viscosity at CSIRO.

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Model toolkit for slag

The CSIRO has announced the development of an experimental database and modelling toolkit to assess the suitability of coals for gasification.  Read more »
AIMEX will have a focus on quarrying equipment and services.

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Quarry attractions at AIMEX 2013

The Asia-Pacific International Mining Exhibition 2013 (AIMEX) opens in August, with more than 50 exhibitors identifying themselves as quarrying, crushing and screening products and services suppliers. Read more »
Changes to the 457 visa laws will compel employers to do local labour market testing before recruiting overseas workers..

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457 bill passes but industry unhappy

Kevin Rudd's return as Prime Minister has done little to alter the Federal Government's determination to enact changes to 457 visa regulations. Read more »
The Total Rockbreaking team outside the company office in Western Australia.

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New dealer for Rammer in the west

Sandvik Construction has appointed Total Rockbreaking Solutions as its new authorised dealer in Western Australia for its range of Rammer hydraulic breakers and attachments.  Read more »
Port Stephens mayor Bruce McKenzie will not vote against Eagleton Quarry.

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Council rocks quarry with legal confusion

Differing legal advice has sparked a fierce debate within the Port Stephens Council over the validity of a local quarry several decades into its lifespan. Read more »
A Nirox TRG403 trommel is averaging 300 to 350 tonnes per hour at Bass Point Quarry.

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Trommel proves its worth

Minroc’s Hire Nirox TRG403 trommel is filling in for the CRG504 at Bass Point Quarry, chewing through aggregate at 350 tonnes per hour. Read more »
V8 Supercar racer Jamie Whincup and Queensland Assistant Minister for TAFE Saxon Rice with TAFE students at Komatsu’s Sherwood Training and Education Centre.

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Komatsu donates flood damaged machinery

More than half a million dollars of earthmoving machinery has been donated to five registered training organisations (RTOs) around Australia to help train mechanical apprentices. Read more »
A Belize construction company may only receive a light penalty for demolishing a Mayan pyramid mound.

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Light penalty for Mayan demolition

A Belize construction company may get off lightly after last month partly demolishing one of the country’s largest Mayan pyramid mounds. Read more »


 


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