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The restoration project for Victoria’s Parliament House is using Australian bluestone and sandstone.

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Aussie stone sourced for iconic restoration project

Dimension stone has been sourced from two local quarries to restore an iconic government building. Read more »
The original Barmac crusher on permanent display at the entrance to the Kiwi Point Quarry, Ngauranga Gorge, Wellington. (Source: Louise Foord, History New Zealand)

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Crushing stone with stone: Bryan Bartley, Jim Macdonald and the Barmac crusher

The Barmac crusher – the first of the industry’s vertical shaft impact crushers – is today a mainstay of the quarrying industry. But who were the extraordinary men behind the Barmac? Louise Foord and Neil Clayton pay tribute to two of the New Zealand quarrying industry’s legends, including Bryan Bartley, who passed away earlier this year. Read more »


 

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