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Trefil quarry featured in Wrath of the Titans. Photo courtesy of EyeintheSky, twitter.com.

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Famous quarry film set finds new owner

The site of an almost 200-year-old quarry that has been used as a set for a number of film and television productions has sold for double the recommended auction price. Read more »
Australia’s national Quarry Life Award winners: second prize winner Kate Stevenson, third prize winner Sophie Malkin and first prize winner Christopher Jones.

News
Aussies claim international quarry awards

Australians have been named amongst the winners of an international award that promotes the value of biodiversity in quarries. Read more »
Industry feedback has prompted new revisions to the RII training package.

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Industry skills council completes training package review

The RII training package used in the quarrying industry has been updated to incorporate industry feedback after a review of its assessment requirements. Read more »
Penrith Lakes’ excavated quarry pits have filled with water to form lakes that could be used for water-based recreational activities after rehabilitation.

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State government releases vision for quarry rehabilitation

The New South Wales Government has called for public input on a draft plan that could result in the gradual transformation of a quarry into a recreational asset for its community. Read more »
Komatsu’s D61EXi/PXi-23 dozer is reportedly the first in the Australian market to use a completely integrated, automatic blade control system.

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Customers get hands on with ‘intelligent’ dozer

The quarry industry has had its first glimpse of Komatsu’s new line of “intelligent” dozers, with the supplier’s customers encouraged to take a hands-on approach to previewing the equipment. Read more »
Astec Australia’s combo screen is available in both two- and three-deck configurations.

New Products
Combo screen with multiple configurations

Astec Australia has developed a solution for operators that are finding their screens are causing bottlenecks in their quarry operations. Read more »
The C-1550P cone crusher from Terex Finlay comes with an optional pre-screen module.

Crushing
Tracked cone crusher with pre-screen

Terex Finlay’s tracked C-1550P cone crusher, which incorporates the Terex 1300 cone crusher, comes equipped with an optional pre-screen module. Read more »
The McCloskey ST range of mobile stackers is available in three sizes as either a track-mounted or wheeled unit.

Conveying
Stacker for high capacity stockpiling

The McCloskey ST100 mobile stacker is ideal for high capacity stockpiling operations. Read more »
WearStop uses a proprietary formula that offers enduring strength and easy application.

Maintenance
Ceramic compound extends equipment wear

Weir Minerals’ WearStop ceramic compound is able to improve the wear life of bulk handling and processing equipment. Read more »
Sandvik’s Prisec 3 CI531 and CI532 models can achieve impressive reduction ratios with fewer curtains.

Crushing
Adaptable horizontal shaft impact crushers

Sandvik’s two newest Prisec 3 horizontal shaft impact crusher models are now available in Australia. Read more »
Flexco EZ impact beds can handle weights from 25kg to 100kg.

Conveying
Simple, effective load zone protection

Flexco’s EZ impact beds have been designed to offer a simple, effective means of protecting the conveyor belt in the load zone. Read more »
The 1650-tonne stone block was discovered next to the well-known Stone of the Pregnant Woman (pictured on the left) in Baalbek, Lebanon.

News
Archaeologists uncover world’s largest quarried stone

Archaeologists excavating a quarry dating back to Roman times have uncovered what they believe to be the largest stone monolith ever discovered from antiquity. Read more »
The value of residential construction work completed in the September 2014 quarter decreased 2.2 per cent compared to the preceding quarter.

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New figures indicate fall in residential construction

Recent statistics showing a fall in construction work have left economists speculating whether or not the residential sector will be able offset the reduction in resource-related construction work. Read more »
Bob Baldwin MP (right) presented the business excellence award to Nucrush CEO Declan Mackle.

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Quarry operator receives business excellence award

A homegrown quarry operator and concrete manufacturer has been declared the best Gold Coast manufacturing and construction business for 2014 in recognition of its significant economic contribution to the local region. Read more »
The IQA Hunter sub-branch hosted a two-day event that allowed attendees to view, operate and learn more about some of the latest quarrying equipment available.

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Open day showcases plant in live quarry

An IQA sub-branch has held what was described as a “mini-Hillhead” event that showcased a variety of heavy machinery within a live, operating quarry. Read more »

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