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The “black ban” on Boral has ended with the CFMEU agreeing to pay a $4 million settlement sum.

Union settles with Boral over ‘black ban’

Boral has reached a settlement agreement with a union, ending a “black ban” that allegedly cost its concrete business millions of dollars in revenue. Read more »
The new prime minister indicated that road and mass transit infrastructure projects would be assessed on equal terms.

New ministry ‘reinvigorates’ construction materials agenda: CCAA

The appointment of a new prime minister and the subsequent reshuffling of the federal ministry could be a potential boon for the quarrying industry, with Australia showing a renewed focus on infrastructure. Read more »
The Penrith Lakes quarry team recently farewelled its last truck of sand and gravel. Credit: Phil Rogers, Penrith Press.

Next redevelopment phase begins for century-old quarry

A major quarry operator that has been progressively rehabilitating its site as part of an innovative redevelopment program has delivered its last load. Read more »
Sibelco is seeking a property developer to purchase its Lilydale quarry.

Buyer sought for quarry ahead of redevelopment

A quarry operator is seeking a buyer for its limestone operation ahead of the site’s proposed redevelopment into a residential hub. Read more »
The fully operational model crushes actual quarried stone sourced from a local site. Image credit: The Advocate.

Working model quarry delights young and old

A working model of a quarry will be exhibited next month, providing the general public with an accessible way to understand the extractive industries. Read more »
The U.emme sweeper bucket can be mounted on tracked loaders.

Bucket sweepers for quarry site housekeeping

Semco Group offers a range of U.emme Manta bucket sweeper options that help quarry operators keep their site tidy and avoid fines. Read more »
The Lokotrack LT300GP is efficient and highly manoeuvrable.

Self-propelled tracked crushing unit

The robust Lokotrack LT300GP crushing plant from Metso is suitable for the toughest of hard rock quarries. Read more »
The Telestack TC-421X tracked conveyor can stockpile more than 4000 tonnes.

Tracked conveyor for high stockpiling

The Telestack TC-421X tracked conveyor from Tricon Mining Equipment offers high stockpiling capability. Read more »
FLSmidth Krebs’ rubber hosing features high abrasion resistance.

Abrasion-resistant rubber hosing

In addition to distributing FLSmidth Krebs’ line of pumps and cyclones, Rivergum Industries is now supplying the company’s rubber hosing. Read more »
The automatic brush shower enables brush activation at the push of a button.

Automated nozzle cleaning solution

Spraying Systems Co’s automatic brush shower effectively reduces nozzle plugging in dust control systems, saving time and money and increasing productivity. Read more »
The Northern Connector is expected to save up to seven minutes of travel time and reduce costs for the transport industry.

‘Game-changing’ project to reduce transport time

The Federal Government has teamed up with a state government to deliver a major road project that is expected to reduce heavy vehicle transport times. Read more »
(L–R) IQA general manager Paul Sutton, RAMHP consultant Di Gill, IQA Central West sub-branch chairman Mitchell Bland, and Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health director of community programs Trevor Hazell.

Mental health issues strike a chord with quarry managers

A recent IQA sub-branch event has helped several quarry managers improve their understanding of mental health in the workplace. Read more »


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