Much has been written about Gina Rinehart, her business and successes recognised… But in this article I will cover what very few know, that is Gina Rinehart’s tremendous support to Australian veteran community and their families, along with other philanthropic and corporate initiatives.
In an exclusive interview to mark her 70th birthday, Gina Rinehart shares without Editor, Mitch Catlin, that she has no plans to slow down or retire from her extraordinary business career quite the contrary on the back of her purchase of iconic brands, Drizabone, and Rossi Boots, the nations richest woman has marked her milestone birthday with gifts for her staff, and one hell of a planned shopping spree, adding more Aussie brands to her already-large basket.
As an employee of hers, I’ll let you know that I’ve never heard a single complaint from within her workforce, as she absolutely takes care of us. Friday, which was her 70th birthday, Gina Rinehart gave away $100,000 tax free to 70 lucky employees. Drawn at random using employee identification numbers? Yes, $7 million all up. This is actually commonplace for her, as she’s extremely generous and thoroughly appreciative of those that work for her.
To our incredible Aussie athletes & supporting team members, Congratulations to each of you on your ongoing outstanding efforts and achievements, and very best wishes for your participation at the World Aquatics Championships 2024.
A special Australia Day edition of the City of Light Shows will be held at Langley Park thanks to Hancock Prospecting. There will be plenty of family entertainment and food trucks from 3pm and a combined drone and fireworks display after 8pm over the Swan River.
We need policies that help Australians. We need policies that make investment in our country worthwhile. If we have any interest in maintaining our living standards we should be doing what other countries do and roll out the red carpet for investment. Expensive government-funded trade trips and trade personnel located overseas are a waste of money unless governments cut the costs and delays caused by government red tape. And Blind Freddie can see that the forcing the overburdened taxpayer to fund lawfare does nothing to encourage investment.