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Diploma students celebrate their graduation.

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Students in the Victorian limelight

Over 90 Victorian branch members, other industry representatives, students and their families convened on the evening of 19 April, 2012 for the Victorian IQA branch’s annual Student Presentation Night. Read more »
Penrice says that demand for its quarry aggregates has softened further than expected.

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Penrice may sell Angaston, quarry business down

Adelaide’s Penrice Soda Holdings has secured another $4 million from its bankers and is confident an increase in the construction aggregates resource at its marble and limestone mine at Angaston could make the mine more saleable and so reduce its debts. Read more »
Councils may be overestimating the impact of the carbon price on landfill.

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Minister: Councils overestimating carbon price on landfill

Representatives from 40 councils around Australia last week attended a forum with the Federal Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency and the Clean Energy Regulator to make sure they had the right information about the carbon price. Read more »
Precious metals like platinum are in abundance in asteroids.

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Vision for asteroid mining

After bits and pieces of information appearing over the past few weeks, the whole story to mine near-earth asteroids was revealed by Planetary Resources at a media conference in the US. The company intends to launch its first spacecraft within two years. Read more »
Before - the disused quarry that is to be a five star hotel complex.

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‘Groundscraper’ closer to reality

A five-star luxury hotel complex will be built in a disused 100m deep quarry pit at the foot of the Tianmashan mountain, 45 kilometres southwest of Shanghai, China. Preparations for the new development commenced in March. Read more »
Caterpillar still number one in the 2011 KHL International Construction Yellow Table.

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Construction equipment sales growth in 2011

Construction equipment sales were up by 25 per cent for 2011 according to the KHL Group, a provider of construction information. Read more »
Skills funding is available for quarry owners.

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Quarry companies eligible for skills funding

The Commonwealth Government has allocated $20.5 million of the National Workforce Development Fund (NWDF) to the quarrying, coal mining, metalliferous mining, drilling and civil infrastructure sectors. Read more »
Onsite Rental has opened a branch at Ballarat, Victoria.

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Onsite at Ballarat

Onsite Rental Group has opened a new branch in Ballarat, Victoria after identifying the zone as a key growth area. Read more »
Navman's easy to read Dynamic Dashboard.

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Navman trend monitor

Navman Wireless has a Dynamic Dashboard platform to review daily, weekly or monthly vehicle trends such as idling time and distance travelled and provides an instant graphical representation of a fleet’s operations. Read more »
Aaron Bonanno. Photo: Sydney Morning Herald.

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Take me to the moon

Basalt from a Kulnura quarry on New South Wales’ central coast is taking a young Australian university student to California to present his research at the American Society for Civil Engineers at the Earth and Space 2012 conference. Read more »
Mettler Toledo is offering a free copy of its Systems Handbook.

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Free handbook for customised installations

Mettler Toledo has a free publication for engineers, designers and service personnel who are working with customised installations. Read more »
Axion has developed a 7m x 4m thermoplastic bridge in Maine, US.

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Is recycled plastic a bridge too far?

Axion International, an eco-business operating in New Jersey, has developed a product that could provide a raw material alternative for concrete that reduces carbon emissions and addresses America’s abundance of used plastic bottles in landfill. Read more »
CCAA has called for strategies from the LNP Queensland government.

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CCAA presents plan to LNP government

Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia (CCAA) has called for the new LNP Queensland state government to develop a long-term strategy to guarantee the supply of construction materials to fuel Queensland’s recovery and growth. Read more »
Komatsu has officially opened its new plant in Wacol, Queensland.

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Komatsu investment opens in Queensland

Komatsu Australia opened its new state of the art regional headquarters at Wacol, southwest of Brisbane on Thursday 12 April, 2012. Read more »
Horse rescue goes to plan in Wexford.

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Horseplay ends in tears

Billy the horse wanted to go swimming and chose a flooded quarry in Wexford, England. Read more »

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