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Rinehart urges government to cut red tape

Article by Salomae Haselgrove courtesy of Australian Mining

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Rinehart roasts big-spending, high-taxing MPs

Article by Brad Thompson courtesy of the Australian Financial Review

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We support WA Jobs for recovery

We support WA Jobs for recovery

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Mrs Rinehart wins GJ Stokes Memorial Award

Dear Staff West Australia’s border kept our own Iron Lady Mrs Rinehart from collecting her lifetime achievement award at the Diggers and Dealers gala dinner in Kalgoorlie, so HPPL and Atlas Director Tad Watroba accepted the GJ Stokes Memorial Award on her behalf. The award means Mrs Rinehart has ...

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Diggers & Dealers 2020: Gina Rinehart breaks new ground again as first woman to claim forum’s highest honour

  Article by Josh Chiat courtesy of the West Australian and Kalgoorlie Miner Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart, has made history, becoming the first woman to take out the GJ Stokes Memorial Award at Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s Diggers & Dealers Mining Forum. Named after late forum founder Geoffrey Stokes, the award honours ...

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Congratulations to Executive Chairman Mrs. Gina Rinehart for her outstanding contribution to the mining industry and Australia.

The Hancock Prospecting Group’s Executive Chairman, Mrs Gina Rinehart, has made history becoming the first woman to be awarded the GJ Stokes Memorial Award at the 2020 Diggers & Dealers Mining Forum. This will also see that the Hancock Group has now completed the trifecta of diggers and dealers awards, as ...

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Rinehart’s historic win headlines Diggers and Dealers awards

Article courtesy of Proactive Investors. The awards presentation wound up another successful Diggers and Dealers despite COVID-19 restrictions seeing the event moved from August to October and restricting attendance to those from the home state. Australia’s richest person Gina Rinehart has made history, becoming the first woman to take ...

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Gina Rinehart, $16 billion Super Pit merger recognised at Diggers and Dealers gala

Article by Hamish Hastie courtesy of the Sydney Morning Herald Gina Rinehart, the recent $16 billion Saracen Minerals-Northern Star merger deal, and gold miner Ramelius Resources have been honoured on the final night of the Diggers and Dealers mining conference in Kalgoorlie. Ms Rinehart, Australia’s richest person and chairman of ...

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CEO Magazine: We mine iron ore like no-one else – Print Edition

Atlas Iron CEO Sanjiv Manchanda talks responsible mining, sustainability and the power of culture during a crisis.

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“We mine iron ore like no-one else.” Sanjiv Manchanda

Atlas Iron CEO Sanjiv Manchanda talks responsible mining, sustainability and the power of culture during a crisis.

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Cutting red tape in project approvals can boost WA jobs

Western Australia's prospects of becoming the fastest-growing, highest potential State in Australia after coronavirus recession was boosted by the commitment of the Commonwealth and McGowan Governments to slash red tape for WA's resources sector.

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Mines dig State out of a hole | TheWest

WA's economy is forecast to only shrink slightly due to COVID-19 this financial year, thanks largely to the State's resilient mining sector and enormous levels of fiscal stimulus.

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WA is saving the day

It could be tagged a tale of two cities. Or perhaps more accurately, a tale of two States. But whatever title is settled on, one thing is clear: WA and Victoria have become synonymous with the best and the worst ends of the State's responses to the coronavirus crisis.

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Aussie Aussie Aussie Ore Ore Ore

How WA resources continue to carry weight of the nation.

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Treasurer Ben Wyatt says keeping WA mines open was WA’s ‘golden decision’ amid soaring iron ore price

Allowing WA’s resources sector to continue operating throughout the pandemic has proved a “golden decision” that has added billions of dollars to the national balance sheet and averted complete economic catastrophe.

The soaring iron ore price — touching $US108 a tonne yesterday — has fuelled an unexpected royalties and ...

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Thank God for WA

As Government set to reveal biggest deficit since WWII - they will also say Australia faring better than every other country thanks to the shinning light of our mining sector.

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