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Doug Prosser at the Pushkar Camel Fair in Rajasthan, India.

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Doug Prosser: A humble man doing extraordinary things

Over the years Doug Prosser has written for Quarry about many talented individuals in the quarry industry. When he was invited to tell his own story, Doug himself was a reluctant participant – much like the subjects of his interviews. However, at the urging of IQA members, Doug has finally relented – and here is his story, as told to Jim Hankins. Read more »
Lake Illawarra covers a catchment area of 238km2.

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The Conservation of Lake Illawara

Lake Illawarra is situated on the NSW south coast, within the Wollongong and Shellharbour local government areas. Read more »
Richard Sharp’s grandfather William Sharp working on one of New Zealand’s early roads, circa 1866.

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Family’s quarrying history runs in the blood

There are some families in the quarry industry whose history runs deep. For one family, its involvement spans two growing countries and more than 100 years. Richard Sharp spoke to Mandy Parry-Jones about his family’s contribution to quarrying and the development of the industry in that time. Read more »


 

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