Articles on Gina Rinehart, Australia's Cattle Queen

4 March 2017 Australia’s richest woman Gina Rinehart is controversial, tough and very private. In a rare insight, the nation’s new cattle queen tells SA Weekend how she’s expanding her empire from […]

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Article – Gina Rinehart brings Nine Network to heel over ‘fictionalised’ series

25 February 2017Stephen BrookThe Australian The Nine Network’s House of Hancock mini-series will never be seen again after billionaire Gina Rinehart extracted an apology from the broadcaster. Nine and production company Cordell Jigsaw have […]

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Article – Kidman head office welcomes first visit from new Chairman Mrs. Rinehart

Today I was very delighted to receive a very warm welcome from the Kidman staff on my staffs and my  first visit to the Kidman Headquarters in Adelaide. I am delighted on […]

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Article – Rinehart's Roy Hill mine digs deep into the data

8 February 2017George NottCIO Relatively speaking, the neighbourhood around the Roy Hill mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia is getting crowded. Walk 90 kilometres in a straight line from Roy […]

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Mrs. Gina Rinehart's Leadership: An Email

The following contact message has been sent:Subject: LeadershipMessage:Hi Gina, I’ve just been following the US elections of late and I believe Australia also needs someone great to lead our country. I believe […]

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Transcript – 2SM, Breakfast, Thursday, 9 February 2017

Transcript Station: 2SM Program: BREAKFAST Compere: GRANT GOLDMAN Date: 09/02/2017 Time: 07:09 AM Summary ID: X00069291604 Item: REGULAR SEGMENT: WHAT HE SAID. GOLDMAN PRAISES GINA RINEHART ON HER BIRTHDAY. Audience: Male 16+ […]

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