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Could you picture working with hipsters in a quarry setting?

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‘Bearded hipsters’ needed for sandstone quarry

A Canadian ward councillor had an interesting analogy during talks about reopening a quarry – staff it with “hipsters with beards”. Read more »
Most of Precisionscreen’s locally manufactured products will now able to carry the Australian Made logo.

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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 »
The Icelandic capital of Reykjavik today.

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Elves blamed for mishaps after road clearing work

A sacred rock in Iceland that highway workers had buried in debris from a mudslide had to be unearthed after it purportedly angered a race of mythical elves. Read more »
The town of Amatrice was one of the locations badly affected by the earthquake.

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Mafia linked to poor construction of earthquake-hit buildings

Authorities have questioned whether buildings that collapsed after an earthquake in Italy were made using below-standard concrete. Read more »


 


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