Article – Enterprise zone push

25 March 2015 The West Australian The Pilbara Regional Council believes Australia’s first special enterprise zone should be created in Hedland around the proposed Lumsden Point port development. Under plans before the […]

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Article – Singapore, the country run like a corporation (1974)

23 March 2015 Fortune Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew has made his prosperous little realm a nice place to do business. But it’s not much fun to live there. This Fortune article […]

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Annual Developing Northern Australia Conference

The program will cover the critical issues facing the area from north of the Tropic of Capricorn, spanning Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland; an area of approximately three million square kilometres […]

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Article – 'Dragon' market firing up our farms

24 March 2015 Andrew Marshall Queensland Country Life AGRICULTURAL exports to China now directly sustain about 18,000 agribusiness jobs in Australia as the Asian dragon economy grows even more integral to our […]

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Article – Investor confidence shaken after QLD uranium mining ban

18 March 2015 Vicky Validakis Australian Mining The Palaszczuk’s government plan to ban uranium mining in Queensland has sent shockwaves through the industry. The recently instated minster for natural resources and mines, […]

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Article – Kimberley gas plant protesters ‘left nothing’ for people

13 March 2015 Andrew Burrell The Australian THE Aboriginal leader who backed a $40 billion gas plant in the Kimberley as a way of creating indigenous jobs has attacked “extreme nutter” environmentalists […]

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Article – Rio Tinto trials automated trains in Pilbara

11 March 2015 Mining Technology Rio Tinto’s fully autonomous AutoHaul automated railway system has completed the initial journey in the Pilbara hauling its iron ore to port. The $518m train plan has […]

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Speech by Mrs Rinehart at Christening Ceremony for Roy Hill Locomotives

23 March 2015 Gina Rinehart Good afternoon and a very warm welcome to what is truly a special day for Roy Hill. Hope you’ve enjoyed your project visit so far. I would […]

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Article – Roy Hill mine on track despite iron ore slump

12 March 2015 Vicky Validakis Australian Mining The head of Gina Rinehart’s $10 billion Roy Hill mine said the project will ramp up to full production earlier than expected. Speaking at the […]

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Article – WA no longer world's best place for miners, hammered by royalties and taxes

4 March 2015 Tess Ingram Sydney Morning Herald Western Australia has lost its world No.1 ranking for mining investment, with lobby groups pointing the finger at hefty royalty payments and taxes that […]

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