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A report to Moyne Shire Council has revealed that decayed basalt rock is in short supply in the shire.

Quarry application splits town

A proposed quarry in Laang, near Warrnambool, Victoria has divided the community. Llocal residents strongly oppose the application while small business firms have given it their support. Read more »
Changes to the 457 visa laws will compel employers to do local labour market testing before recruiting overseas workers..

457 bill passes but industry unhappy

Kevin Rudd's return as Prime Minister has done little to alter the Federal Government's determination to enact changes to 457 visa regulations. Read more »
Port Stephens mayor Bruce McKenzie will not vote against Eagleton Quarry.

Council rocks quarry with legal confusion

Differing legal advice has sparked a fierce debate within the Port Stephens Council over the validity of a local quarry several decades into its lifespan. Read more »
A field trial in concrete at Hanson’s Brandy Hill Quarry.

Brandy Hill on the menu for Hanson

A $15 million proposal to expand a Brandy Hill quarry could see 1.5 million tonnes of hard rock extracted annually for 30 years. Read more »
Boral says the Gold Coast Quarry, if approved, will occupy only 66ha - or 30 per cent - of the 216ha site.

Setback for Boral at Reedy Creek

The Gold Coast City Council has struck Boral a blow in its bid for a proposed 66 hectare quarry at Reedy Creek. Read more »
Barro Group is considering a court appeal against Redlands City Council following the rejection of its application to expand its Mt Cotton quarry site.

Court action likely after Mt Cotton rejection

Redlands City Council has refused the Barro Group permission to expand its Mt Cotton quarry, despite full endorsement from the state and federal governments. Read more »
Insists she is not anti-development.

Quarries under fire from Independents

The leader of the Australian Independents party in Queensland has vowed that if elected her party will introduce a new federal law to limit quarries. Read more »
Residents are protesting Mornington Peninsula Shire Council’s plans for a landfill near Arthurs Seat.

More controversy for new Peninsula tip

The Mornington Peninsula Shire Council is pushing ahead with plans for a tip near Arthurs Seat, despite fervent opposition from residents. Read more »

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