Video address by Mrs Gina Rinehart to Vision Australia’s The Black & White Committee’s Women of Achievement Luncheon on Tuesday 5 June 2018 in Sydney.
National Agriculture Day will be celebrated with a Gala dinner on November 21st in Sydney CBD, further details to follow.
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Speech by Mrs Gina Rinehart
Executive Chairman of the Hancock Prospecting Group, Roy Hill and S. Kidman & Co
American Chamber of Commerce in Australia’s (AmCham) 50th Anniversary Gala Dinner
Friday 25 May 2018, Adelaide
Thank you April for such a lovely and warm introduction.
Good evening Governor Hieu Van Le, Mrs Le, Premier Marshall, Acting US Ambassador James Carouso, our Kidman partner Mr Gui, Minister Canavan, Senator Bernardi, other Members [...]
Jenne Brammer, The West Australian, Thursday, 24 May 2018
Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Agriculture and the Kimberley Pilbara Cattlemen’s Association have joined forces to explore whether there is appetite to create a group which could work with the State Government to help shape its vision for the Fitzroy River.
An invitation to discuss the potential for forming a steering group has been issued to key stakeholders who would be affected by the State Government’s Fitzroy [...]
Neale Prior and Daniel Newell The West Australian Wednesday, 23 May 2018 1:30PM
With a mammoth and ever-increasing cash pile there is no good reason for Australia’s richest person, and the 85th-ish richest person walking the planet, not to be pretty relaxed.
If Gina Rinehart appears more laid-back than usual it is probably because a few months ago she was able to tell the world her Roy Hill iron ore mine had [...]
By “Prime” Ag News, Apr 27, 2018
Australia’s wealthiest woman is on a crusade, and she has the red tape choking the agricultural sector in her sights. If the sector is to survive and prosper, says Gina Rinehart, government must urgently cut the regulatory burden.
Rinehart says that while there are opportunities in agriculture, they won’t be realised until barriers facing business are reduced.
“Each of our agriculture industries needs to be focused on what [...]
by Matt Sherrington, Farm Weekly 22 Mar 2018
SINCE 2016, Rick Ford, manager of pure Droughtmaster herd operation Fossil Downs at Fitzroy Crossing, has been embracing agricultural technology innovations to help improve overall efficiency, animal welfare and staff safety.
Rick and his family moved from a nearby property to run Fossil Downs nearly two years ago.
“The property is 394,000 hectares and has the Fitzroy and Margaret Rivers on the doorstep,” Rick said.
“These two water [...]
Anthony Barich 7 March 2018 SNL Metals & Mining Daily: West Edition
As Australia’s miners brace themselves for the impact of the U.S. president’s decision to tax steel imports at 25%, the chair of Australia’s single biggest iron ore mine has lavished praise on Donald Trump, who she says could teach a thing or two to local politicians, as industry red tape concerns gather pace.
Mining magnate Gina Rinehart — executive chairman of Roy Hill [...]