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A new report from the South Australian Government aims to address land use conflicts for the quarry industry.

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State vows to tackle urban encroachment

A state government has released a plan that could assist in minimising the impact of urban encroachment on quarry operations. Read more »
Boral’s Gold Coast Quarry at Reedy Creek has again been rejected by the city council.

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Council thwarts plans for Australia’s "biggest" quarry

One of Australia’s largest councils has again rejected an application by Boral to build a new two million tonnes per annum hard rock quarry on a 220ha greenfield site. Read more »
WA Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion said over 1000 tenement holders failed to register for the MRF.

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Rehabilitation fund starts to collect

The quarrying and mining industries have responded positively to a now mandatory state rehabilitation fund but businesses who have not registered will soon have to pay up. Read more »


 


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