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WorkSafe is investigating the death at a quarry in Plumpton. Image courtesy of ABC News.

Safety alert after second quarry death in three months

Health and safety authorities have issued an alert after the death of a quarry worker last week. Read more »
The new Mining Industry Guide to Workplace Safety provides a quick reference point for management and staff.

New safety poster with interactive smartphone features

The latest version of a poster informing mine operators how to identify, assess and control risks on their work sites is now available to order. Read more »
Visitors can explore the extreme landscape in military 4x4 trucks.

Slate mountains become a tourist attraction

A guided tour is offering to take visitors around man-made mountains from a 19th century mine in military 4x4 trucks. Read more »
The Melbourne Metro’s twin tunnels are expected to ease congestion in the metropolitan rail network.

Interest sought for ‘biggest’ Aussie public transport project

A major public transport project, said to be the largest in Australia, has been put out to market. Read more »
Funding for Western Sydney Airport preparation work was amongst the new infrastructure spending announced in the latest budget.

Federal budget shows support for small business

While the latest federal budget included little new infrastructure spending, several announcements could still be positive for the quarrying industry. Read more »
The USC research project may help prevent road surface breakage.

New material could improve road integrity

University students are working with industry and local government to develop a new material that could improve road integrity. Read more »
The quarry would supply marine-grade armour stone for proposed port expansion plans and potentially create up to 40 jobs.

Quarry to create jobs, support port expansion

Proposed port expansion plans are seemingly one step closer to reality after the recent approval of a new quarry site. Read more »
The mental health awareness program was launched after “overwhelming” interest from quarry managers.

Quarry mental health program goes nationwide

A presentation that started at an IQA sub-branch meeting last year has evolved into a quarry-specific mental health education program that is being rolled out across the nation. Read more »
The new Coraki quarry is expected to inject millions of dollars into the local economy.

Quarry to inject $2M into local economy

A quarry that will supply material for a major highway upgrade is expected to inject almost $2 million into the local economy.  Read more »

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