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The RRAM online portal is expected to provide a more streamlined, risk-based approach to quarry management.

New online portal streamlines quarry reporting

The quarry industry has welcomed the launch of an online system designed to make project applications and reporting faster, easier and more cost-efficient. Read more »
The owner of McDonalds Quarry is seeking to introduce blasting to the site to access a shallow hard rock deposit.

Koala concerns delay quarry blasting application

A quarry owner’s application to introduce blasting at his site has been delayed due to the local council’s concerns for the region’s koala population. Read more »
The Queensland Government has committed almost $4 billion towards improving Queensland’s roads and transport network.

State budget heralds calls for new infrastructure

A state government budget has allocated billions of dollars for infrastructure but industry says a greater focus on new major projects is needed. Read more »
Boral is proposing to realign the boundaries of existing lots on its land to facilitate residential development.

Quarry operator seeks to reduce ‘surplus’ land holding

The “surplus” land surrounding a quarry that has been in operation since the early 1800s may potentially be sold off for residential development. Read more »
The WA Government has invited feedback on proposed resources safety reforms.

Industry feedback invited for quarry safety reform

A state government is inviting industry feedback on proposed reforms to its mining and quarrying safety legislation. Read more »
The seminar will address key challenges facing the quarrying industry.

Industry event to hone in on environmental issues

The construction materials industry has stepped up its focus on environmental management with the introduction of a new annual industry event. Read more »
The proposed Eumungerie sand quarry is undergoing further public consultation.

Delays could give wrong message to quarry

A councillor has warned that subjecting a quarry proposal to a second round of public consultation could be “sending the wrong message”. Read more »
Plans for a Buddhist cultural park are causing problems for a quarry seeking to increase production.

Religious group attempts to revoke quarry licence

A religious group that plans to establish a Buddhist cultural park next to an existing quarry is reportedly seeking to have its neighbour’s consent revoked. Read more »
Cleary Bros has received approval to expand production at its Albion Park quarry.

Construction boom increases quarry rock demand

A surge in construction activity has led to the approval of a quarry operator’s application to increase production by 50 per cent. Read more »

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