Article – Rinehart’s Roy Hill mine digs deep into the data

by 2 March 2017

8 February 2017 George Nott CIO

Relatively speaking, the neighbourhood around the Roy Hill mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia is getting crowded.

Walk 90 kilometres in a straight line from Roy Hill, which you’d have to be very brave to attempt given the conditions here, and you’ll reach BHP’s Yandi mine.

Next door, just an hour’s drive through the vast emptiness of the outback, is the Christmas Creek mine, operated by Fortescue [...]

The Rinehart Review: Merry Kidman Christmas

by 16 January 2017

Hello from South Australia, the home of Kidman (and award winning wines)! Since my last newsletter, we have had a busy few months. It has been a year of growth and achievement, with the most recent acquisition of S. Kidman & Co through our joint venture with Shanghai CRED topping off an exciting year for our team.

HISTORIC KIDMAN ACQUISITION

This joint-venture will further expand Hancock’s beef interests geographically across Australia, mitigating weather risks, and [...]

Speech by Mrs Gina Rinehart Delivered by Sophie Mirabella National Mining & Related Industries Day 22 November 2016, Melbourne

by 12 December 2016

Good evening distinguished guests and friends

It is great to celebrate with you in Melbourne tonight the 4th annual National Mining & Related Industries Day.

Thank you very much to John and the whole IPA team for putting on tonight’s special dinner. Thank you to Gabriella and the AusIMM Women in Mining Network also for helping with tonight’s gala dinner.

Today is the day to pose a question for all Australians to consider: “Where would [...]

Article – Past, present and future in Gina Rinehart’s land plan

by 25 October 2016

10 October 2016 Terry McCrann Herald Sun

AUSTRALIA’S richest woman Gina Rinehart has brought together two of the greatest names in the nation’s history and in its development. She has very neatly unified past, present and future.

In spending around a quarter of a billion dollars to buy control of a slice of Australia, big enough to actually be seen with the naked eye from the moon, she’s also got Treasurer Scott Morrison out of [...]

Australian Resources and Investment – Articles by Gina Rinehart

by 12 September 2016

September 2016 Gina Rinehart Australian Resources and Investment, vol.10 no.3

Roy Hill Wins PMI Australia’s Project of the Year Award

Mrs. Gina Rinehart and Sanjiv Manchanda’s acceptance address for Project of the Year at the 2016 Project Management Institute Australia Awards for Roy Hill’s mega iron ore project.

Roy Hill Pink Truck Launch Celebration

The introduction of the first of Roy Hill’s pink trucks in recognition of breast cancer, breast cancer research and support initiatives.

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Article – Mining exploration gets $100m budget injection

by 31 May 2016

4 May 2016 Oliver Probert Bulk Handling Review

$100m in additional funding announced in the budget will help map mineral, energy and groundwater potential in northern Australia and South Australia,  resources minister Josh Frydenberg has said.

The federal budget, handed down on Tuesday night, included $100m of new funding for Geoscience Australia.

“The $100m Exploring for the Future programme will produce pre-competitive geoscience data, to be released on an annual basis over the next four years,” Frydenberg [...]

Article – Australia’s Northern Territory ideal for mining opportunities

by 31 May 2016

22 April 2016 Emirates News Agency

Australia’s richest person Gina Rinehart said, the untapped and undiscovered lands of northern Australia is one of the world’s “last great development opportunities.”

Rinehart said the Northern Territory has massive potential as it is majorly untapped, while its proximity “on the doorstep” of Asia specifies potential investment from prime Asian firms.

“This area is not only very friendly, but unique, and does indeed represent one of the world’s last [...]

Article – A sea of pink at Roy Hill

by 24 May 2016

3 May 2016 Sharon Masige Australian Mining

As Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill mine comes online and begins shipping iron ore, it is also making waves in terms of its social and corporate responsibility, as it paints its haul trucks pink to raise awareness of breast cancer.

Below is a collection of some of the best images from the unveiling of these new pink trucks.

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Article – Rinehart warns of resource pressure

by 11 May 2016

20 April 2016 Ashley Manicaros Northern Territory News

THE extent of commodity price falls was not predicted despite it being part of a regular cycle in the Australian resources sector and a turnaround was even harder to predict, according to mining magnate Gina Rinehart.

The chairwoman of Hancock Prospecting, and Australia’s richest person, who was in the Territory to address an invitation-only investment forum on Monday, said in responses to Business Week queries any turnaround [...]

Article – Roy Hill: a beacon of prosperity

by 18 April 2016

As Australia Week in China wraps up, Roy Hill has recently celebrated its inaugural shipment of iron ore to China.

More than 60 years after it was discovered and after much criticism from naysayers, Roy Hill is bringing Australia’s great iron ore to the world.

This is a project that saw the largest financing ever in mainland resources history.

This is a project that has benefited and involved over 50,000 people.

This is a project [...]