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The bluestone quarry at Carn Goedog, almost 290km away from Stonehenge. (Source: UCL)

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New discoveries shed light on Stonehenge mysteries

Excavations at two quarries in Wales provide new evidence of megalith quarrying 5000 years ago, according to a study led by London’s University College. Read more »
Oberon Earthmoving’s Middle Creek Quarries site will produce 150,000 tpa of quarry products and another 100,000 tpa of organic and soil processing.

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Expanded Middle Creek site commences operation

After years of planning and consultation, Oberon Earthmoving’s expanded Middle Creek Quarries site in Oberon, New South Wales, is ready to ramp up production. Read more »
An aerial shot of the Bell Quarry at Clarence, New South Wales.

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Community concerns over quarry rehabilitation

A Development Application has been lodged with Lithgow City Council for the rehabilitation of the Bell Quarry at Clarence, New South Wales. Read more »
The Goanna Road Quarry pre-expansion and (inset) surrounding quarries. Source: The Examiner.

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Tasmanian operation seeks to raise production

The Scottsdale Quarry in northeast Tasmania is applying to increase its annual production. Read more »
An artist’s concept of a possible exploration program.

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Industry expertise sought for mining the moon

A team of engineers at the University of New South Wales wants to capitalise on Australian expertise and lead the charge to mine the moon. Read more »

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Heavy-duty dozer launched with machine control

Komatsu has released the D375Ai-8 “intelligent” dozer, the first heavy dozer incorporating the fully integrated intelligent Machine Control (iMC) system. Read more »

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'Next generation' excavators, wheel loaders impress at trade show

A multinational manufacturer has launched a range of ‘next generation’ excavators and wheel loaders with new technologies and functionalities into the Australian market. Tim Robertson spoke to Caterpillar personnel about the benefits of these vehicles in the quarrying application. Read more »

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Trial at 'emission-free quarry' declared an outstanding success

Having recorded encouraging results from a joint research project at Vikan Kross Quarry, near Gothenburg in Sweden, Volvo Construction Equipment has subsequently announced that all of its compact earthmoving machines produced from 2020 will feature electric engines. Read more »
The TA400 is the largest articulated hauler that Terex Trucks manufactures. It weighs 10 tonnes more than the TA300.

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Upgraded articulated hauler to roll into bauma 2019

Terex Trucks' recently updated TA300 articulated hauler will make its first international tradeshow appearance at bauma in Munich, Germany. Read more »
While he spent a lot of time wearing black, Peter’s fashion sense could also be quite colourful!

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Peter Barro: An enduring legacy

In late 2018 the extractive industry lost one of its stalwarts and advocates at a relatively young age. John Mitas reflects on the life, work and passion of Peter Barro. Read more »
One of the quarries at Trikorfos, with the partially carved columns in situ. Source: Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports.

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Marble sites unearthed in the Greek Islands

Three ancient Karystos shale marble quarries have been discovered on the Greek island of Evia. Read more »
Kinder Australia’s embarkment into the APAC market will be supported by its 3500m² warehouse facility in Braeside Victoria, which stores more than 8000 conveyor components and accessories.

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Conveyor supplier expands into APAC

Kinder Australia has recently launched a new international website focused on expanding its business into the Asia Pacific region. Read more »
An asphalt premix containing a high density plastic, courtesy of Alex Fraser Group. The Victorian Government is offering $1.5 million worth of grants this year to the construction materials industry for similarly innovative road surface projects.

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Grants for innovative road surface projects

Recycled concrete, glass, plastics and even rubber could be used in the future construction of pedestrian walkways and roads. Read more »
One of three light vehicles damaged by flyrock at Albury Quarry.

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Flyrock incident in NSW quarry

Flyrock in a site 10km northeast of Albury, New South Wales, has damaged three light vehicles and endangered seven people in the exclusion zone. Read more »
Boral’s Giovanna Romeo (left) and Seertech Solutions’ Dylan Rowe receive awards from the Brandon Hall Group for their collaboration on the iLearning Plus suite for Boral employees across more than 430 sites nationally.

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Boral learning tool receives commendation

Boral has received an award for its use of specialist learning technology designed to improve capability and compliance and, ultimately, make workplaces safer. Read more »

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