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The Gunnedah Quarry Products quarry has received approval to increase its extraction rate and expand its project area.

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Blue metal quarry expansion may hit legal wall

A blue metal quarry has received approval to expand but the local council is considering legal action following alleged breaches of consent.  Read more »
Daracon Group has been fined for operating the Buttai Quarry earlier than its approved start time of 6:00am.

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Quarry penalised for early operation

A quarry has been fined for operating outside of its approved hours, leading a statutory body to reiterate the importance of complying with environmental licences. Read more »
NSK has been fined for fixing prices for bearings in Australia.

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$3 million fine for bearings price fixing

A bearings supplier has been ordered to pay penalties after it was discovered to be colluding with two other companies to fix prices.  Read more »
Queensland Deputy Premier Seeney has called in the Holcim quarry application due to the complexity of the proposed development.

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Holcim proposal to be reviewed by state government

The future of a Holcim quarry proposal will now be decided by state government after it was recently “called in”. Read more »
It is unlikely that the Government’s fuel excise increase will have a direct impact on costs to quarrying in the way it has for other industries such as mining.

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Quarries set to benefit from the Budget

In what appears to be good news for the quarrying industry, the 2014–15 Federal Budget has shifted Australia’s financial focus back to developing infrastructure. Read more »
Whether you can successfully raise the tonnage of your operation via Section 96 is dependent on whether it would be ruled to be still substantially the “same development”.

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Flying under the radar

Are there more subtle, less time-intensive and less bureaucratic ways of receiving approvals for changes to a development consent? And if so, how should they be pursued? Gary Peacock gives some advice to Mandy-Parry Jones. Read more »


 


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