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The proposed Karuah quarry would help meet aggregate demand in the Newcastle and Greater Hunter areas.

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Hard rock quarry gets green light

A state planning commission has approved a proposed new quarry which will take up the load from an existing site within five years. Read more »
The NSW Planning Assessment Commission has said that a coal mining proposal’s estimates of its economic benefits are not credible.

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Call for more quality control in project assessments

A planning commission has determined that the economic benefits of a mining proposal are “not credible”, stating that it will not accept untested claimed benefits in project assessment reports. Read more »
NSW Roads and Maritime Services is reviewing road safety for Waterfall Way.

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Quarry trucks prompt road safety review

An increase in quarry truck movements along a key road has prompted a state government to review road safety strategies in the area. Read more »

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Improving your business doesn’t stop at carbon

With a new Senate taking office from this month, the dismantling of the carbon tax is assured. However, as Damian Christie cautions, for quarries the regulatory challenges are still there and the industry should still embrace and develop innovation and sustainability to its own advantage. Read more »
The River Bend quarry still has more gravel to offer.

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Council approves quarry life extension

An application to extend a gravel quarry’s operational life by 14 years has been approved by council. Read more »
WA Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion has urged mining tenement holders to register for the Mining Rehabilitation Fund by 30 June.

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Rehabilitation fund to become compulsory

Some quarry operators could face a fine if they do not register for a mandatory state fund that aims to improve the rehabilitation of excavation sites. Read more »
The Yandina quarry has won its appeal against the Sunshine Coast Council.

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Quarry successfully appeals council decision

A court has ruled in favour of a development application lodged by a quarry operator on appeal, five years after the DA was originally put to the local council. Read more »


 


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