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TCA has received NATA accreditation for the calibration of GPS units in heavy vehicles for speed accuracy.

Speedy solution for GPS calibration

In an Australian first, a national transport certification authority has received accreditation from NATA for the calibration of GPS units for speed accuracy. Read more »
Stornoway has a publically available environmental effects report lodged with the Tasmanian EPA on its expansion of Mangalore Quarry.

Mangalore quarry extension under fire

An application to increase the amount of dolerite extracted from Mangalore Quarry is causing controversy in southern Tasmania. Read more »
Safety is a key issue when it comes to couplers and attachments.

Quick couplers under scrutiny

Legislation to phase out semi-automatic quick couplers on earthmoving equipment is under discussion. Read more »
Barro Group is pleased that the Queensland Government has called for submissions reassessing its extension application for Mt Cotton Quarry.

Barro welcomes government intervention

Deputy Queensland Premier Jeff Seeney has intervened in the debate about Barro Group’s Mount Cotton Quarry project. Read more »
Recent ATO changes to depreciable assets will not impact on earthmoving equipment.

Tax rule shake-up for depreciating assets

The Australian Taxation Office has released a new tax ruling on determining the effective lives of depreciating assets. Read more »

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