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Uni Hill Taking on Public Safety

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Uni Hill Taking on Public Safety

After a brazen ram raid at the Uni Hill shopping centre late last year, Uni Hill have taken precautionary measures to prevent such instances from reoccurring. Australian Bollards has provided and installed their high impact, energy absorbing bollards solution at Uni Hill in Bundoora to prevent any further incidents such as ram-raids or accidents. The recent ram-raid at Uni Hill meant that the thieves were able to get away from the scene with over $30,000 worth of jewellery and dished out even more in damages to the centre. What Purpose do bollards serve? T  ...read more

Ram-Raid Spree on Shepparton Businesses

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Ram-Raid Spree on Shepparton Businesses

A man rammed his Ford Falcon into several Shepparton businesses on Sunday night on the Goulburn Valley Highway, Maude Street and Wyndham Street. Police say he started ram-raiding businesses around 6:30 PM where he damaged the offices of Nine News, Prime News and the Shepparton News. He also targeted Stockdale and Leggo and a Centrelink office where he damaged a glass panel and sliding doors at the entrance. He was then arrested at a BP service station in Kialla an hour after the first offence. According to reports, Stockdale and Leggo s  ...read more

Black Ice, Cold Snap, Strong Winds

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Black Ice, Cold Snap, Strong Winds

Road safety is a year-round issue (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/blog/work-fatigue-and-driving-a-deadly-cocktail). Australians face a new set of obstacles when winter comes and, as we’re currently facing cold weather, rain and harsh winds, Australian Bollards want to make all Australians aware of the dangers we face on winter roads this season. ‘Black Ice’ is invisible and generally forms during the night time and early mornings. It is most commonly found on stretches of road that don’t get much sunlight. Black ice makes braking diffic  ...read more

DFO South Wharf Installs Top Class Protection

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DFO South Wharf Installs Top Class Protection

South Wharf direct factory outlet has taken the necessary steps in protecting their shoppers and visitors. Shopping centres are hot-spots and social hubs, meaning that at times there is high foot traffic. Australian Bollards is an industry leader when it comes to security and protection and were trusted by South Wharf DFO to install our high quality, stainless steel VBIED bollards. (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/Catalog/designer-bollards/designer-curved-bollard) Luckily, the Management of South Wharf DFO have prioritised the safety of their visitors by taking cert  ...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

Darwin get the ball rolling with Vanguard Bollards

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Darwin get the ball rolling with Vanguard Bollards

The Darwin Local Court, with the help of Australian Bollards have revealed their visually appealing set of spherical granite bollards. In being a high foot traffic area, the Darwin Government have taken the precautionary initiative to install the bollards and prevent any potential dangers such as hostile vehicle attacks or accidental incidents. Australian Bollards is a significant advocate of protecting Australian’s and were excited to be able to provide the VBIED Bollard solution. The 800mm spheres provide for a range of functionality and security options. The boll  ...read more

Queen Victoria Market Upgrades

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Queen Victoria Market Upgrades

The City of Melbourne recently announced its charismatic Queen Victoria Market will be awarded with $250 million in upgrades over the next five years. The historical 140-year-old market is considered by many as the “heart of Melbourne” and is a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. The façade in Vic Market's food hall will be restored and so will its iconic Victoria and Elizabeth Street terraces. In keeping its heritage though, City of Melbourne has promised there will “never be a supermarket or large franchise” to accom  ...read more

Melbourne Turning from Grey to Green

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Melbourne Turning from Grey to Green

The City of Melbourne plans to rip up ‘underperforming’ roads and to turn them into parks. First stop is Southbank Boulevard, which is set to become the city’s largest linear park and part of a large-scale upgrade at a cost of $15 million over three years. New gardens and open spaces will replace one kilometre of road from St Kilda Road to Crown Casino car park, said environment chair Arron Wood. Lord Mayor Robert Doyle said his plan to turn the City of Melbourne from “grey into green” will save his council millions in the long-run by priorit  ...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







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