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Airport Safety Prepares for Take-Off

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Airport Safety Prepares for Take-Off

The Hamad International Airport in Qatar is a popular stopover and destination neighbouring the United Arab Emirates. Since its opening in 2014, it’s received over 120 million passengers and handled more than 1.9 million tonnes of luggage. Visitors from all over the world arrive daily at Qatar airport, often seeking entertainment, hotels and food during their layover. This means the staff at Hamad International Airport must stay on track of the health and safety of their passengers, and without the right amenities and safety solutions in place, it can prove quite a diff  ...read more

Accor Hangs Ned Kelly Bike Racks

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Accor Hangs Ned Kelly Bike Racks

Accor Hotels in Melbourne recently upgraded their underground parking facilities by installing Ned Kelly Bike Racks in the car park of their Southbank location. By giving guests the option to ride around and enjoy the various bike paths in and around the city, Accor Hotels has ensured their guests can reduce greenhouse emissions while also seeing the best of what Melbourne has to offer. The NK2000 by Ned Kelly Bike Racks provides space-saving parking solutions to businesses and councils Australia-wide. With a range of sizes and installations available, Ned Kel  ...read more

The Impact Absorbing Benchmark

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The Impact Absorbing Benchmark

A high number of shoppers and pedestrians are expected to be walking around Melbourne in the months leading up to and during the holiday season. Yarra Trams counted over 3.5 million passengers using Melbourne’s tram services each week. They say weekends are even busier, calculating over half a million passengers each day. That is why Australian Bollards is proud to introduce Australia’s benchmark bollard- the Impact Absorbing Omni bollard. These energy absorbing bollards are used throughout Melbourne’s CBD and can absorb the impact of a 1.  ...read more

Ram-Raiders Strike Again!

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Ram-Raiders Strike Again!

The Village Food Market in Andergrove, Queensland, was ram-raided in the early hours of the morning on October 14th. A nearby resident heard a “loud bang” from the direction of the store at 4:30am before the store’s owner found CCTV footage of a vehicle ram-raiding into the glass side door of the shop. How much and of what was exactly stolen is still unknown, and police investigations are underway. The store owner is now checking his stock to establish how much was taken and to assess the damage to his glass sliding door, shelving and a large amount of stock.   ...read more

Northern Health’s Indigenous Message Stick

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Northern Health’s Indigenous Message Stick

Northern Health hospital recently payed tribute to the indigenous land their hospital was built on by commissioning Australian Bollards to design and install a 21st century message stick. It will play a recording of a smoke ceremony when the stick is activated by pushing its button. Message sticks have been used to communicate between different Aboriginal tribes, languages and dialects throughout parts of Australia for tens of thousands of years. They are still used today in some parts of Australia to deliver important news and communication over Australia’s vast   ...read more

Saving Space For a Fitter Future

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Saving Space For a Fitter Future

Australia’s population continues to rise. Estimates from the United Nations on Wednesday delivered us a number just short of 25 million people, revealing a solid increase of over 300,000 since last year. Our larger cities’ CBD’s and university campuses are certainly noticing the increase. It’s a good thing for both tourism and education that our hot spots are so active but it does raise some issues. Notably, the lack of space for securing of bikes. If there isn’t somewhere to safely chain up bikes people may stop riding them. Less pe  ...read more

Upgrades to Melbourne’s Busiest Tram Corridor

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Upgrades to Melbourne’s Busiest Tram Corridor

The tram corridor on St Kilda Road and Swanston Street is one of the busiest in the world. It’s also Melbourne’s most crowded and a notorious stop for commuters. The proposed new interchange, named ANZAC Station, will include what the City of Melbourne has called a “super stop”, which will reduce pressure on vehicles, trams and trains by allowing access via four entry points to bike and pedestrian paths, tram stops and a train station, all in the one place. NJM Group supports City of Melbourne taking positive steps towards a cleane  ...read more

Kicking Goals in Worldwide Sporting Event Protection

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Kicking Goals in Worldwide Sporting Event Protection

Football fans all over the world were recently entertained with one of the biggest sporting events in the world. The soccer World Cup occurs every four years and is an exciting spectacle for viewers all around the globe. It begs the same question every four years, what is the host country doing in terms of security to protect its own civilians and tourists visiting the country? There are certain implementations which can be used to protect innocent civilians against different hazards. One such implementation which provides protection are Australian Bollards’ VBIED bolla  ...read more

Speeding Drivers Face New Obstacles

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Speeding Drivers Face New Obstacles

Speeding drivers are a problem we need to overcome. July 7th saw police chasing a speeding couple through Darwin suburbs with speeds reaching over 110 km’s per hour – in a 70 zone. And it isn’t a solitary event. Police detected more than 500 speeding drivers across South Australia over the Queen’s birthday weekend last month. And it doesn’t always end without incident. Just two days ago, a Victorian man was caught driving with a blood alcohol percentage of 1.72. He was driving at over twice the legal speed limit, hitting speeds of 1  ...read more

Bollards prevent gang house attacks

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Bollards prevent gang house attacks

Melbournians are turning to bollards to protect themselves from a rise in gang violence and theft. When finding a point of weakness in a home, gangs and other criminals often look to the garage doors as potential entry point to a home. Garage doors often don’t stand a chance when encountered with a car ramming attack. Australian Bollards (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/) has a range of solution to increase home security to ensure criminals cannot ramraid your garage door. The CDKL-90 (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/Catalog/removable-bollards/AB-CDKL9  ...read more







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