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A Rocktec tertiary screening plant assembled at Southern Quarries’ Sellicks site in 2010.

Rocktec now under the Southern Cross

New Zealand-based quarrying and mining engineering company Rocktec, based in Matamata on NZ’s North Island, has been sold to Christchurch's Southern Cross Engineering Group (SCE). Read more »
Around a third of redundancies are coming from Boral's Construction Materials division, including quarries, concrete, asphalt and transport.

Boral Yallourn North set to close

The jobs of nine Boral Quarries employees in Yallourn North, eight kilometres northeast of Moe, Victoria, are under threat, with the business' closure looming within weeks. Read more »
The Off Earth Mining Forum will focus on a range of topics, including lunar mining.

Out of this world symposium considers future of mining

Following audacious plans announced by consortium Planetary Resources last year to mine near-earth asteroids, Australia is set to host its first symposium dedicated to mining in space. Read more »
Boral CEO Mike Kane has paid tribute to the contributions of all Boral employees, particularly those that will be impacted by redundancies and restructuring in coming months.

Boral to axe 700, restructure business

After intensive soul searching, construction materials giant Boral will downsize its workforce and restructure its operations, significantly improving its financial position by the end of the 2012-13 financial year. Read more »
Archaeologists have long pondered how the five million tonnes of sandstone used to build Angkor Wat’s temples were transported from quarries at the base of nearby Mount Kulen.

Ancient quarries unearth riddle of temple city

Archaeologists appear to have solved one of the great construction mysteries of one of the world’s ancient wonders – Cambodia’s Angkor Wat. Read more »
The APM white clinker and cement plant in Ipoh, 180km north of Kuala Lumpur.

Adelaide Brighton claims slice of Asian cement producer

Construction materials producer Adelaide Brighton has expanded into the Asia-Pacific market, after signing onto a stake in a Malaysian white cement business last month.

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