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The following attendees at the 2018 National Agriculture and Related Industries Day urge our Federal and State Governments to help restore the competitiveness of our great agriculture sector by seriously reducing so much unnecessary red tape and excessive taxation. Name Contact Details Signature
Speech by Mrs Gina Rinehart
Patron and Founder of National Agriculture & Related Industries Day
Executive Chairman of the Hancock Prospecting Group and S. Kidman & Co
National Agriculture & Related Industries Day Gala Dinner
Wednesday 21 November 2017, Sydney
Good evening distinguished guests, and friends.
Warmest welcome to Australia’s second annual National Agriculture and Related Industries Day. It’s wonderful to see you here, thank you for coming [...]
Speech by Mrs Gina Rinehart
Patron and Founder of National Mining & Related Industries Day
Executive Chairman of the Hancock Prospecting Group and Roy Hill
National Mining & Related Industries Day
Thursday 22 November 2018, Canberra
Good evening His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC, Her Excellency Lady Cosgrove, distinguished guests, Members of Parliament, Tad Watroba our Co-Patron of National Mining and Related Industries Day, mining [...]
Northern Australia white paper ambitions stifled by red tape and lacking infrastructure – ABC News
It was touted as the key to transforming the north into an “economic powerhouse” in its own right.
Key points: Development in northern Australia stifled by land access, policy uncertainty and a lack of capital investment Producers urge Federal Government to cut red tape to boost investment Government eager to work collaboratively with states, federal Agriculture Minister says [...]
As part of National Agriculture and Related Industries Day on 21st November, we will be holding a live auction to raise funds for the drought relief appeal at our gala dinner in Sydney. Below are some of the items we will be auctioning off on the night, and we do cater for absentee bidders.
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We look forward to raising funds for the drought relief appeal and assisting our farmers.
It’s quite a site — and not one hardened miners of WA’s rugged North West are used to.
Set against a red dirt background, Hancock Prospecting’s chairwoman Gina Rinehart and Dr Patricia Kailis AM OBE, of Kailis Pearls fame, yesterday christened Australia’s only pink locomotives at Roy Hill’s Port Hedland rail yard.
The two GE locomotives — named For Mothers and Women of the North — have been added to Roy Hill’s existing fleet of [...]
Rio Tinto, Hancock Prospecting launch fourth Hope Downs development:Article courtesy of Australian Mining, October 5th, 20185 October 2018
Joint venture partners Rio Tinto and Hancock Prospecting have opened the Baby Hope mine, a fourth Hope Downs operation that boasts the use of automation.
Hope Downs, in the Pilbara of Western Australia, is already comprised of three major open pit mines – Hope 1 North, Hope 1 South and Hope 4 – producing high-grade lump and fines products.
Baby Hope is around four kilometres south-west of the Hope Downs 1 South deposit, and immediately [...]