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The South Australian Government will transport 250,000 cubic metres of quarried sand to Adelaide’s West Beach, in the first step to replenishing the 10-year desolate shorefront.
Industrial services and media giant Seven Group Holdings has once again increased its stake in Boral, upping its ownership past one fifth of the company to 22.984 per cent.
Metallica Minerals silica sands mine in Queensland’s far north has been recognised for its Indigenous employment and production results.
Metso Outotec has strengthened its reach in the screen media market, signing a distribution contract with Advanced Engineering Group.
In the first part of a new educational series, Mike Cameron discusses the qualities and traits of “Emerging Leaders” in organisations and what makes them qualified to not only manage other people but have complete confidence and assurance in themselves.
Milbrae Quarries, a family-run quarrying and mining services business, has expanded on the local contract crushing market – bolstered by the acquisition of two primary mobile jaw crushers suited to large-scale quarrying and mining operations. Damian Christie reports.
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While the United Kingdom’s annual Hillhead exhibition will be postponed for the second year running due to COVID-19, Hillhead Digital will go ahead this March the 30th and 31st.
Tips to help you properly size your haulers and excavators, plus ways to ensure you are getting the most of the construction machines you run each day.
When New Zealand contractor Fulton Hogan was awarded a contract to remediate a steep, unstable rock face overlooking the Port of Otago, it faced a number of challenges to deliver the project safely, within a tight budget, and in a highly visible location.
The mysterious deaths of up to three million seabirds in a horrific discovery from 2013 have been partially answered thanks to research from CSIRO.
A 2000 year old Turkish stone quarry has been discovered in the Aegean province of Izmir, thanks to some four-year surface research.
A team of researchers have uncovered the secrets of a 93-million-year-old fossil, uncovered just 9 years ago in a Mexican quarry.
Editor of Quarry Magazine, Damian Christie, finds his love for sailing akin to the trials of the quarrying industry. As on the high seas, operators across the sector should take extra care in keeping their sites safe, lest they fall to the might of the waves of regulation.
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Hillhead digital has announced a two-day programme for its New Horizons - Building the Recovery conference, as the free online exhibition ramps up at the end of March.
Earth Resources Regulation has updated the rates used to fund rehabilitation projects in Victorian mines and quarries for the first time since 2010.
Teams of inspectors will be arriving unannounced at large quarries across Victoria this month following an electric shock incident last September.
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The search for life on Mars has taken a huge step forward, with NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance touching down …