Rinehart urges WA to follow plans to cut green tape

Article by Salomae Haselgrove courtesy of Australian Mining. Gina Rinehart has praised Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s plan to cut green tape for mining projects. The Hancock Prospecting chairperson, speaking at the National […]

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National Mining Day video 2019

Link to National Mining Day Video 2019. View Video

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Address to the Australian Agribusiness: Global Opportunities – Local Expertise Conference by Senator the Hon Matt Canavan

It is a great honour to be here as part of the third National Agriculture and Related Industries Day. Thank you to Tony Seabrook and the Pastoralists and Graziers Association for organising […]

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November 22, 2019 | National Mining & Related Industries Day

November the 22nd signifies National Mining and Related Industries Day 2019, an important annual day that will be celebrated this year at Kings Park in Perth, Western Australia. A time to reflect, […]

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CEO Magazine – Maserati to Moët: Inside the inspiring 2019 Executive of the Year Awards

Article courtesy of CEO Magazine. Australia’s top executives gathered to celebrate another remarkable business year at The Palladium at Crown, Melbourne for The CEO Magazine’s Executive of the Year Awards. Dressed in […]

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CFOs’ vision for the future is less government

The AFR View, courtesy of the Australian Financial Review. By learning how to guide the direction of the business and how to lead by communicating the company story today’s CFOs will develop […]

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Cut red tape to boost economy, say CFOs

Article by Jonathan Shapiro and James Thomson, courtesy of the Australian Financial Review. The nation’s top finance chiefs say cutting red tape would do more to help the economy than further interest […]

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Red tape rebounds to record high

Article by Adam Creighton courtesy of The Australian. Red tape, driven by federal agencies, has grown to record levels ­despite Tony Abbott’s 2013 pledge to slash constraints on the economy. The number […]

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Gina slams selfish extremists

Article by Sarah-Jane Tasker and Sean Smith courtesy of the Weekend West. WA billionaire Gina Rinehart has backed Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s move to bring in laws to deal with “selfish extremism” […]

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