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VCAT recently ruled that the planning permit for the Hillhead quarry site has expired. Image courtesy: Herald-Sun.

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Plans on hold after granite pit permit expires

Plans submitted to extend the life of a former Victorian granite quarry have been placed on the shelf, after the state’s civil administrative tribunal determined the planning permit had expired. Read more »
Boral’s appeal against its rejected $2 billion Gold Coast quarry proposal has been dismissed.

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Environment Court dismisses appeal for $2 billion quarry

Queensland’s Planning and Environment Court has backed a local council’s decision to deny Boral the right to proceed with a $2 billion quarry project on the Gold Coast. Read more »
In a good sign for quarries, the Federal Budget has allocated $75 billion towards construction and infrastructure.

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Federal budget promises boost to infrastructure

The Federal Budget’s allocation of $75 billion towards construction and infrastructure has been welcomed by industry, with the Government recommitting to several long term projects. Read more »
An artist’s impression of the Hornsby Quarry rehabilitation project after completion. Image courtesy: Hornsby Shire Council.

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Hornsby Quarry spoil upgrade commences

Two years after geologists lobbied to preserve New South Wales’ Hornsby quarry, a multi-million dollar conveyor system has arrived to begin filling in the site. Read more »


 


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