Speech by Mrs Rinehart – National Agriculture and Related Industries Day Nov 21 2017

by 21 November 2017

Speech by Mrs Gina Rinehart

National Agriculture & Related Industries Day Gala Dinner

Australian War Memorial

21 November 2017, Canberra

(Delivered in short version 19:50)

Good evening distinguished guests and friends, and warmest welcome to all.

It is wonderful to see you here, I know some of my friends have come from far and wide across Australia, thank you very much.

From rural barbecues, to the Archibull award in Sydney and cocktails [...]

Speech by Mrs Gina Rinehart – Pink Trucks Launch

by 18 November 2017

Friday 17 November 2017, Roy Hill

Friday, a day when all Roy employees can wear pink and contribute a donation towards breast cancer, also saw a pink truck christening ceremony at Roy Hill. This continues Mrs. Rinehart’s and and Roy Hill’s commitment to do more for breast cancer. In the bright Pilbara sun and with much red dust, staff and friends cheered on the Christening of five pink trucks, Paspaley, Noela, Luisa, Joy and, Andra [...]

Rinehart ramps up contribution to mining at Roy Hill

by 17 November 2017

Australian Mining 16 November 2017

By Ben Creagh

Gina Rinehart’s contribution to mining spans decades.

The recipient of the 2017 Prospect Awards BGC Contracting Contribution to Mining award has become one of the most well-known mining identities in Australia for her relentless commitment to growing the industry over this time.

Rinehart, as the chair of Hancock Prospecting, has led the development of major mines around Australia and has helped ensure these operations provide benefits for [...]

Rinehart warns of collapse in investment

by 15 November 2017

The Australian Financial Review 14 November 2017

By Brad Thompson 

Gina Rinehart has warned of a collapse in mining and other investment in Australia unless there are fundamental changes to the country’s three-tiered system of government to reduce the burden of bureaucracy.

Australia’s richest woman called for an end to jurisdictional duplication across federal, state and local governments in delivering a bleak assessment of the country’s direction under the current crop of political leaders and [...]

The rash of red tape is spreading like a disease

by 10 November 2017

10 November 2017 Daily Telegraph by David Leyonhjelm

The crippling effects of red tape on the economy are unfortunately not restricted to the NSW housing sector.

As chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Red Tape, I have so far introduced three interim reports — on the sale, supply and taxation of alcohol; the sale and use of ­tobacco and nicotine products; and environmental regulation, sometimes called “green tape”.

Unless you are a smoker or drinker [...]

Roy Hill delivers for Rinehart

by 2 November 2017

2 November 2017 The West Australian

By Stuart McKinnon

Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill Holdings is celebrating its maiden annual profit, marking the first full year of commercial production from its $US10 billion namesake iron ore project in the Pilbara.

Roy Hill posted a profit of $331 million for the 12 months ending June 30, up from a $34 million loss the previous year.

Bottom line profit was $523 million. It included a $274 million gain [...]


by 20 October 2017

19 October 2017 Institute of Public Affairs Media Release

Free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs has welcomed the recommendations from the Select Committee on Red Tape interim report: Effect of red tape on environmental assessment and approvals.

“The Senate Committee’s report confirms the economic damage caused by environmental red tape in Australia,” said IPA research fellow Daniel Wild.

“The government should implement the Committee’s recommendations, including abolishing the ‘water trigger’ [...]

Gina grows cattle empire

by 17 October 2017

10 October 2017 Northern Territory News

The NT’s largest land owner, Gina Rinehart, has added to her vast empire with the purchase of the 171,000 hectare Willeroo pastoral property 100km west of Katherine.

Willeroo takes the number of Territory cattle stations Ms Rinehart has a stake in to six.

The owner of Hancock Pastoral – and Australia’s richest person, worth an estimated $19.4 billion – Mrs Rinehart has spent more than $200 million on stations [...]

Exports grow as Chevron, Roy Hill ramp-up

by 17 October 2017

16 October 2017

Business News

Western Australia’s 10 biggest exporters shipped $96 billion worth of products overseas over the past year, an increase of almost 10 per cent on the previous corresponding period, according to research by Business News.

Four iron ore miners are ranked in the top 10 biggest exporters list, with exports of the steelmaking commodity totalling about $60 billion between them.

They were led by Rio Tinto, with iron ore sales from [...]

Speech by Mrs Gina Rinehart to the Pastoralists and Graziers Association of Western Australia (PGA) 2017 Convention

by 28 September 2017

27 September 2017 Hancock Prospecting

Good morning pastoralists and graziers, friends.

Thank you very much for inviting me to speak at your convention, “pathways to prosperity.”

My family has had a very long association with the Pastoralist and Graziers Association, and a long history in the pastoral industry, dating back to the northwest when our family on my father’s side was amongst the first settlers in the second half of the 1800s and its first [...]