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Srinivasan Kathiresan (far right) is this year's Volvo Safety Award recipient in the Malaysian quarry industry.

Safety award for Malaysian industry

Volvo Construction Equipment has initiated the first safety award program for Malaysian quarries. Read more »
Andrew Cripps: The ResourcesQ Partnership Group will provide broad industry consultation and strategic direction for the resources sector.

Resources group formed to boost growth

Six resource industry experts, including one with quarrying interests and experience, will work with government to help drive growth and jobs in the resources sector over the next 30 years.  Read more »
The Blueprint for Mental Health and Wellbeing will provide guidance for companies on how to promote and respond to mental health issues in the mining industry.

Blueprint for mental health

A mining industry peak body has been praised for directly addressing the challenges of mental health. Read more »
Phil Barr (left) talks with a customer at McCloskey’s outdoor exhibit at CONEXPO in Las Vegas.

Dealer nets top international sales awards

The MSC Group has received the 2013 top sales award and the top crusher sales award from McCloskey International. Read more »
Holcim’s new state of the art $80m cement plant in Ipswich, Queensland.

$80 million investment by Holcim

An $80 million 14-hectare plant managed by Holcim is helping to cement a region’s growing economic credentials. Read more »
The Commonwealth Games Village on the Gold Coast near Southport.

Construction giant strikes gold on Games village

Grocon has been awarded the contract for a key infrastructure project - the construction of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Village. Read more »
Under changes to red tape, a motor vehicle such as a loader will be redefined as anything capable of travelling at speeds of at least 10km/h.

Red tape repeal for hire industry

The Federal Government held its first red tape repeal day last week to simplify 8000 regulations, including a national register for plant and equipment.  Read more »
The Productivity Commission’s draft report proposes a process for improving infrastructure investment across all levels of government.

Roadblocks identified in productivity report

The Productivity Commission’s latest draft report highlights current roadblocks hindering Australia’s infrastructure. Read more »
Boral Peppertree quarry manager Angus Shedden at the extractive industries breakfast at Goulburn Golf Club. Photo courtesy Goulburn Post.

Enthusiastic turnout at industry breakfast

More than 130 representatives from local businesses networked at an extractive industry breakfast meeting organised by a local council. Read more »
Wagner Investments is submitting an application for a 500ha quarry to Gympie Council this year.

Three-stage development gets go-ahead

A multi-million dollar quarry will open after the Gympie Regional Council in Queensland approved an application from Hy-Tec Industries. Read more »
The new CMIC14 exhibition open day is designed as an interactive platform to promote company updates or launch new products.

CMIC14 abstracts deadline extended

This year’s CMIC14 conference has extended the date for abstracts and is offering sponsors and exhibitors the opportunity to participate in an exhibition open day. Read more »
The Hon Greg Hunt MP has praised the number of businesses that are supporting the National Carbon Offset Standard.

Brick maker goes into neutral

Austral Bricks has become the first certified carbon neutral supplier of pavers and bricks under a Federal Government environment scheme. Read more »


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