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Anglo American announces tunnelling breakthrough Subscription
Anglo American’s Grosvenor project has reached a tunnelling milestone after completing the people and equipment tunnel for a new underground mine near Moranbah in the Bowen Basin, Australia.
Keller reveals 2014 financial resultsSubscription
Keller has announced a post-tax loss of £1.2M for the year ended 31 December 2014, compared to a profit of £30.1M in 2013.
Your industry needs youSubscription
With the government’s new MSc funding system set to make access to postgraduate education easier, what more can industry do to tackle the impending skills shortage?
GE Awards shortlist announcedSubscription
The GE Awards 2015 shortlist has been revealed, following a record number of entries.
Seattle tunnel wall collapse injures four peopleSubscription
A wall collapse at the north end of the State Route 99 tunnel in Seattle, US has injured four people working at the site.
The Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) has elected Hayward Baker director John Wolosick as the organisation’s new president.
Landslip closes Cornish beachSubscription
A beach in Newquay, Cornwall has been closed after a section of a cliff collapsed.
Welsh government backs fracking oppositionSubscription
The Welsh government has backed calls to prevent fracking in Wales until its safety is proved on environmental and public health grounds.
GE Awards entry deadline: one week to goSubscription
The 2015 GE Awards entry deadline is now just one week away.
Landslip works to resume in ScotlandSubscription
Stabilisation works after a landslip at Glen Righ in Scotland will resume on 19 January following the festive break.