Could Western Australia SECEDE from the rest of the nation? How nearly all of Australia’s $100BILLION iron ore exports come from WA – $38,000 per resident – and the state could easily pay its own way

Article by Stephen Johnson courtesy of the Daily Mail Online Two-thirds of Western Australians in 1933 voted to secede to form a new nation The British Parliament didn’t accept the result and […]

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Countdown on but space industry dragged back to Earth by bureaucratic delays

Article by Amos Aikman courtesy of the Australian Three, two, one, blast-off. That’s how it’s supposed to go. But instead, space industry regulators have been “dragging the chain” on critical approvals, endangering […]

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Ore exports at risk from marine pilot border ban

Australia’s $100bn iron ore industry is at risk of a significant slowdown as the sector’s recordbreaking run hangs on the WA government’s willingness to allow a tiny group of about 20 highly […]

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Salt and potash project a boost to regional WA jobs

Joint media release with the Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia the Hon Keith Pitt MP BCI Minerals’ Mardie Salt and Potash Project, located about 100km south-west of Karratha, is expected […]

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Sky News: US investment and improved technology key to the success of business in Australia

Hancock Prospecting Executive Chairman Gina Rinehart says she would like to see Australia “welcome US investment” to improve the “sustainability, safety, productivity and competitiveness” of Australian businesses. Ms Rinehart said she initially […]

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Coronavirus crisis: WA mining magnate Gina Rinehart calls for greater Australian self-sufficiency after COVID-19

Article by Daniel Newell courtesy of The West Australian The coronavirus pandemic has exposed weaknesses in Australia’s supply chains and emphasised the need for the country to become more self-sufficient, says WA […]

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WA mining ‘saved the national economy’

Article by Sarah Ison courtesy of the West Australian

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Roy Hill delivers for Rinehart

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 […]

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Article – NT Labor leader Michael Gunner unveils new-look front bench with Lynne Walker as deputy leader, after resignation of Delia Lawrie

23 April 2015 ABC News The Northern Territory Opposition has dumped former leader Delia Lawrie from its front bench and installed Lynne Walker as the new deputy leader. After the first Caucus […]

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Article – Entsch lands barra as focus turns to aquaculture

April 2015 Boyd Robertson Newsport Member for Leichhardt Warren Entsch stopped in at Wonga Beach on Wednesday to open Daintree Barramundi Fish Farms as focus turns toward aquaculture in Far North Queensland.  […]

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