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For the first time in more than a century, WA has had a fatality-free year in the resources and extractive industries.

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Once in a century result for WA mines

For the first time in more than a century, no deaths have been recorded in Western Australia’s resources industry. Read more »
Melbourne’s Leo Vamvalis was the winner of the 2013 Australian Sand Sculpting Championship on the Gold Coast.

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Sand storm for Queensland sculptors

Queensland’s wild weather created a different type of sand storm in February for a number of talented artists on the Gold Coast. Read more »
A BIS Shrapnel report forecasts that the number of major projects in Queensland will fall by half by 2016-17.

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Construction projects to decline in the north

A new report on the size and number of major construction projects in Queensland has found they will decline by over $7.5 billion from 2012-13 to 2016-17. Read more »
The first round of e-mentoring partnerships will provide guidance to women seeking to further their resources careers.

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Online mentoring for female miners

Women working across Australia’s vast resources sector can now benefit from the industry’s first dedicated virtual mentoring program, supported by private and government channels. Read more »
Screens on display include the S80 and R105.

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Supplier’s best on show at Bauma

Screening and crushing supplier McCloskey is showcasing new features and product improvements to its crushing and screening line-up at Bauma 2013. Read more »
Hanson’s Bass Point Quarry has continued business as usual, despite protected industrial action.

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Hanson walk out in NSW

Workers at a Hanson quarry have taken protected industrial action over pay conditions but negotiations between the company and its employees remain deadlocked. Read more »
The 2013 Mining Industry Guide to Workplace Safety is now available to order.

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Free guide to mine industry safety

A new guide to promoting workplace safety in the mining industry, including emphasis on fatigue and workplace bullying, is now available free to order for your office or lunch room. Read more »
“Spider-Man” assists the JEMS in their search for three of his friends trapped in an underground mine.

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Spider-Man to the rescue in deep mine

A mysterious, yet familiar masked man in blue and red spandex has swung into action to rescue his colleagues from an underground mine collapse in South Africa. Read more »
The Off Earth Mining Forum will focus on a range of topics, including lunar mining.

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Mining on the moon not such a stretch

A growing number of engineers, entrepreneurs and explorers are looking forward to the prospect of extracting off-Earth minerals – and they will be passionately discussing it later this week. Read more »
Kinder has been awarded AS and ISO standards certifications for its belt transfer products and belt cleaning systems.

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Kinder welcomes new high standards

An independent supplier of components to the running efficiency of conveyors and bulk handling materials equipment has been awarded AS and ISO standards certifications from Bureau Veritas. Read more »
With the Tension2Go app, users can check whether the pre-tension of ContiTech belts is correct with a smartphone.

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App for belt measurement

A new app which measures the pre-tension frequency and pre-tension on conveyor belts is available on iPhone and Android devices. Read more »
Mike Kane: Building products in Australia is a work in progress.

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Boral building products continue to struggle

Following the release of its half-year financial results last week, Boral is banking on the recovery of the US housing market to get it back into the black. Read more »
The Merlo Remote Explosive Loading Unit could win Safe Work Australia’s Category 2 award for the best solution to a workplace health and safety issue.

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Safety innovation companies vie for awards

Finalists in the 8th annual Safe Work Australia Awards have been announced by Rex Hoy, the chief executive officer of Safe Work Australia. Read more »
Quarry Amphitheatre, in City Beach, WA, this year celebrates its 20th anniversary as a concert venue.

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Quarries on points in WA, on song in Queensland

Two quarry sites at opposite ends of Australia are changing their tune and the public is being invited to sit on the sidelines and watch the show. Read more »
A Mullaley quarry operation has submitted an application to expand its output to up to 600,000 tonnes per year, subject to Gunnedah Shire Council approval.

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Increased extraction proposed in Mullaley quarry

An independent quarry operation has lodged an application with Gunnedah Shire Council to increase gravel extractions from a quarry near Mullaley in New South Wales. Read more »

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