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Hy-Tec’s Grants Head Quarry has received permission to increase its extraction to 200,000 tonnes a year for the next five years.

Approval extended to Grants Head Quarry

Hy-Tec, a wholly owned subsidiary of Adelaide Brighton, has been granted conditional approval to increase extraction at its Grants Head quarry in Port Macquarie. Read more »
Hanson is seeking a longer licence to operate its Red Hill quarry site in WA.

Hanson seeks 10 year extraction licence

Hanson Australia is seeking to have the extraction licence for its quarry site in Red Hill, Western Australia extended from five to 10 years. Read more »
Glen Innes Aggregates’ water storage solution is innovative thinking “outside the box”.

Council quarry strategy holds water – for now

A local council has commissioned consultants to develop a business plan for a quarry it bought mainly as an off-stream water storage. Read more »
Bunnings Warehouse’s application to build on the old Keperra Quarry site is baffling residents and some businesses.

Bunnings fight over quarry

A specialist town planning company has described a hardware franchise’s application to build a new store on the old Keperra quarry site in Queensland as "piecemeal and confusing". Read more »
Under a 2009 approval, Multiquip was required to build a bypass around Bungonia to mitigate the impact of trucks.

Residents question quarry land sale

Residents in the New South Wales southern tablelands have accused the state government of indulging in secret deals and called for an investigation over the sale of Crown land to a quarry developer. Read more »

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