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Boral has the contract to supply asphalt for the Peninsula Link to Frankston in Victoria.

Open grade asphalt laid for Peninsula Link

Boral Asphalt is supplying the asphalt for the carriageway of the Peninsula Link to Frankston, Victoria. 

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Jensen's new mini heavy-duty radio for worksites.

Listen up — there’s a new HD mini-radio!

Jensen’s new heavy-duty weatherproof mini-radio, which is Bluetooth-enabled and available with headphones, is well suited to the worksite.

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Free new iPhone app for the quarrying industry – ConveyCalc.

iPhone to convey more information

Superior Industries, a US company and makers of conveying equipment, has launched an iPhone app called ConveyCalc — and it’s free.

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Granite Constructions has lost its bid to build a quarry in Temecula, near San Diego.

US quarry giant loses seven year battle

After seven years of protracted debate, Granite Construction of Watsonville, California has lost its appeal to develop an open pit mine near Temecula in California.

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Grocon’s Pixel building in Melbourne, Australia will achieve a Platinum score under the LEED system and is targeted to get the highest score achieved anywhere in the world.

Cal-Q-late how to achieve your LEED

Environmental concerns have led to a number of initiatives to improve the way we live. One for the building industry is called LEED — Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.

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Allan Payne has been recognised for his work during the Queensland floods.

Quarry owner recognised as a hero

Allan Payne is a reluctant hero - but certainly not reluctant to give a helping hand when the need arises.

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Women In Mining Network NSW will be launched on International Women's Day 2012.

Women’s network for mining launched

The New South Wales Minerals Council will launch a new initiative to attract and retain women in the state's mining industry.
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Peak 3 will hold seminars on diesel particulate matter for mining industry professionals.

Queensland to host diesel particulate matter seminars

Emission reductions are playing on everyone’s mind as the world becomes more attuned to regulatory constraints. Read more »
Patrick Largier, managing director of Ludowici, has recommended accepting FLSmidth's second offer.

Suitors fight over Ludowici

Two suitors are fighting over Ludowici, Australian supplier of specialist vibrating screens and complementary wear resistant products for the minerals and extractive industries. Read more »
Queensland mines and quarries are becoming safer, according to the latest safety and health report.

Queensland mines, quarries improve safety record

Queensland’s mining industry is one of the safest in the world, according to the latest Queensland Mines and Quarries Safety Performance and Health Report 2010-1011. Read more »
Blackwater Quarries expands with the purchase of new equipment from Finlay Screening & Crushing.

Blackwater expands with new equipment

Blackwater Quarries & Concrete’s medium sized quarry has added a new arsenal of mobile equipment to its rapidly expanding operations. Read more »
Chucky (centre) hides out amongst other friendlier dolls at Toytopia on the Frankston Waterfront.

Chucky comes to play in Frankston

A homicidal movie doll is just one of the characters on show at a sand sculpting exhibition on the Frankston waterfront.
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