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Infrastructure Victoria will be an independent expert authority tasked with advising the state government on Victoria’s infrastructure needs.

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New infrastructure body to provide greater certainty

An independent advisory body that has been proposed by a state government is expected to improve transparency and confidence in the state’s infrastructure projects. Read more »
Major projects such as the Pacific Highway upgrade are set to benefit from the NSW Government’s record infrastructure investment.

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Infrastructure takes centre stage in state budget

The aggregates and construction materials industry has welcomed a state government’s recent budget announcement, which features a record infrastructure funding commitment. Read more »
Drilling and testing have shown complexities in Lynwood Quarry’s current resource.

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Major quarry applies to relocate extraction

The operator of a major hard rock quarry development has applied to extract granite from a new area after its current target resource yielded disappointing geological results. Read more »
The construction industry has called for political parties to act more responsibly after one threatened to cancel a light rail project if elected.

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Politics reducing confidence in Aussie infrastructure: ACA

An industry body has claimed that political agendas are eroding confidence in Australian infrastructure projects and affecting the country’s international competitiveness. Read more »
A photo taken from the Westpac rescue helicopter of the Heathstock Haulage quarry accident site. Source: stuff.co.nz

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Quarry death intensifies calls for stronger regulation

The death of a quarry worker in New Zealand – the third within three months – has highlighted the importance of proper training as calls for stricter safety regulations intensify. Read more »
The discovery of blue metal rock on a cattle farming property has led to the approval of a new quarry. Source: Bill Bradley.

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Farming couple stumble upon basalt ‘gold mine’

A chance discovery has led to the approval of a new quarry, and could potentially provide long-term financial security for a farming family for generations to come. Read more »


 


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