Article – Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest praised Gina Rinehart and Roy Hill on first shipment

11 December 2015Julie-anne SpragueThe Sydney Morning Herald Mining magnate Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest has welcomed Gina Rinehart’s first shipment of iron ore, congratulating the richest Australian for developing a mine that will add […]

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Article – Gina Rinehart's Roy Hill mine exports first ore to Asia

10 December 2015Julie-anne SpragueThe Age Gina Rinehart says she has fulfilled her dreams and that of her father Lang Hancock as the first ore from her $10 billion iron ore mine in […]

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Article – Mining and Related Industries Day: Mrs. Rinehart's Speech to Event Attendees

December 2015Mrs. Gina RinehartAustralian Resources & Investment, vol.9 no.4 Perhaps on Mining and Related Industries Day, and given we are meeting this year in the Pilbara, I should share a little of […]

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Article – Forrest’s injection beefs up Harvey

8 December 2015Brad ThompsonThe West Australian Harvey Beef made a net profit of more than $3 million in the first full year of operations under the ownership of Andrew Forrest and now […]

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Article – Capricorn and Townsville Enterprises added to Northern Australia Alliance

10 November 2015Inga StünznerQueensland Country Life Northern Australian is set for a more unified voice with Capricorn Enterprise and Townsville Enterprise joining advocacy bodies from Cairns, Broome and the Northern Territory in […]

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Article – $1m road funds are ‘not enough'

3 December 2015Reuben HaleThe Countryman WA’s northern cattle industry says $100 million for road improvements is a start, but does not go far enough. A fortnight ago National Party leader Warren Truss […]

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Article – Rinehart: The light of history shall shine on your hard hats'

2 December 2015Julie-anne Sprague and Tess IngramAustralian Financial Review Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart, borrowed a line from Winston Churchill as she heaped praise on the workers at Roy Hill, who have […]

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CEO Magazines executive of the year Awards Night Speech by Mrs. Gina Rinehart

26 November 2015Mrs. Gina Rinehart Good evening everyone. I am delighted to be here at the CEO Magazine  Executive of the Year Awards night and especially pleased to be asked to present […]

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Article – Old-fashioned laws to be cut

17 November 2015Phoebe WearneThe West Australian The State Government will today introduce legislation to scrap redundant laws from as long ago as 1830 as it cuts red tape in a bid to […]

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National Mining and Related Industries Day – Speech by Mrs. Gina Rinehart

22 November 2015Mrs. Gina Rinehart Welcome to this year’s national mining and related industries day!   And, welcome to my home territory, the Pilbara! How exciting is it that the first ship for […]

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