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Gina Rinehart slams Federal Government’s green energy policies, warns of roadblocks to grow agriculture

The WA businesswoman highlighted in her speech ideas on how the Federal Government could assist agriculture, which included allowing farmers to clear their land to decrease the risk of bushfires, compensating for past clearing restrictions, and reimbursing past fines on farmers who had cleared land to protect their families, staff, pets and infrastructure. Ms Rinehart said as well as slashing red tape, the Government also needed to recognise “water was king” for agriculture.


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National Agriculture and Related Industries day | 21 November 2021 | Speech by Gina Rinehart

This year, our fifth annual National Agriculture and Related Industries day, we had planned one of the biggest celebrations ever to mark our appreciation of all those in agriculture, and this important National day. Unfortunately with the uncertainty of COVID restrictions, we had to postpone our event. Please join us in the Whitsundays next National day, November 21 2022. National Agriculture & Related Industries Day is our day to come together and hold celebrations around the country to acknowledge the over three hundred thousand hard working men and women across our essential industry.


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Mining magnate Gina Rinehart backs changes to age pension system to keep older workers on the job

“Hancock recognises the shortage of staff Australia-wide disrupts many projects and delays supplies,” Mrs Rinehart said. “We are a supporter of the Government changing its policy where pension arrangements are concerned, so that pensioners can work should they so choose, without onerous tax resulting from their decision to work. “Hancock is a very patriotic company that supports investment in Australia, primary industries and jobs in WA and Australia. When mining does well, Australia does well.”


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HARNESS THE DEDICATION OF OUR OLYMPIANS

The Courier-Mail columnist and Sky News Queensland editor Peter Gleeson spoke to Gina Rinehart, Hancock Prospecting Group’s executive chairman, about her continued support for Australian athletes and the country’s Olympic programs.


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McKillop to head Gina’s Hancock/Kidman operations

In the statement, Hancock chief executive Garry Korte said Mr McKillop had been charged with making the company’s agricultural division the leading agricultural business in the country. “We have made a head start, changing cattle care culture at Hancock, so that all our staff appreciate that, ‘happy healthy cattle are the best cattle’,” Mr Korte said.


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