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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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The ACCC will head off any companies trying to take advantage of the carbon tax.

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ACCC scrutinises carbon tax price increases

Confusion exists about the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) role with regards to the setting of price increases in line with the carbon tax.
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Small quarry and sandpit operators in WA need to be aware of mines legislation.

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WA quarries must have project management plans

Small quarry or sandpit operators in Western Australia may be unaware that they are considered “small mines” and may fall under the state’s Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994 (the Act).

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