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Militants have reportedly been raiding quarries for plant and equipment during both day and night.

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Quarry machinery ‘borrowed’ by militants

In an interesting turn of events, quarry machinery is being stolen by militant groups to improve war zone fortifications - and then returned to their owners. Read more »
The remains of a temple believed to be more than 3000 years old was found at the Gebel el Silsila quarry in Egypt. Source: The Gebel el Silsila Survey Project.

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‘Lost’ Egyptian temple discovered in ancient quarry

The remains of an ancient Egyptian temple that was thought to have been lost to history have been uncovered in a quarry. Read more »
Australian opal is being considered for the prestigious Global Heritage Stone Resource designation.

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Geologists debate resource status of Aussie opal

Debate is raging about whether Australian opal qualifies for an international designation that was initially reserved for architectural dimension stone. Read more »
Holcim’s shareholders have approved new terms for the company's merger with Lafarge.

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Shareholder approval paves way for merger

Shareholders have approved new terms for a merger that will unite two of the world’s largest construction materials manufacturers. Read more »
Two quarry fatalities have prompted NZ unions to lobby for tougher health and safety reforms.

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Quarry deaths spark calls for reform

New Zealand unions have called for tougher, more robust safety legislation reforms after the deaths of two quarry workers. Read more »
Hive Energy’s solar farm proposal would involve initiatives to encourage biodiversity.

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Solar farm pitched for disused quarry

A solar energy farm is the latest in a string of redevelopment proposals pitched for a quarry that has lain inactive for two decades. Read more »


 


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