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Sutton Forest Quarry Pty Ltd is proposing a 39ha sand quarry.

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Sand quarry on the table

Plans are underway for what could be one of Australia’s largest sand quarries. Read more »
The future of Boral’s Reedy Creek quarry application is now in the hands of Queensland Coordinator-General.

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Gold Coast rejects Boral application

The Gold Coast City Council has rejected Boral’s proposal for a quarry at Reedy Creek but the Queensland Government may yet have the final word on the matter. Read more »
A US county has approved the free use of a quarry that will generate profits for the community after its owner forgoes all royalties in lieu of a tax write-off.

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Local government gets bonus from quarry owner

In Kansas, a quarry owner has offered the local government the use of his quarry in exchange for a tax write-off. Read more »
Brisbane City Council could sell the 30-hectare Mount Coot-tha Quarry, operational since 1919.

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Iconic quarries mooted for sale

Australia’s largest local council is considering privatising two iconic quarries including a 90 year-old pit it operates.

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An Orange quarry business has been penalised after pleading guilty to operating without a licence.

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Business convicted for operating without a licence

A quarry-related business has been convicted and fined for operating without a licence following action brought on by the Environmental Protection Authority. Read more »
Bunnings has won the right to develop the old Keperra Quarry into a hardware store.

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Former quarry becomes a Bunnings

A local council has approved an application by a hardware giant to redevelop an old Brisbane quarry site. Read more »
The Barro Group will know by Christmas if it is able to proceed with the Mt Cotton quarry expansion.

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Government to decide on quarry expansion

Deputy Queensland Premier Jeff Seeney will now act as the final arbiter over Barro Group’s application to extend Mount Cotton Quarry. Read more »


 


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