Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a second government stimulus package worth $66 billion to stabilise employment and prevent small businesses, such as some quarries, from closing their doors permanently.
Zoning rules could force Alex Fraser Group to cease operations at its Clarinda site, south-east of Melbourne, unless local authorities grant a 15-year extension to its operating permit.
Barro Group had applied to extract more than one million tonnes of materials per annum from the 23ha site in Beerburrum, near the Glass Read more
Venarchie, a division of Fulton Hogan Industries, has operated the Goanna Road site, in North Scottsdale, east of Devonport, since 2006.
“The primary Read more
A NSW government agency has recommended that the Sutton Forest Quarry Project application be referred to the Federal Department of Environment and Energy.
The Office Read more
Institute of Quarrying Australia (IQA) president Clayton Hill said the International Presidents’ Fund was designed to support a core purpose – to advance the Read more
A $50 million NSW state budget allocation to rehabilitate the Hornsby Quarry are “welcome funds” after a $10 million surplus was changed into a Read more
According to reports, the stalemate between MCG Quarries – which has a quarry near the Princes Highway works in Ombersley – and BMD Constructions Read more
OPS has become the official distributor of Terex Trucks products in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory.
The company has traditionally been the Read more