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ABC Bullion will produce the Melbourne Cup trophy from 2016.

Melbourne Cup a piece of Aussie gold

As the country prepares for the Melbourne Cup, a local supplier has revealed how the iconic trophy is mined, refined and manufactured in Australia. Read more »
The proposed “leafy” suburb will include 2358 dwellings.

New suburb to incorporate quarry

A new suburb will provide housing for 6600 people after it was given the go-ahead on land alongside a quarry. Read more »
There will be live demonstrations of Powerscreen, Morbark and Neuenhauser equipment at Lincom’s open day.

Telematics system to star at open day

An international supplier is holding a pair of open days where it will launch several new products into the local market. Read more »
Rodney Kazem (centre) with the coveted samurai sword, presented by Trimble Loadrite’s Dale Cameron (left) and Simon Rush (right).

Award winner searches for new ideas over the ‘ditch’

The winner of an IQA award that highlights ways of making operations more efficient recently undertook a study tour of New Zealand quarries. Rodney Kazem spoke to Lewis Dyson about how he has applied LEAN principles to quarrying and the insights he gained from his trip across the Tasman. Read more »
The LX1 and HX1 prototypes are said to represent the future of quarrying.

Supplier debuts electric-powered prototypes

A manufacturer unveiled an electric quarry research project and futuristic equipment prototypes, including autonomous and electric-powered machines, at an international event. Read more »
The Industry Innovation Day was developed in direct response to CMIC14 feedback.

Busy schedule for innovation day

Innovation will be under the spotlight as one of the two main themes of the CMIC16. Read more »
The primary method of extraction would involve a combination of blasting and excavators.

Large-scale quarry to ‘stimulate growth’

An application has been lodged for a large-scale quarry that could stimulate economic expansion of the local area. Read more »
The market’s predicted compound annual growth rate is 5.15 per cent from 2016 to 2020.

Global aggregates industry to grow 5 per cent by 2020

The output of the global construction aggregates market is predicted to increase more than five per cent over the next four years, according to a market research report. Read more »
Access to the site was restricted. Photo courtesy of Elenor Tedenborg and The Border Mail.

Flood-hit quarry prompts safety alert

An emergency warning was issued after heavy floods reportedly breached a sand quarry, leading to concerns for the surrounding area. Read more »


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