Book Launch - 'Northern Australia and then some' by Mrs Gina Rinehart

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To order a copy of Mrs Gina Rinehart’s new book Northern Australia and then some please contact Rachel Leigh on 03 9600 4744 or at rleigh@ipa.org.au.

Or alternatively order a copy from the Small Business Association by emailing Anne Nalder at info@smallbusinessassociation.com.au.

Mrs Gina Rinehart: Sustaining the benefits of Australia’s resource industry – 17/05/13

Mrs Gina Rinehart and Mr Imants Kins at Darwin launch of second edition of ‘Northern Australia and then some’ - 7/3/2013

Imants Kins interview on ABC News24 – 19/3/2014

NT Chief Minister Terry Mills launches second edition of ‘Northern Australia and then some’ in Darwin - 7/3/2013

Mrs Gina Rinehart receives the Institute of Public Affairs Free Enterprise Leader Award 2013

Click here for more videos from the Institute of Public Affairs’ 70th Anniversary Dinner

Coalition’s Draft Discussion Paper – Developing Northern Australia: A 2030 Vision

The Coalition’s Draft Discussion Paper, Developing Northern Australia: A 2030 Vision received widespread support in the days after it was reported in the media. The Business Spectator praised the Discussion Paper’s vision and foresight here and here. The paper also received support from many groups in Northern Australia, including the Cairns Chamber of Commerce and Mt Isa Mayor and former State Labor MP The Hon. Cr Tony McGrady AM. The Daily Telegraph’s editorial noted America’s economic growth was driven by westward expansion and questions why Australia can’t achieve something similar developing the North.

Our response to the the Coalition’s Northern Development and Dams and Water Management Task Group Discussion Papers:

What is ANDEV?

ANDEV is made up of individuals and businesses in Australia demanding that our government welcome investment and provide economic vision for the country’s future.

We want to unleash the potential of North Australia by getting government out of the way.

ANDEV provides a voice to all of those who wish to see Northern Australia thrive.

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Mrs Gina Rinehart with members of the ANDEV Executive in Kuala Lumpur after Mrs Rinehart accepted the CEO Visionary Award for 2012

Talking To You (ANDEV Blog)

Speech Given by Mrs Gina Rinehart at the National Mining and Related Industry Day at the Darwin Convention Centre

by 24 November 2014

22 November 2014 Mrs. Gina Rinehart

Mining is the largest earner of export income generating more than $200 billion in much needed revenue for our country, a country in record debt.

It provides jobs directly and indirectly for Australians including in places where there would otherwise not be work – and mining indirectly employs many people in so many important related businesses.

Take it away, and Australia would be a very different place.

For an [...]

Speech Given by Mrs. Rinehart at the Small Business Association Gala

by 24 November 2014

22 November 2014 Mrs. Gina Rinehart

45% of our northern mainland – is home to just 5% of the population.

It’s Australia’s economic blind-spot, but with less government and more commonsense attitudes, reduced taxes, less red-tape and less government burdens – it could become our powerhouse.

We need special economic zones to encourage growth and revitalise our competitive ability – not to mention to pull in revenue to pay [...]

Article – China opens markets in Hong Kong-Shanghai deal

by 20 November 2014

16 November 2014 Josh Noble and Jennifer Hughes Financial Times

China has taken another big step towards liberalising markets with plans to give individual Chinese investors greater freedom to make overseas investments through the Shanghai free-trade zone – just as the communist country opens its stock markets to international hedge funds for the first time.

Monday’s launch of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect, which will allow investors in each centre direct access to the other’s [...]

Article – Lack of scale crushing the Ord Irrigation Scheme’s sugar dream

by 18 November 2014

13 November 2014 Matt Brann ABC Rural

The Chinese company willing to invest $700 million in Australia’s far north is still waiting to access land in the Northern Territory so it can develop a sugar industry in the Ord Irrigation Scheme.

Pressure is mounting on the Northern Territory Government to make land available on its side of the Ord expansion project, and it appears to be struggling to progress environmental approvals and negotiations with the [...]