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Jewellery Store unprotected from smash-and-grabs

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Jewellery Store unprotected from smash-and-grabs

Two armed men burst into a Sunshine jewellery store (https://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/law-order/sunshine-jewellery-store-armed-robbery-pair-storm-harvester-rd-shop-with-hammer-and-gun/news-story/0d104e3ab27c0aae231e881875fef8cf) during business hours on Wednesday. One robber wielded a gun and the other a hammer. The gunman threatened a staff member while his accomplice used his hammer to smash display cases, grabbing jewellery. That same day, a man was charged over another jewellery store smash-and-grab only 30 kilometres away. Over a year ago, the convicted and five other thi  ...read more

Adelaide’s legendary protection

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Adelaide’s legendary protection

In his heyday Sir Donald Bradman was known for his attacking prowess on the cricket field but in 2018 he is being used for his defensive attributes. A statue of the great man has been moved from the parkland area of Adelaide Oval to being in close proximity to the stadium for hostile vehicle mitigation purposes. Australian Bollards applauds the soft approach to hard security Adelaide Oval has taken. When people see the statue of Bradman, they aren’t going to think about the dangers of hostile vehicles but will remember the brilliance of his play. For 360 protecti  ...read more

London tourist hotspot applies for bollard protection

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London tourist hotspot applies for bollard protection

Madame Tussauds London has a special security measure in mind after Home Office added it to their list of potential targets of hostile vehicle attacks. The museum has applied for permission to install bollards decorated with celebrity silhouettes, a design the museum’s planning officer characterised as ‘discreet’ and appropriate for the popular tourist area. If permission is granted, the one meter high bollards will be installed on the pavements along Allsop Place and the corner of Marylebone Road. Every third bollards will be covered in a mat bla  ...read more

Security experts: anti-terror measure ‘vital’ at Adelaide Oval

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Security experts: anti-terror measure ‘vital’ at Adelaide Oval

Anti-terror measures have been planned at Adelaide Oval in order to protect patrons and staff due to recent vehicle-borne attacks overseas and in Australia. The security measures will consist of more than 200 fixed and retractable bollards. With a budget of $5 million, SA has truly taken on responsibility to protect against vehicle-borne threats. According to security experts, such security measures are ‘vital’ at venues like Adelaide Oval. Terrorism expert David Olney said: “It’s very important to have a proper system in place… this is wh  ...read more

Securecloak: Protecting your staff and assets 24/7

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Securecloak: Protecting your staff and assets 24/7

Australian Bollards offers protection at every level. Not only do we specialise in bollards, we also provide a range of cutting-edge security technologies. One of our innovative solutions is Securecloak, an anti-theft device activated by a duress button that engulfs burglars in a non-toxic smoke in a matter of seconds, preventing them from seeing what’s going on around them. The smoke takes only six to eight seconds to fill a room and even less to be effective as a distraction mechanism. The shock effect will make most burglars bail, but if they stay they will soon fin  ...read more

Queensland Lights the Way With Road Marker Technology

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Queensland Lights the Way With Road Marker Technology

We would like to welcome Queensland’s roads to the future. Australian Bollards can gladly announce that Queensland Transport and Main Roads contacted the company recently, announcing that Internally Illuminated Pavement Marker (IIPM) solutions have become more popular and that a specification is in development for Queensland roads. IIPMs are the next step in road marker technology, lighting up roads from the middle and reducing accidents by up to 70%. Australian Bollards’ cutting edge IIPMs include the solar powered AB-FD-300 (http://australianbollards.  ...read more

Car Hunt After Thieves Make Rocky Escape

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Car Hunt After Thieves Make Rocky Escape

Police are searching for a stolen SUV that ram raided an unprotected used car dealership gate in Rockhampton, Queensland. Thieves smashed a red Toyota Rav4 through the wire gate and escaped down Campbell Ln near the corner of Fitzroy St, after stealing the keys from inside. There appears to have been no road safety equipment to stop the robbery. Bollards are a familiar sight at car dealerships. These high impact barriers prevent cars from crashing into storefronts, and stop thieves from leaving with the valuable vehicles inside. A bollard is so essent  ...read more

Streamlining Costco’s construction with Pocket Isolator

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Streamlining Costco’s construction with Pocket Isolator

Pocket Isolator by NJM Group (http://www.pocketisolator.com.au/) has recently been applied at the construction site of a new Costco unit in Epping, with a total of 93 columns requiring form guards. Designed to streamline concrete construction, a pocket isolator is a unique and innovative product. Due to its effectiveness, it is ideal for large scale projects and significantly simplified the construction process at the Costco site. A pocket isolator uses 100% Virgin High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) that doesn’tbond to concrete and therefore doesn’t have to be r  ...read more

Event Bollards would improve public safety on Anzac Day

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Event Bollards would improve public safety on Anzac Day

Bollards have been deployed for Anzac Day celebrations in Sydney amongst other security measures. NSW Counter Terrorism Minister David Elliot says the bollards are in place to make people feel safe. He believes Anzac Day should be a time when everyone should be able to feel safe to go to areas where they will commemorate. Australian Bollards agree with the importance of protecting Anzac Day commemorators. Tens of thousands of people are going to partake all over Sydney, and it’s essential to make sure they are safe. The bollards are part of a trial to increase pub  ...read more

CDKL90 feature

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CDKL90 feature

The CDKL90 bollard is one of the flagship solution of the Australian Bollards range. This video showcases the features and applications of this great product. For more information on the CDKL90 or any other product, check out the CDKL90 product page (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/Catalog/removable-bollards/AB-CDKL90-Y) or contact the customer service team on (03) 9459 3488.   ...read more







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