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Boral has confirmed it has sold the construction and quarrying arm of its business in the US. Image courtesy: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/99781513@N04/12480206713/" target="_blank">Flickr | Scott Lewis</a>

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Boral sells US arm of quarrying, concrete business

Boral has ‘agreed’ to sell its North American concrete and quarrying business, it confirmed in a company statement earlier this month. Read more »
This year’s Federal Budget provides a boost to the construction industry.

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Construction gets leg up in Federal Budget

The latest federal budget contains various infrastructure initiatives set to benefit the construction and quarrying industries. Read more »
Kindergarten kids were able to take a look at static machines at a local quarry’s kinder tour.

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Quarry tour proves to be child’s play

A successful quarry and pre-school event has highlighted the benefits of promoting the extractive industry to the community. Read more »
The HM400-5 articulated dump truck was one of Komatsu’s newest machines on display at its ‘Boots On’ event.

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Boots on ground for Komatsu’s largest product launch ‘ever’

Extractive industry operators and personnel have had the first glimpse of Komatsu’s latest machines as part of a national product launch. Read more »
A once active sand quarry (boundary outlined in red) in Cambridge, New Zealand is back on the market as the rest of the country debates the merits of more quarrying.

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Looming gravel shortage may crush future projects

Concerns of an impending aggregates shortage in New Zealand are throwing uncertainty on the viability of several projects. Read more »
Boral will not be able to proceed with its Gold Coast quarry site after the Supreme Court quashed its appeal.

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Boral loses Supreme Court appeal

Boral’s four-year legal battle to proceed with a $2 billion hard rock quarry project has concluded, with its right to seek leave to appeal dismissed by the Queensland Supreme Court. Read more »
The owner of a former quarry, located on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, is keen to reopen it for business. Image courtesy: Herald Sun.

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Bid to reopen former Victorian quarry

An operator has resumed efforts to reopen the Mornington Peninsula’s Pioneer quarry, after efforts to extend its permit were denied last year. Read more »
The Ranger DX900i drill rig is equipped with a revolving upper structure that offers a 270-degree drilling reach and 55m2 coverage.

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Sandvik launches all-reaching, ‘intelligent’ drill rig in Melbourne

Rock technology supplier Sandvik has presided over the Australian launch of its latest Ranger DXi surface drill rig at an exclusive event in Melbourne’s south-east. Read more »
The quarry industry is benefiting from the historical Victorian Parliament House building’s makeover.

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Iconic stone restoration project moves into next phase

Stone from two local quarries is being used to restore Victoria’s iconic Parliament House, with the role of the industry in the 10-year-plus project being heralded by the legislative establishment. Read more »


 


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