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Total Care for Aged Care

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Total Care for Aged Care

In the spirit of helping others, Australian Bollards has installed Armco Barriers and wheel stops to provide security and protection to the residents and staff at Little Sisters of the Poor in Northcote, Victoria. Little Sisters has been providing aged care since six French and two English Sisters took a six-week journey to arrive in Melbourne in 1885. This residence, on St Georges Road, was purchased the same year and by 1892 housed 300 residents- many of whom came from the gold rush. Our Armco Barriers are installed in car parks, freeways and highwa  ...read more

Blackburn Returns

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Blackburn Returns

For the third time since May this year, North Blackburn Shopping Centre has been ram-raided. The two masked thieves took only eight minutes to cause thousands of dollars’ worth of damage. The thieves gained access to North Blackburn shopping centre by ramming a stolen ute through an unguarded entrance at 2:20am Thursday morning, using the vehicle to ram-raid four more stores. The owner of the salon has expressed concern over the security of the shopping centre, which has bollards installed at other entrances to the premises. The thieves fou  ...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

Hobart Airport off to a Flying Start

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Hobart Airport off to a Flying Start

Australian Bollards are happy to be providing the Tasmanian capital of Hobart with airport security solutions to ensure the safety of passengers and staff with our VBIED high-impact bollards. Hobart airport is using an Australian company to provide an Australian solution to asset protection and public security, having recently completed the northern extension of its 120m runway, which is part of its $40 million overhaul including a new interchange, Tasman freeway overpass and a dual carriageway extension. Construction began this year to improve safety and travel times and is   ...read more

Melbourne CBD Bollard Upgrades

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Melbourne CBD Bollard Upgrades

Melbourne will receive $50 million in security upgrades from the Victorian government this year throughout nine sites in Melbourne’s CBD including Queen Victoria Market, Southbank, Southern Cross Station, Federation Square and the State Library. The first upgrade will be the Flinders Street forecourt, which will be widened by up to three meters as early as December. This is expected to ease the course and protection of foot traffic in the area and to compliment the addition of the proposed ANZAC Station near the Shrine of Remembrance. Event Bollards  ...read more

On Track to a Greener Future

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On Track to a Greener Future

Victorian builders and construction companies have been at the edge of their seats since the Victorian government proposed a $50-billion train line (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-28/melbourne-suburban-train-loop-promised-by-labor/10172184) to link Melbourne’s outer suburbs. The proposed train line will span from Cheltenham to Werribee for 90 kilometres, linking outer suburbs to each other and has been described as “the biggest public transport project in Australian history.” What does this mean for Melbourne? More business opportunities: Businesses a  ...read more

Celebrating Sir Donald Bradman's 110th Birthday

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Celebrating Sir Donald Bradman's 110th Birthday

Today marks Australian cricket legend Sir Donald Bradman’s 110th birthday. His test scores are still incomparable with anyone else who has played the game, making a total of almost 7,000 runs over 52 tests. And his statue can now be found protecting sports fans at Adelaide Oval. At the peak of his career the English cricket team created the Bodyline method of bowling, which was intended to attack the batsman’s body. This offensive hostile method proved difficult for batsmen but not for Bradman, who managed to curb the effect of offensive bowling tactics whic  ...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

Green, Mean Protection at the MCG

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Green, Mean Protection at the MCG

Melbourne’s sporting lifestyle means that every weekend, die-hard fans congregate at the MCG or other such venues to watch their club battle it out with the opposition. The congregation of these die-hard fans has significant consequences in terms of the accumulation of plastic rubbish and food waste. Luckily, the MCG have come up with a plan to curb the problem. All plastic and food waste which is left at the MCG will be collected, recycled and turned into protective bollards. The MCG has a plan to produce as many of these bollards as they can to eventually replac  ...read more

Our Automatic Future

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Our Automatic Future

Trackless trams are just another technological jump for Australia to take in the search for safety and efficiency. They’ve been successfully tested in China and transport analyst professor Peter Newman has already spoken quite favourably regarding implementation of the concept in Australia. The trams would operate on ‘virtual tracks’ signalled by painted sensors along the road; a change which would be most welcome to replace outdated metal rails. Estimates suggest that it could cost around five million dollars per kilometre. As expensive as it may s  ...read more







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