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CCAA Queensland state director Aaron Johnstone (left) accompanied Queensland Minister for Public Works and Housing Mick de Brenni throughout the “quarry to concrete pour” tour.

Minister taken on ‘quarry to concrete pour’ tour

Cement Concrete Aggregates Australia recently organised a tour for a newly appointed Queensland minister to emphasise the construction materials industry’s significance within the state. Read more »
The 15-year plan outlines 78 recommendations for infrastructure reform and the updated priority list includes 93 projects.

New report calls for Australian infrastructure reform

A Federal Government agency has released a 15-year plan designed to guide the future of Australia’s infrastructure development. Read more »
Nineteen sand quarries were audited for compliance between May and August 2015.

Sand quarries achieve high compliance rate in audit

A surge in quarrying activity has led a state government department to audit sand quarries for compliance. Read more »
Fullerton Cove Sand Quarry has been approved to operate for an additional four years.

Quarry proposals anticipate high sand demand

The recent approval of a quarry application and the current consideration of another indicates demand for construction sand remains strong in the Sydney and Hunter regions. Read more »
MinEx is encouraging operators of small, unregistered quarries to identify themselves for safety education.

Safety council on hunt for small, unregistered quarries

The New Zealand extractive industry is undergoing a wave of health and safety reform after four workplace fatalities, three of which occurred in quarries. Read more »


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