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Boral is appealing the decision made against its proposed quarry site.

Boral to appeal dismissal over proposed Gold Coast quarry

Boral has announced it will appeal the decision of Queensland’s Planning and Environment Court that has denied the company the right to proceed with a new project on the Gold Coast. Read more »
A council’s investment in an innovative water storage project has paid off. Image courtesy: Glen Innes Examiner

Innovative project delivers profits

A water storage project completed in 2015 has paid off, with the local council at the helm expecting a profit of more than half a million dollars this financial year. Read more »
A 3D model of a quarry site gathered from drone technology. Image courtesy: Drone Deploy

Quarry utilises innovative drone technology

An international producer of limestone products has utilised drones to create water management plans and inspect the operating condition of its large production equipment. Read more »
The RoXplorer drill rig is set to “revitalise” Australia’s mining industry.

“Revolutionary” drill rig trials conducted

A new drilling rig system has undergone successful trials in South Australia, with the technology being described as having the capability to “revitalise” Australia’s mining and quarrying industries. Read more »
An artist’s impression of Badgerys Creek airport during Stage 1. Image courtesy: Western Sydney Airport.

Wagner Group bids to build second Sydney airport

The civil construction company that funded, constructed and opened the Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport in 2014 has bid to build Sydney’s second airport, reportedly describing the Federal Government’s cost estimate as “excessive”. Read more »
The 25ha Lilydale Quarry site includes undisturbed land and large areas of overburden, as well as a quarry pit approximately 120 metres deep.

Former quarry site to be part of new Aussie suburb

A former quarry that operated for 135 years is set to be redeveloped into a new housing project in Melbourne’s southeast suburbs. Read more »
The IQA tour gathered delegates from all over Australia to visit numerous supplier factories, including CDE headquarters.

Centenary study tour provides new insights

Following a tour of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland to mark the centenary anniversary of the Institute of Quarrying, IQA delegates have hailed the tour a “great success”. Read more »
John Deere has signed an agreement to acquire the Wirtgen Group, distributor of the Kleemann Mobicone crusher (pictured).

Deere acquires Wirtgen with multi-billion deal

US construction equipment giant John Deere has acquired the Wirtgen Group for $USD5.2 billion, with the takeover expected to be finalised in the first quarter of 2018. Read more »


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