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The Damon Memorial building today. The Oxblood red of the sandstone has faded over time.

News
The granite mine that failed to strike gold

A mystery about the possible presence of gold veins in granite used for a memorial building in the 19th century may have been solved 130 years later. Read more »
The Broken Head Quarry (pictured) in Byron Bay has agreed to rehabilitate and revegetate its exhausted site.

News
Site’s environmental role in landmark outcome

Collaboration between a quarry owner and a state planning and environment agency has led to a conservation breakthrough. Read more »
An Austroads study has recommended non-standard materials be used for rural roads.

News
Alternative materials for rural road construction

Road traffic peak body Austroads has published a report on the use of non-standard materials for rural roads. These alternative materials could lower pressures on the supply of virgin aggregate.
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Boots on ground for record product launch

As part of a global product launch, operators have had a glimpse at Komatsu’s latest generation of intelligent, “ultra-low” emissions, fuel-efficient earthmoving machines. Damian Christie spoke to Komatsu representatives about what some of these machines can offer the quarrying application. Read more »
Adrian Hart, associate director, BIS Oxford Economics.

Education
Construction market trends: What does it mean for the quarrying, concrete and cement industries?

As eastern Australia enjoys an ‘infrastructure boom’, economist Adrian Hart discusses the capacity and capability challenges for the construction materials industry over the next five to 10 years. Read more »

Education
Shaping tomorrow: Robots, digital and virtual reality

Andrew Harris is an expert in disruptive innovation, with a keen interest in concepts such as the Internet of Things, robotics and automation, digital, augmented and virtual reality, and artificial intelligence. He discusses how these ideas will assist the construction materials industry. Read more »

Case Studies
Snowy 2.0: Transitioning to a decarbonised economy

Snowy 2.0 is a pumped hydro expansion of the iconic Snowy Hydro Scheme that could power up to 500,000 homes through a new network of tunnels and power stations. Snowy Hydro’s Gordon Wymer spoke to Quarry about the scheme ahead of his presentation at CMIC 18. Read more »
Boral chairman Kathryn Fagg is the keynote speaker.

Education
Kathryn Fagg: Time for courageous leadership

Ahead of her keynote address at CMIC 18, Boral’s chairman Kathryn Fagg spoke to Quarry about the challenges for the construction materials industry in a period of monumental change and disruption – and the need for courageous leadership in an ever-changing world. Read more »
Chris Riddell has always been interested in how humans are changing and adapting to high speed change.

Education
Tomorrow's world: What does the future hold?

Chris Riddell is a global futurist whose interests are in emerging trends in a hyper-connected world. In the run-up to CMIC 18, Chris discusses the benefits of technology in business practice and why construction materials companies should embrace the exciting opportunities ahead. Read more »
The Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in northern Arizona, US, the perfect place for ‘wave riding’.

Geology
Surf's up!

Fourteen years ago Bill Langer wrote a series of articles about famous rocks. This month he focuses on another famous rock, recently brought to mind by a daring surfing event … Read more »
The Tarlo River was diverted to prevent the Chatsbury Slate Quarry from filling. Today, the river’s steep edges are still lined with slate.

News
Slate site steeped in history

A slate quarry near Goulburn, NSW is replete with history - and several cities across the country share a piece of its legacy. Read more »
Nyora Primary School students on tour at Metro Quarry Group’s Nyora quarry.

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IQA trials education program in schools

An IQA pilot program to educate students on distinct aspects of the quarrying industry is being rolled out at a Victorian primary school. Read more »


 


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