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The 2015 Environmental Scan forecasts current and future skilling needs.

Report identifies need for industry upskilling

A number of challenges confronting the quarrying sector, as well as the current and future skilling needs for the Australian resources and infrastructure industries, have been identified in a new report from the industry’s national skills council. Read more »
Gunnedah Quarry Products has been ordered to contribute $32,000 towards koala research.

Koalas to benefit from quarry licence breach

A quarry operator that exceeded its extraction limit has been ordered to pay a “fine” by funding a local koala research project. Read more »
The Wauchope quarry has exceeded its annual licence limit for the last two years.

Licence breach costs quarry operator thousands

A quarry operator has been fined thousands of dollars for exceeding its annual extraction limit – for the second year in a row. Read more »
Rocks from the quarry blast were said to have narrowly missed hitting employees, with road users also endangered when large debris fell onto the nearby highway.

Blast incident highlights importance of planning

A contractor that conducted a dangerous quarry blast has been prosecuted, serving as a reminder of the importance of careful blast planning. Read more »


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