Article – Gina Rinehart dips in to pour funds into rowing

by 2 September 2016

25 August 2016 Simon King The Australian

Rowing Australia will today announce a renewed partnership with Australia’s richest woman, Gina Rinehart, which is being described as “transformational” by its president.

Rinehart — who has already invested in the sport alongside the national swimming, synchronised swimming and volleyball teams — will, through Hancock Prospecting and the Georgina Hope Foundation, become the principal partner of Rowing Australia over the next four years.

“This is a significant and [...]

Article – They’re not just Olympians. They’re our future leaders.

by 2 September 2016

18 August 2016 Gina Rinehart The Daily Telegraph

More than 11,000 athletes from more than 200 countries in one vibrant South American city. The Rio Olympics is one I won’t forget. And after years of assisting our wonderful Aussie athletes, nothing was going to stop me from cheering our teams on in Rio.

Gina Rinehart, with Australia’s beach volleyball players in Rio, says our Olympians are outstanding role models. (Pic: Supplied)

The [...]

The Rinehart Review, First Edition – Rio Games

by 1 September 2016

Welcome to the first edition of the Rinehart Review – and greetings from Rio!

The Olympics are incredible for spectators, but more importantly it’s about the world’s best athletes - athletes who’ve become the world’s best after years of outstanding efforts, discipline, dedication, hard training and persistence. With these attributes, they are great role models and ambassadors for our country.

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Article – Gina Rinehart: Australia’s biggest Olympic fan

by 8 August 2016

30 July 2016 Financial Review

John Bertrand calls her the “matriarch” of the Australian Olympic team.

Mining billionaire Gina Rinehart has quietly become the biggest individual financial supporter of Australia’s Olympic efforts as the team heads to Rio de Janeiro for next week’s Games.

Rinehart has emerged as a sponsor of four Olympic sports, putting in an estimated $5 million annually – more than any other individual and more than most corporate backers.

Having long [...]

Article – Botswana: Special Economic Zones to Strengthen Export Earnings

by 12 August 2015

2 August 2015 Calviniah Kgautlhe All Africa

Gaborone — The proposed Special Economic Zones Bill No. 10 of 2015 seeks to boost industrialisation and Botswana’s competiveness in the global economy.

Debating the bill in Parliament recently, Sefhare-Ramokgonami MP, Ms Dorcas Makgato, said creation of special economic zones would expedite industries competitiveness in the global market, hence strengthening the country’s export earnings.

“This is about the globe; we want to be able to compete, we are [...]

Article – Greek Politicians Should Learn from Latvia

by 6 August 2015

1 August 2015 Dan Mitchell International Liberty

I wrote last month that the debt burden in Greece doesn’t preclude economic recovery. After all, both the United States and (especially) the United Kingdom had enormous debt burdens after World War II, yet those record levels of red ink didn’t prevent growth.

Climbing out of the debt hole didn’t require anything miraculous. Neither the United States nor the United Kingdom had great economic policy during the post-war decades. [...]

Happy Australia Day from ANDEV

by 26 January 2015

National Mining Day Lunch held in Darwin NT on Saturday, 22nd November 2014

by 16 January 2015

SBA Gala Dinner Held in Darwin NT on Saturday, 22nd November 2014

by 15 January 2015

Article – Gina Rinehart wins Chairperson of the Year award

by 28 November 2014

28 November 2014 Cole Latimer Australian Mining

Gina Rinehart has won CEO Magazine’s Chairperson of the Year award for the second year running.

She took out the gong at the third Executive of the Year Awards, held last night in Sydney.

Upon taking the stage Rinehart said she accepted it “on behalf of my small, hard working executive team and the many thousands of men and women working in the challenging Australian outback, including those [...]