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A 23kg flyrock fell 17m and bounced off a front end loader’s bucket arm and through the windscreen into the cab.

Warning after loader operator hit by 23kg rock

A safety alert has been issued after a large rock fell from a blasted quarry face and smashed through a windscreen, injuring a worker. Read more »
Hurricane Hill Quarry’s new owner plans to hold the property as a long-term investment.

Quarry sale at ‘high end of expectations’

A hard rock quarry has been sold at auction for more than had been expected. Read more »
Mount Coot-tha quarry has been operational since 1919 and produces more than 400,000 tonnes of asphalt aggregate per annum.

Residents rail against century-old quarry

Residents living near a council-owned quarry say blasting at the site has damaged their homes, causing property values to drop. Read more »
Australia is said to be the global leader in construction equipment technology adoption.

Australia hailed ‘world leader’ in construction tech innovation

Australia is the world leader in technology adoption on construction equipment, according to the chief figure of a leading global earthmoving vehicle supplier. Read more »
Activities in Peppertree Quarry’s pit can now occur between 5am to 11pm on any day.

Planning alterations approved at Boral quarry

A state of the art quarry operation is set to increase its output after modifications to its planning permission were given the green light. Read more »
The 163ha Lilydale quarry has been sold to a developer for a reported $40 million.

Developer to transform former quarry into housing

A housing redevelopment project at a former quarry has moved one step closer after the site was sold to a developer. Read more »
Spoil will be transported from the NorthConnex project to Hornsby Quarry from October.

Quarry rehab gets environmental green light

Excavated materials from tunnelling on a major road project will soon be relocated to a disused quarry after final environmental approvals were granted. Read more »
Most of Precisionscreen’s locally manufactured products will now able to carry the Australian Made logo.

Mobile plant company gains Australian Made tag

An extractive industry equipment manufacturer will be able to sport the famous kangaroo logo on some of its products after they gained Australian Made certification. Read more »
Hillview Quarries states refusing the application would increase future costs to the consumer.

Plans to restart quarry after failed landfill bid

A quarry that was earmarked as a potential landfill is now the subject of a planning bid to extend its life. Read more »
Boral’s net profit after tax was in line with the previous financial year.

Boral profits plateau ahead of forecast growth

Boral has predicted construction materials and cement sales will continue to increase after recording broadly stable results for the past financial year. Read more »
Income from royalties paid on production at Hurricane Hill Quarry would pass to a potential new owner.

Operational quarry could fetch $4m at auction

A hard rock quarry is expected to fetch up to $4 million when it is put up for auction later this month. Read more »
Residential and non-residential construction increased 1.2 per cent between the first and second quarters of 2016.

Building construction up, engineering down

Housing and infrastructure construction increased in the second quarter of 2016 despite a sharp fall in the level of engineering work. Read more »


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