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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

World Class Protection for World Class Athletes

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World Class Protection for World Class Athletes

The Gold Coast Commonwealth Games have begun with a roar. Australia has won gold in several events, keeping up our reputation as some of the finest sportspeople. Queensland is protecting the athletes with elite protection and futuristic security technology. It’s almost a gold medal performance -- they just need something to secure the roads and 23 games venues. Australian Bollards offers a sturdy safety solution that looks right at home in an urban environment. Every day, bollards prove themselves by instantly stopping speeding cars and VBIED (http://www.vbie  ...read more

An innovative approach to public safety

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An innovative approach to public safety

Thousands of security professionals, engineers, architects and consultants are getting ready to meet at the ISC West Security Exhibition this week, the largest security industry tradeshow in the US, to share new security products and education. Australian Bollards will visit the exhibition as well, continuing a proud tradition of staying up to date with the newest technologies and solutions. Our Soft Approach to Hard Security (http://australianbollards.com.au/A%20Soft%20Approach%20To%20Hard%20Security%20E-Catalogue%20-%20Australian%20Bollards%20-%20V2.pdf) is ju  ...read more

Relief for repeat ram raid corner shop

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Relief for repeat ram raid corner shop

A ram raided convenience store in Bodicote, England has received almost £3,000 (A$5,300) from its customers. Thieves drove a Land Rover through the unguarded shopfront aiming to steal an ATM. It turned out the ATM was empty. They made a dramatic escape in a nearby Audi. This is the shop’s third ram raid. Convenience stores are a common and frequent target for attacks. In Leopold, Victoria, an IGA has been raided for the third time in 12 months. A common theme with ram-raid incidents is thieves often target vicinities with ATMs such as shopp  ...read more

Trio uses stolen car in ram-raid against hotel

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Trio uses stolen car in ram-raid against hotel

St Ives Hotel in Wodonga was ram-raided in the early hours of Tuesday morning. A group of three people used a stolen Subaru to ram through the doors of the hotel, only to steal a few bottles of alcohol. Police believe the ram-raid could be linked to other crimes in the area, for example a recent incident at Albury golf course shop where offenders smashed a window for a packet of chips. “It’s concerning when we have businesses that are targeted in this manner,” Detective Senior Constable Foots said in an interview with Bordermail.  ...read more

Cold Rock smash not on the menu

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Cold Rock smash not on the menu

A car has crashed into a Cold Rock ice-cream outlet at Wellington Village Shopping Centre in Rowville. The 54-year-old driver was treated for shock and the cause of the crash is unclear but the signs point to an accident. There were a few people inside the store and luckily no one was hurt this time but this might not always be the case. Whether drivers intentionally try to use their cars for ram raiding or not, the fact remains that danger can strike at any time. Shopfront protection is paramount for shop owners because asset & customer protection is a mu  ...read more

Bollard Keeps Speeding Car Away from PM and President

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Bollard Keeps Speeding Car Away from PM and President

A bollard has stopped a speeding car from reaching the Australian Prime Minister and American President. The world leaders Turnbull and Trump were holding a joint press conference at the White House last week, when the car hit a concrete security barrier. The car “did not breach the security complex” according to Secret Service agents. Law enforcers instantly rushed the vehicle and took the stopped driver into custody. The car was allegedly checked for any VBIEDs that the driver may have meant to drive into the White House.   ...read more

Dramatic Restaurant Crash Interrupts Business

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Dramatic Restaurant Crash Interrupts Business

Bollards can protect you from interrupted business, property damage and dramatic unexpected tragedy. In the U.S., a car has caused a gas leak by crashing into three other motorists and an unprotected building wall. A woman lost control of her vehicle, clipped two other motorists and slammed into the wall of the Five Guys Burger restaurant in Dover, New Hampshire. Gas leaked throughout the shopping plaza, with emergency services closing off the area and disrupting business to prevent any further destruction. This crash could have caused explosive damage to the w  ...read more

Protecting the heart of Point Cook

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Protecting the heart of Point Cook

Australian Bollards has recently installed concrete event bollards at Point Cook Pop Up Park, a turnkey solution for pop ups around Victoria. The Pop Up Park which is a joint venture between Wyndham City Council and Stockland will host a range of events for all ages, such as yoga, live music and pop up cinemas. The pop up will be in place from 25th February till 15th April 2018 at Murnong Street, making the temporary Event Bollards (http://www.eventbollards.com.au/products/) by Australian Bollards a perfect match. The leased bollards are deployable at  ...read more







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