Wednesday 28th Oct, 2020

Fenner Dunlop branches out

With two Fenner Dunlop facilities reaching their one-year milestone, Managers Dan Luther and Ross Vandyke explain how the branches have rapidly and safely expanded.

Harnessing the science of bulk solids

Australian family-owned business Kotzur is testing materials and drawing on a wider knowledge base to design fit for purpose material…
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Engineers in Victoria will now need to be registered after new laws were passed through the State Parliament to improve community safety.

NSW introduces mandatory registration scheme for engineers

The New South Wales Parliament has passed new laws to reform the state’s building sector and introduce a registration scheme…
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Boggabri coal mine upgrades approved

New South Wales’ Independent Planning Commission has conditionally approved changes to Boggabri Coal Operation’s coal mine. The company currently has…
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CopRice to build new milling facility

Animal food company CopRice plans to establish one of Australia’s largest ruminant nutrition milling facilities at Coleambally in the Riverina,…
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Dr James Hunt

Winter wheats could boost Aus economy by $1.8B

New research could lead to a significant increase in Australia’s wheat crop yield, potentially adding around $1.8 billion to the…
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Locals to supply Inland Rail with rock, gravel, soil

Farmers and landowners will be able to sell construction materials such as rock, gravel and soil from borrow pits and quarries…
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Port of Newcastle Bulk Terminal cargo hoppers in place

Bulk cargo hoppers are now in place to provide continuity of trade at the Port of Newcastle while the new…
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