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Directing the Flow, Pedestrians and Protection.

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Directing the Flow, Pedestrians and Protection.

With the Federal election coming up on Saturday the 18th of May, everyone is busy figuring out where they are to vote and how many people they’ll have to stand with to get the voting done. With over 16,000,000 people lining up to vote, time and effort will ultimately need to be put into organising and structuring polling areas. One effective way to assist in this is the introduction of temporary T-top Hi-Vis Orange PVC bollards to structure pedestrians into neat and flowing lines. These T-Top Hi-Vis Orange PVC bollards can be used as non-permanent crowd control bar  ...read more

'Little Streets', Larger Space

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'Little Streets', Larger Space

As a plan to make Melbourne the premier bicycle city of Australia, Lord Mayor Sally Capp has released a 10-year draft transport strategy. The plan is to expand the six kilometres of protected bike lanes to more than 50 kilometres by the year 2030; creating more space for pedestrians and cyclists in the CBD. The council will remove some of the city’s off-street parking, clearing the equivalent of 30 MCGs or 20 Burke St Malls of space. Our esteemed ‘Little Streets’ of Melbourne’s CBD (Little Collins, Little Burke, Little Lonsdale, Little La   ...read more

International Expert Joins NJM Group

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International Expert Joins NJM Group

The NJM Group would like to welcome José Alvarez Moro as a non-executive director. We greatly value the experience and insight that he brings to our organisation. José has a Bachelor and Master’s in social work, and started his career working in child protection. He then went to work for the Department of Immigration, providing settlement services to migrants and refugees from Indochina, Latin America and Burma. He then advanced to a management role, and has been the State Director of Victoria and Western Australia, as well as the Deputy Director of Ne  ...read more

Art meets Security

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Art meets Security

'Blockage by Nina Sanadze is a temporary exhibit - running from March 28th till April 28th - portraying and examining concrete bollards in our public areas. There are three public sculptural installations throughout the South-East Melbourne area. This exhibit playfully changes our views on bollards, encouraging thought-provoking ideas about safety and security. The three sculptures are: 'Bollard up a Tree' 'Building Blocks' 'Safeguard' Here at Australian Bollards, we want to reframe your association with bollards. We have a range of bollards that enhance public safe  ...read more

Attention, Passengers: Hawkstowe Station at Your Service

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Attention, Passengers: Hawkstowe Station at Your Service

With the Mernda Rail Extension now complete, over 8,000 commuters from Melbourne’s northern suburbs can now reach the CBD each day. Three new train stations built along the extension will provide passengers with easy access to work, school, shopping and entertainment around Melbourne’s CBD, Middle Gorge and Hawkstowe stations. NJM Group and Australian Handrails are glad to have worked alongside John Holland on the government’s $2.4 billion Level Crossing Removal project which finished in August this year. Our team of experienced installers cu  ...read more

Excavator Used to Ram-Raid Bendigo Bank

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Excavator Used to Ram-Raid Bendigo Bank

Two thieves shattered the front wall of a Bendigo Bank in country Victoria recently. Within minutes, they had gotten away with an unknown amount of cash, left a huge mess and a small town without an ATM. CCTV vision shows the pair arriving at the main street branch in Tongala at around 3 AM to demolish windows and door frames at the branch’s entrance. A spate of recent robberies in the area have caused alarm around Shepparton and the local community of Tongala, which now claims the only ATM in town has been ripped out.   ...read more

Bollards in Focus for Qatar 2020

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Bollards in Focus for Qatar 2020

Qatar’s architectural beauty attracts many tourists each year, not to mention the number of stopovers and connecting flights its Doha airport regularly receives. And we’re expecting to see even more people entering through Doha airport when Qatar hosts the FIFA World Cup in 2022. But besides football, Qatar also offers visitors cultural and architectural delights like Katara Cultural Village. This is where visitors can find some of the best architecture the Middle East has to offer due to its large blue mosaic tile design, both equally complex   ...read more

Greener Cities Towards A Greener Future

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Greener Cities Towards A Greener Future

Our need for greener cities has never been greater. All over the world, cities are now employing sustainable strategies to better help the environment and people who live in metropolitan areas. Since the green movement and scientists’ undeniable evidence of climate change, electric trams are replacing vehicle traffic to reduce carbon emissions and pollution which characteristically comes from metropolises. By planting green strips alongside tram tracks, cities further our green future by reducing the amount of heat emanating from buildings and  ...read more

Window Dressing Attracts Carlton Ram-Raiders

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Window Dressing Attracts Carlton Ram-Raiders

Two thieves used a storm for cover while they ram-raided a clothing store in Carlton over the weekend. CCTV vision shows a Mazda sedan reversing through the Elgin Street glass shopfront then realigning to the curb while the second burglar runs inside to remove the cash register and steal a bag of clothes. Motorists are seen driving past seemingly unaware that a robbery is taking place. The ease in which these thieves gained entry to the premises and the short amount of time it took for them to complete it raises alar  ...read more

Pieces Missing in Recent Lego Thefts

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Pieces Missing in Recent Lego Thefts

Using a crow bar to pry open the entrance of an independent Lego retailer last night, two thieves forced entry into the premises before emptying and destroying its shelves- and getting away with almost $30,000 worth of Lego. With only three weeks until Christmas, it’s a shame this small business must suffer before what is probably their busiest business period of the year. While it’s unknown if the two robberies are connected, it’s clear the thieves knew what they were looking for, as only valuable and collectable items were targeted durin  ...read more







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