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A 23kg flyrock fell 17m and bounced off a front end loader’s bucket arm and through the windscreen into the cab.

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Warning after loader operator hit by 23kg rock

A safety alert has been issued after a large rock fell from a blasted quarry face and smashed through a windscreen, injuring a worker. Read more »
Hurricane Hill Quarry’s new owner plans to hold the property as a long-term investment.

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Quarry sale at ‘high end of expectations’

A hard rock quarry has been sold at auction for more than had been expected. Read more »
Mount Coot-tha quarry has been operational since 1919 and produces more than 400,000 tonnes of asphalt aggregate per annum.

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Residents rail against century-old quarry

Residents living near a council-owned quarry say blasting at the site has damaged their homes, causing property values to drop. Read more »
Activities in Peppertree Quarry’s pit can now occur between 5am to 11pm on any day.

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Planning alterations approved at Boral quarry

A state of the art quarry operation is set to increase its output after modifications to its planning permission were given the green light. Read more »
Spoil will be transported from the NorthConnex project to Hornsby Quarry from October.

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Quarry rehab gets environmental green light

Excavated materials from tunnelling on a major road project will soon be relocated to a disused quarry after final environmental approvals were granted. Read more »
Hillview Quarries states refusing the application would increase future costs to the consumer.

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Plans to restart quarry after failed landfill bid

A quarry that was earmarked as a potential landfill is now the subject of a planning bid to extend its life. Read more »
The town of Amatrice was one of the locations badly affected by the earthquake.

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Mafia linked to poor construction of earthquake-hit buildings

Authorities have questioned whether buildings that collapsed after an earthquake in Italy were made using below-standard concrete. Read more »


 


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