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The proposed quarry site at Napoleon Reef is said to be “extremely rare” due to the high quality of its siltstone resource.

Council approves quarry ahead of supply shortfall

A local council has approved a new quarry proposal ahead of an anticipated hard rock material shortfall. Read more »
The proposed Brickworks plant would produce 600,000 tonnes per annum of lightweight aggregate.

Application lodged for ‘lightweight aggregate’ plant

A building products manufacturer has applied to construct a processing facility that would produce a material half the weight of traditional aggregate. Read more »
Consult Australia hopes the competition will draw out infrastructure ideas as visionary as the Sydney Opera House or Sydney Harbour Bridge.

New comp seeks ‘next big idea’ for major city

A new competition is encouraging innovative ideas for major infrastructure projects, which could present supply opportunities for the quarrying industry in future. Read more »
Rocla’s Calga quarry expansion application has been refused on the grounds that it may destroy Aboriginal cultural heritage.

Court blow for sand quarry expansion

A court has ruled that a sand quarry extension project be refused in order to preserve Aboriginal cultural heritage. Read more »
The proposed Coraki Quarry would be co-located on land associated with the existing Petersons Quarry.

New quarry proposed to supply major highway upgrade

A one million tonne per annum greenfield basalt quarry is the latest project proposed to supply material for a major highway upgrade. Read more »
The NSW DPI has reinforced the fencing at an old quarry in a bid to prevent trespassing.

Quarry security strengthened to dissuade trespassers

A state government department has reinforced security at an old quarry known amongst its local community as a popular swimming hole. Read more »
More than 200 people visited OPS’s new Jandakot headquarters in Perth for the company’s open day event.

Supplier open day celebrates new HQ, partnership

An equipment supplier recently opened its new headquarters to the quarrying industry to celebrate its 25th anniversary and the launch of several new partnerships. Read more »
Transport and communication projects are expected to lift engineering construction activity in 2016–17.

Construction expected to grow from next year

The construction industry expanded for a third consecutive month in October, with a new report indicating positive growth will continue. Read more »
CSIRO’s report noted that stronger collaboration could improve innovation in the METS sector.

New report identifies mining innovation opportunities

The CSIRO has released a report that examines the current barriers to, and opportunities for, innovation in the mining equipment, technology and services sector. Read more »
Carbine Resources has been contracted to manage the Mount Morgan mine’s water treatment plant.

Old mine to be fitted with new water treatment technology

A state government is turning to new technology to improve water treatment at an old open-cut mine site. Read more »
Mining Family Matters founders Alicia Ranford and Lainie Anderson accept the two awards for the Rock Solid suicide prevention program.

Dual awards a win for quarry suicide prevention

A suicide prevention program developed specifically for the quarrying and mining industries has won two awards. Read more »
Brolton Group has been contracted to upgrade and relocate Bass Point Quarry’s plant.

New plant design to lift production for major quarry

A local engineering firm has been selected to expand and upgrade a major basalt quarry that has been operating for more than 40 years. Read more »


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