Scam alert: Gina Rinehart fires up after Aussie retiree’s $110k life savings snatched

Scam alert: Gina Rinehart fires up after Aussie retiree’s $110k life savings snatched. The Gold Coast man came across the scam on Facebook and thought it could help him boost his retirement income. A Queensland retiree has lost “nearly everything” after falling for an investment scam that used the image of Gina Rinehart on Facebook. Now, the mining magnate’s team says Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg should be held accountable.

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Chanticleer | Soul Patts’ Millner rails against secretive new laws

He says he only found out about the “nature-positive” plan a few weeks ago, even though he is chairman of four listed companies and has investments in all pockets of the country. Gina Rinehart’s Hancock is the other company brave enough to publicly raise the alarm bells – most businesses seem to be hiding behind the Business Council of Australia, lobbying on their behalf, or worried about political backlash.

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Rinehart boss blasts Labor’s ‘nature-positive’ agenda

One of Gina Rinehart’s top lieutenants says the Albanese government’s so-called nature-positive laws pose a huge threat to farming and mining. Hancock Agriculture boss Adam Giles said the process “smelled” like a repeat of the shambolic Indigenous heritage legislation rolled out by West Australia’s Labor government last year.

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The Albanese government is hiding many dark environmental secrets

The national accounts released last week reflect the considerable contribution Australia’s mining sector makes to our economy. While overall economic growth in Australia slowed to 0.2 per cent in the December quarter, the mining industry continued to grow, with its gross value increasing by 1 per cent, according to ABS data. This was largely driven by a 1.9 per cent increase in Australia’s production of iron ore in the quarter.

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Labor’s Secret Tax on Living Costs.

You’d be used to the phrase ‘red tape’. This is ‘green tape’ to the max! Major new projects and development will be ground to a halt or be forced just to pay up. It’ll mean more lawyers, more court challenges, more power to the opponents – in the end a minefield of new regulations and rules to make every step towards getting things done tougher. Probably why most of this being kept hushed.

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Building an exceptional future | Women in Mining | 2024

8 March 2024.

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Happy International Women’s day!


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Sculpture by the sea launches 

Perth artist Johannes Pannekoek was announced as the recipient of the $30,000 Hancock Prospecting and Roy Hill sculpture award for his artwork Lifeblood. The sculpture wa draws inspiration from the tEarth’s winding rivers and serpentine shapes, encouraging people to reflect on the protection of the lifeblood of our planet’s ecosystems.

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Inside Gina Rinehart’s star-studded 70th birthday

‘Many attended wearing their Rossi boots, and enjoyed a horse show backed by the fantastic Aussie music, “The man from snowy river'” with riders accordingly also dressed in iconic Driza-Bone, and Rossi boots, carrying large Australian and company flags,’. It added: ‘The event was greatly enjoyed by all, with very positive comments by staff who attended, including, “the best night of my life”.’

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