Article by Dean Nalder – WA Shadow Treasurer
Now more than ever, WA needs to undertake significant economic reform to create jobs quickly and stimulate a fragile economy. It’s worth remembering that before COVID-19 , our domestic economy was fragile at best. Recent events have done even more economic damage making it now imperative to: › Cut energy costs for businesses and households; › Reform inefficient taxes and charges like stamp duty; › Increase spending [...]
The resources sector has long been the State and the nation’s economic powerhouse.
And in this time of crisis, with unemployment lines lengthening and governments spending buckets of money at a great rate in a bid to save jobs and limit the economic damage from COVID-19 shutdowns, it is more apparent than ever how much we need the sector.
The revenue which flows into WA as a [...]
November the 22nd signifies National Mining and Related Industries Day 2019, an important annual day that will be celebrated this year at Kings Park in Perth, Western Australia.
A time to reflect, consider, appreciate & champion the mining community and the myriad of benefits to all Australians that result.
Co-sponsored by Roy Hill, Rio Tinto and BHP, this year, as prior years events, will be truly remarkable.
Aside from enjoying world-class entertainment throughout, [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Article – ‘Natural resources drive a country’s economy’ conclude the key speakers at Global Natural Resources Conclave22 June 2017
20 April 2017 India Partnered
‘Economic development cannot take a nation forward on its own. We need a society and economy which complement each other. ’- Narendra Modi
These inspiring lines from Prime Minister Narendra Modi underline the need for various socio and economic factors to work cohesively in order to achieve the desired development goals of a nation. And, a country can only progress if it aptly utilizes its natural resources to address its [...]
18 May 2017
Hancock Prospecting and Roy Hill are excited to announce that Executive Chairman, Mrs Gina Rinehart, and the Roy Hill project have been recognised at the prestigious Platts Global Metals Awards in London tonight, winning two awards.
Mrs Rinehart was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award for her outstanding leadership in the mining and resources sector, and for her contribution to the development of that sector throughout her adult life.
Her leadership has included [...]
19 May 2017 National Mining Chronicle
Hancock Prospecting Group Executive Chairman Gina Rinehart, the Roy Hill project and Fortescue Metals Group were among the big winners at the prestigious Platts Global Metals Awards in London.
Mrs Rinehart was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award for her leadership in the mining and resources sector, and for her contribution to the development of that sector throughout her adult life.
Her leadership has included founding and patronage of Australia’s [...]
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 [...]