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Terex MPS has added the MC1300 cone module to its range of mobile equipment.

Cone module added to Terex range

Terex Minerals Processing Systems has added the MC1300 cone module to its modular product line. Read more »
The next generation Pantera rock drill is equipped with the R2045C top hammer.

Sandvik hammers home rock drill changes

Sandvik Mining has launched the world’s largest hydraulic top hammer rock drill in the Australian market. Read more »
QBC will build its first site at Glyn Rhonwy, Llanberis, and is looking for partners to build and operate the facility.

Electric dreams for disused quarries

Abandoned quarries could be transformed into energy storage facilities and one abandoned pit is leading the way in the UK. Read more »
The Hon Michael O’Brien says that infrastructure spending in Victoria is on the increase, at least for a few years.

Increased surplus to go to infrastructure

A state treasurer has unveiled plans to increase infrastructure spending over the next few years. Read more »
The local council is questioning an extension application by Gunnedah Quarry Products.

Local council fires legal salvo at quarry

Gunnedah Shire Council is obtaining legal advice over the operations of Gunnedah Quarry Products. Read more »
Not much has changed since the 2011 report on gender diversity.

Diversity report shows little change

Consult Australia’s Workforce Diversity 2013 report on professional services firms within the built and natural environment industry shows slow change for women. Read more »
Lincom has taken on the Australian licence to distribute CDE sand processing plant and equipment.

Sand plant specialist announces new dealer

Lincom Pacific Equipment has joined sand processing plant manufacturer CDE’s Global Partner Network with responsibility for Australia and New Zealand. Read more »
The Stockpile Reports system calculates stockpile volumes with a smartphone.

IQA conference showcases Stockpile Reports

A new stockpile reporting system has been demonstrated at a Holcim quarry in Townsville. Read more »
Hornsby Quarry may transform into a much needed sports area for the district.

Sporty end for Hornsby Quarry

Hornsby Quarry, so very recently at the centre of a protracted legal battle, may become a centre for another type of sport. Read more »
The school hall ceiling collapsed after being hit by shotrock from a nearby blast.

Quarry blast injures school students

Fourteen pupils and a teacher were injured when a rock the size of a soccer ball landed on the roof of a school hall.
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Hornsby Council has won a protracted legal battle over its purchase of Hornsby Quarry in 2002.

Council wins valued quarry fight

A local council can finally move on with plans to build at an abandoned quarry more than 10 years after purchasing the land.
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The EPA has suspended a northern NSW quarry business’ environmental licence for exceeding its extraction limit.

Quarry loses licence for exceeding extraction limit

A quarry business has had its licence suspended by the EPA for exceeding its gravel extraction limits.

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