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The idle Bridge Street Quarry is the site of the proposed Quarry Gardens in Toowoomba.

News
International experts consult on Toowoomba gardens project

A New Zealand ‘quarry garden’ has been promoted as a ‘template’ for converting a disused Toowoomba site into botanical gardens. Read more »
A UK resident is working ‘tooth and nail’ to uncover the location of a quarry where a prehistoric hippo tooth was discovered.

News
Further digging needed for fossil location

Mystery surrounds the original location of a prized fossilised hippo tooth that was purportedly discovered in a UK quarry in 1958. Read more »
Suppliers with links to the extractive industry will be among the exhibitors at QME 2018.

News
Extractive suppliers to show off wares at QME

More than 200 companies will showcase the latest industry technologies via live demonstrations and product launches at the 2018 Queensland Mining & Engineering expo in Mackay in late July. Read more »
More than 50 NSW members assemble at the entrance to WesTrac’s Tomago facility.

News
Mines inspector calls for quarries to get ‘houses’ in order

The New South Wales Chief Inspector of Mines has called for quarries to “ensure you have your house in order” at a recent IQA branch seminar. Read more »
Remediation work is already proceeding on the 19ha Talbot Quarry site, in Oakleigh South.

News
Bid to rezone former Oakleigh site

A Victorian government independent planning panel is considering a developer’s bid to rezone a former site in the south-east Melbourne suburb of Oakleigh. Read more »

Education
Connecting further learning with industry members, personnel

Clayton Hill explains why in tight economic times, education and training of your personnel should not be sacrificed in the pursuit of savings. Read more »

Editor's Desk
Harnessing the passion of tomorrow's leaders - today

Damian Christie says that the quarrying sector has a fantastic opportunity to “unbottle” the talents of a new generation of young workers.  Read more »
The Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado, USA, flanked by the Sagre De Cristo Mountains.

Geology Talk
Blown away: Nature's frac sand processing system

In reviewing his enormous output over nearly two decades, Bill Langer provides an update on a story he previously submitted about proppant – or frac sand … Read more »

News
Registrations open for CMIC18: Building tomorrow's Australia

Registrations for the biennial Construction Materials Industry Conference (CMIC18) have officially commenced, with this year’s program focusing on how the industry can capitalise on the latest infrastructure boom. Read more »
IQA CEO Paul Sutton (left) announces the induction of the late Tony Ingram as an Honorary Fellow of the Institute on 6 October, 2017, in the art deco surroundings of the Empire Theatre, Toowoomba.

Education
Tony Ingram: Repaying the Institute's faith

As a champion of professional development, efficiencies and safety within the quarrying industry, and with an innate commitment to the IQA’s values, Tony Ingram demonstrated why he was so deserving of the Institute’s Honorary Fellowship. Damian Christie reports. Read more »

Conveying
Minimising conveyor wear, damage and noise

How to ensure your conveyors remain in productive, working order without disrupting your neighbours - and without compromising your operation. Read more »

Screens & Feeders
Polyurethane screen media passes tests on the northern border

A producer near the NSW/Queensland border has successfully substituted woven wire for polyurethane media. Read more »

Screens & Feeders
Feeders ensure continuous pre-crushed sandstone flow

How two heavy-duty vibratory feeders are quickly moving crushed sandstone out of an extractive operation. Read more »

Screens & Feeders
Checking the amplitude of a vibrating screen

Why checking the shape of your screen's vibratory motion can affect its longevity. Read more »
Even once a quarry is active after planning and environmental approvals, mining lease compliance presents a new lot of challenges.

Geology
A broader view of compliance obligations

Compliance never stops in the quarrying industry. As Simon Ball explains, even when operators have satisfied their planning and environmental approvals, there are numerous, ongoing compliance issues that require attention. Read more »

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