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The Bath city council insists that if you want to build there you must use Bath stone.

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Bath stone demand reopens mothballed quarry

A Victorian bath stone quarry, which was mothballed for half a century, has been reopened and new tunnel dug down to the underground Park Lane quarry.  Read more »
CME has won two major contracts with BHP to supply a full range of wear plates and liners.

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CME wins two BHP contracts

Crushing & Mining Equipment has won a 10-year contract to supply wear liners to BHP Billiton Iron Ore’s Pilbara sites in Western Australia.  Read more »
The organisers of Hillhead 2012 have created a new YouTube channel to host official video clips.

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Dedicated YouTube site for Hillhead 2014

Since Hillhead is the world’s largest working quarry show, it’s not surprising that it now has a dedicated YouTube channel. Read more »
The IROCK WJC-2644 is a primary crusher for hard rock, concrete, sand, gravel and slag.

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Primary crusher on wheels

IROCK Crushers has launched a wheeled jaw crusher, the WJC-2644.

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Neilsen has had approval for its quarry extension at Kin Kin since 2010.

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Dispute continues for Kin Kin quarry

Kin Kin quarry on the Sunshine Coast is facing more opposition with local residents continuing a campaign which includes chaining young children to a bridge. Read more »
Prof Quentin Grafton: Levels of resources and energy investment will decline sharply from next year.

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Resources and energy projects to decline

All is not well with resources and energy projects, according to the release of a report by the Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics. Read more »
Attracting women into non- traditional occupations could help Australia’s GDP.

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Women in male industries could boost GDP

As male-dominated industries like mining and construction are urged to look to women to overcome skills shortages, now there’s a toolkit to help. Read more »
From left to right: Dr Ian Dove (CSIRO), Dr Walter Valery (Metso), Jonathan Law (CSIRO) and João Ney Colagrossi (president, services business line, mining and construction for Metso).

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Advanced R&D to come from new partnership

Metso Process Technology and Innovation (PTI) has formed a partnership with the CSIRO to develop and provide advanced technological services and solutions for the resources industry. Read more »
A 1000m2 ancient quarry site has been uncovered near Jerusalem.

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City of quarries unearths more treasures

A 2000 year old quarry has been discovered during an excavation for the paving of a highway in Jerusalem, the Israel Antiquities Authorities (IAA) has announced. Read more »
Indeco has a range of hydraulic attachments including crusher boom systems.

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New breaker distributor for Indeco

Hydraulic breakers and attachments supplier Indeco Australia has appointed Total Connections, a hydraulic hose and fitting supplier and manufacturer, as its distributor in Western Australia. Read more »
Nubian goats are amongst the flock grazing at a former Californian sand mine.

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Environmentally friendly goats employed in quarry

Goats may be the new employees of the future for quarries if a rehabilitation project in the US defies the sceptics. Read more »
In August 2012, Ausenco purchased the Rylson Group to maximise opportunities in asset management services.

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Operators turning to asset optimisation

A global engineering and project management company is gearing up for an anticipated surge in demand for asset optimisation services. Read more »


 


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