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Gina Rinehart Video - "The Future of Australia's Mining Industry Under Threat" - May 2013
 
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"The Future of Australia's Mining Industry Under Threat" Video address from Gina Rinehart, Executive Chairman - Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd Resources and Energy Investment Symposium Broken Hill, May 20 2013
Views: 21939 sydneyminingclub
Gina Rinehart - Address to the Nation
 
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Gina Rinehart addresses political issues that have been bothering her. STARRING Prudence Vindin as Gina Rinehart PRODUCED & DIRECTED by Nicholas Baldas WRITTEN by Nicholas Baldas & Guido Fox CINEMATOGRAPHER: Sidat de Silva (http://www.sdsimage.com.au) EDITOR: Michael Karacic SOUND DESIGNER: John Hresc at Sydney Sound Brewery & eos13 http://sydneysoundbrewery.com/ ART DEPARTMENT: Roger Wong CAMERA ASSISTANT: Harrison Logan PROSTHETIC for Gina: Odd Studio (http://www.oddstudio.com) THIS IS POLITICAL SATIRE - This is not the real Gina Rinehart
Views: 45863 Baldino Industries
Working for Gina Rinehart
 
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What's it like to work for Gina Rinehart? STARRING Prudence Vindin as Gina Rinehart & Shane C. Rodrigo as Tony & Nancy Tan as Flower PRODUCED & DIRECTED by Nicholas Baldas WRITTEN by Nicholas Baldas, Guido Fox & Prudence Vindin (Gina at home) CINEMATOGRAPHER: Sidat de Silva (http://www.sdsimage.com.au) EDITOR: Michael Karacic SOUND DESIGNER: John Hresc at Sydney Sound Brewery & eos13 http://sydneysoundbrewery.com/ ART DEPARTMENT: Roger Wong CAMERA ASSISTANT: Harrison Logan PROSTHETIC for Gina: Odd Studio (http://www.oddstudio.com) THIS IS POLITICAL SATIRE - This is not the real Gina Rinehart
Views: 54121 Baldino Industries
Monkton tells Mining Industry to buy the Media
 
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Why are Mining Moguls like Uncle Clive and Aunty Gina buying up the Media Industry? In Perth, Lord Monckton delivered for Gina Rinehart the Lang Hancock Memorial Lecture. He also attended a strategy meeting of the fundamentalist free market think-tank, the Mannkal Economic Education Foundation, whose chairman, Ron Manners, was once a close friend of Lang Hancock and is now a close friend of Gina Rinehart. Monckton spoke to members of the Mannkal Foundation. His talk was filmed and, strangely enough, posted on YouTube. after Gina Rinehart increased her Fairfax shareholding, the jovial and genial Queensland coal magnate, Clive Palmer, was interviewed on television by Tony Jones. Jones asked him whether he had considered following Rinehart and moving into media ownership. Well that looks attractive, Fairfax, doesn't it? Fairfax looks very exciting. You could have an east-west play with Fairfax. Gina could come from the west and buy 15% and we could buy 30% from the eastern side and really get the place humming again. Was Palmer joking? Was he serious? It was impossible to be sure. Gina's friend, John Singleton, who is responsible for 2GB, the radio station that broadcasts Andrew Bolt, Alan Jones and Ray Hadley, told The Good Weekend that he and Gina Rinehart are involved in a common political enterprise. Their common cause is the war against Labor and the Greens; the fight against the mining and carbon tax; more broadly the struggle against serious action to combat climate change; and if it ever proved to be necessary securing the future of King Coal.
Views: 242 ABBOTT IS NOT MY PM
Lord Monckton - Mining Industry Owned Media
 
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Why are Mining Moguls like Rinehart and Palmer buying up the Media Industry? In Perth, Lord Monckton delivered for Gina Rinehart the Lang Hancock Memorial Lecture. He also attended a strategy meeting of the fundamentalist free market think-tank, the Mannkal Economic Education Foundation, whose chairman, Ron Manners, was once a close friend of Lang Hancock and is now a close friend of Gina Rinehart. Monckton spoke to members of the Mannkal Foundation. His talk was filmed and, strangely enough, posted on YouTube. After Gina Rinehart increased her Fairfax shareholding, the jovial and genial Queensland coal magnate, Clive Palmer, was interviewed on television by Tony Jones. Jones asked him whether he had considered following Rinehart and moving into media ownership. "Well that looks attractive, Fairfax, doesn't it? Fairfax looks very exciting. You could have an east-west play with Fairfax. Gina could come from the west and buy 15% and we could buy 30% from the eastern side and really get the place humming again." Was Palmer joking? Was he serious? It was impossible to be sure. Gina's friend, John Singleton, who is responsible for 2GB, the radio station that broadcasts Andrew Bolt, Alan Jones and Ray Hadley, told The Good Weekend that he and Gina Rinehart are involved in a common political enterprise. Their common cause is the war against Labor and the Greens; the fight against the mining and carbon tax; more broadly the struggle against serious action to combat climate change; and if it ever proved to be necessary securing the future of King Coal.
Views: 693 ABBOTT IS NOT MY PM
Gina Rinehart Sweet Child O'Mines | Wednesday Night Fever | Wednesdays 9.30pm ABC1
 
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Gina Rinehart sings Sweet Child O'Mines on Wednesday Night Fever #WNF Wednesday Night Fever is ABC's new late night comedy show. http://www.facebook.com/ABCTV http://twitter.com/ABCTV
Views: 60507 ABC TV & iview
Life of Gina Rinehart
 
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Four Corners’ Marianne Wilkinson discusses tonight’s story on mining magnate Gina Rinehart.
Barry Humphries on Gina Rinehart
 
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Barry Humphries contemplates working in an open cut mine
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Australian Mining - The News in Focus (20/2/2015)
 
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In Australian Mining's news wrap this week we cover the collapse of a rail bridge running near Rio Tinto's Brockman 2 iron ore mine and the announcement that Gina Rinehart will pursue legal action in the NSW Supreme Court over the Channel Nine miniseries 'House of Hancock'. On the lighter side two WA miners posted a video on Valentines Day showing them lip-syncing and dancing to the Whitney Houston classic 'I Wanna Dance with Somebody'. For more information on these lead stories, check the links below: • Rail bridge collapses at Rio Tinto operation http://www.miningaustralia.com.au/news/rail-bridge-collapses-at-rio-tinto-operation • Rinehart to sue Channel Nine over House of Hancock http://www.miningaustralia.com.au/news/rinehart-to-sue-channel-nine-over-house-of-hancock • WA miners show their romantic side with Valentine’s Day performance http://www.miningaustralia.com.au/news/wa-miners-show-their-romantic-side-in-valentine-s
Views: 5686 Australian Mining
Life of Gina Rinehart
 
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News Breakfast previews Four Corners' story on mining magnate Gina Rinehart.
Views: 10134 ABC News (Australia)
60 Minutes Australia: The new boom (2015)
 
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There's a new boom sweeping across Australia and it's attracting the shrewdest brains and fattest wallets in the land. It's beef – it has been branded the new iron ore, and it's big business. Where mining was the only show in town, now, the cattle industry is riding high. After years of drought, dwindling prices, and the live export controversy, properties you couldn't give away are today worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The smart money is snapping them up – Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest, Gina Rinehart, and the most unlikely cattle baron of them all. Reporter: Charles Wooley Producer: Stephen Taylor, Nick Greenaway
Views: 12949 60 Minutes Australia
Mining magnate prompts media ownership questions
 
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West Australian billionaire Gina Rinehart has doubled her stake in Fairfax Media to add to her shares in Channel 10 and that has prompted questions about why she has and what she might do with it.
Views: 1356 ABC News (Australia)
Australian iron magnate world's richest woman
 
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe The wealthiest woman in Australia has recently become the wealthiest woman in the world. Mining magnate Gina Rinehart's fortune has reached a net worth of $29b, thanks in part to her iron-ore company becoming a stand-out player in Australia's booming mining sector. As the price of iron-ore has shot up, so has Rinehart's wealth. Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Australia. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
Views: 3964 Al Jazeera English
Rinehart mining fight  Roy Hill livestock farmers stand up against mining project
 
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In the heart of iron ore country in Western Australia's Pilbara region, brothers Murray and Ray Kennedy are standing their ground against the mining industry.
Views: 950 Powerful videos
Rinehart loses appeal to keep feud private
 
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Mining magnate Gina Rinehart has lost a bid in Sydney to prevent a legal battle with her children from taking place in open court.
Costs forcing Australian business offshore: Rinehart
 
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In a video to the Sydney Mining Club magnate Gina Rinehart says Australia is too expensive and uncompetitive for exporters.
AMMA's Scott Barklamb on ABC Lateline - Gina Rinehart says resource industry treated like ATM
 
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Mining magnate, Gina Rinehart says Australian governments have treated the resources sector like an ATM. Ms Rinehart made the claim in a pre-recorded speech played at the Australian Mines and Metals Association National Conference, held in Melbourne from 15-17 May 2013. Video courtesy of ABC Lateline: http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/content/2013/s3762022.htm
Views: 75 AMMANewsroom
One rich woman
 
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The world has a new richest woman. Australian mining magnate Gina Rinehart has tripled her wealth in the past year earning the equivalent of a million dollars every half hour. See more at tennews.com.au
Views: 4944 Channel Ten
Mining magnet looks to buy stake of Fairfax
 
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ABC business editor Peter Ryan discusses how Australia's richest person Gina Rinehart has increased her stake in Fairfax Media.
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         Lang Hancock asked a young Gina Rinehart to explain the use of thermonuclear ex
 
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Lang Hancock asked a young Gina Rinehart to explain the use of thermonuclear explosives in mining to media - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Lang Hancock asked a young Gina Rinehart to explain the use of thermonuclear explosives in mining to media - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Lang Hancock asked a young Gina Rinehart to explain the use of thermonuclear explosives in mining to media - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Video 0:46 Lang Hancock asked a young Gina Rinehart to explain the use of thermonuclear explosives in mining to media Video 0:46 Lang Hancock asked a young Gina Rinehart to explain the use of thermonuclear explosives in mining to media Video 0:46 Lang Hancock asked a young Gina Rinehart to explain the use of thermonuclear explosives in mining to media
Views: 1255 Johannes Maria
Gina Rinehart's National Agriculture and Related Industries Day Video Message
 
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National Agriculture and Related Industries Day will take place annually on November 21 and aims to recognise one of Australia’s most important industries. Mrs Rinehart is the Patron of National Agriculture and Related Industries Day.
How long could Gina Rinehart keep Australia running?
 
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How long could Gina Rinehart keep Australia running?: https://thewest.com.au/business/rich-list/heres-how-long-gina-rineharts-wealth-could-keep-australia-running-ng-b88793817z. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ_14mBrc3f1lJv9CtNgQUA?sub_confirmation=1 With a mammoth and ever-increasing cash pile there is no good reason for Australia’s richest person, and the 85th-ish richest person walking the planet, not to be pretty relaxed.If Gina Rinehart appears more laid-back than usual it is probably because a few months ago she was able to tell the world her Roy Hill iron ore mine had started making money.Lots and lots and lots of money — which is how she made Bloomberg’s Robin Hood Index. Published earlier this year, the annual index shows how many days the richest person of each country could hypothetically keep their governments running.With the Federal Government burning through $1.494 billion a day just to keep the lights on, Bloomberg estimates Mrs Rinehart’s $16 billion net worth could keep things in Australia ticking over for 11 days.The world’s richest person, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, could use his $99 billion to run the US for five days.Cyprus’ John Fredriksen could run his country for 441 days with his $10.4 billion but China’s Jack Ma would have spent his $45.5 billion in just four days.The problem is Mrs Rinehart might not have the cash on hand to bail out Australia, which would have to hope Rio Tinto and Hancock Prospecting keep sending shiploads of iron ore to Asia.At least 90 per cent of Mrs Rinehart’s wealth is tied up in her Roy Hill and Hope Downs iron ore joint venture, and in her family’s right to royalties from most of Rio Tinto’s Pilbara iron ore operations.Unsurprisingly, Mrs Rinehart again topped this year’s WA’s Rich List, with our slightly less impressive estimate of a $12.93 billion, still up on last year’s $10.52 billion.Production at Roy Hill may have tentatively started production a couple of years earlier but it was not until November 2017 that Roy Hill Holdings celebrated its maiden annual profit and marked the first full year of commercial production from the $US10 billion mine.The bottom-line profit of $523 million vindicated Mrs Rinehart’s decision to go it alone and fulfil her family’s dream of owning its own iron ore mine.WA’s Rich List: Who else do you know on this year’s top-50 list? Roy Hill Holdings, 70 per cent of which is owned by Mrs Rinehart’s Hancock Prospecting, recorded sales revenue of $2.3 billion on selling about 33 million tonnes of iron ore for the year. It had achieved its targeted run rate capacity of 55 million tonnes a year.Four years after painstakingly stitching together funding for the project from Japan’s Marubeni, South Korea’s Posco and China Steel Corporation — and 60 years after her father Lang claimed he had discovered the world’s biggest iron ore deposit — Mrs Rinehart had done it.She could now turn to other things, such as cows and politics.A year after buying Australia’s biggest cattle business, S. Kidman and Co, Mrs Rinehart ramped up her exposure to the sector by boosting her Australian herd to serve up more premium steak to discerning customers in China.On the political front, Mrs Rinehart this year proved she was a chip off the #long, #could, #GinaRinehart, #keepAustralia, #running #BusinessRichListNewsGinaRinehart
Views: 23 Haidi ceudjfi
Gina Rinehart paints the Pilbara pink in support of breast cancer
 
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The CEO Magazine was honoured to join Mrs Gina Rinehart at the ‘Pink Trucks for Breast Cancer Awareness’ event held at the Roy Hill mine. The 12 enormous pink trucks made for an impressive sight, lined up against the dusty red backdrop of the Pilbara in northern WA. They were there to raise awareness for breast cancer. Gina Rinehart, Roy Hill’s Executive Chairman, unveiled nine new pink trucks, in addition to the three that were debuted earlier in the year. “Never did I imagine since setting up Australia’s then first breast cancer foundation in 1992, the Hancock Family Breast Cancer Foundation Inc., that we would be standing in front of our country’s, and maybe even the world’s, first and only fleet of pink trucks working in the mining industry!” said Gina, standing in front of ‘Ginbata’, a pink truck named for the Roy Hill mine site. Three of the trucks were named for Roy Hill’s minority partners, Marubeni, POSCO and China Steel Corporation, and representatives from each helped to christen the trucks.
Views: 166 The CEO Magazine
Gina Rinehart
 
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https://www.facebook.com/KeepCalmAbbottisnotPM Gina Rinehart Australia's richest person and most dangerous one and the most powerful Mining boss, heir to Lang Hancock's fortune, worth $10.3 billion (2010) ($42 billion, 2012) and very politically active a baby elephant , lobbyist and controller of the think tank Australians for Northern Development and Economic Vision. funders of Ian Plimer, Joke McRobert - advisor of pauline hanson - and lord monckton. not to mention Andrew Bolt's own TV show Bolt Report owns 10% of channel 10 and a sizable proportion of Fairfax she would like to cut taxes on mining, reducing environmental regulations and importing cheap labour ABC Hungry Beast
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Gina Rinehart's biggest gamble: Roy Hill
 
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Segment from ABC's The Business, aired 10 March 2015.
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Australia's Kidman Cattle Empire Sold to Mining Billionaire Gina Rinehart
 
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On Dec. 9 Australia's government approved Gina Rinehart's Hancock Prospecting and China's Shanghai CRED proposal to purchase the S. Kidman and Co empire
Rinehart becomes largest Fairfax shareholder.
 
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World's richest woman, mining magnate Gina Rinehart, has used an email to a Fairfax journalist to announce she has increased her stake in Fairfax Media to 13 per cent.
Australian Billionaire Gina Rinehart Jumps off the Sinking Ship
 
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Australian billionaire Gina Rinehart might favour a life of secrecy, but when the mining magnate does make a noise, you can be sure that people will listen.Australia's richest woman recently announced that she was selling her shares in FairFax Media, and it goes without saying that the business world sat up and took note. Find out more at: http://www.billionairesnewswire.com/australian-billionaire-gina-rinehart-jumps-off-the-sinking-ship/
Barnaby weighs in on Rinehart case
 
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The panel discuss the links between politicians and mining billionaires, including National Party Senator Barnaby Joyce's email to Gina Rinehart's children.
World's Richest Woman Calls For Australian Workers To Be Paid $2 A Day
 
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Pretty Disgusting...But here's the article: The richest woman in the world warned her fellow countrymen they are becoming too expensive to employ. Mining tycoon Gina Rinehart said it is becoming too costly for multinational companies who could hire workers for two dollars a day in Africa. The 58-year-old said in a video address yesterday that businesses are forced to look to other nations as the price for Australian labour is too high, something which was immediately criticized by Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2198868/Gina-Rinehart-Worlds-richest-woman-calls-Australian-workers-paid-2-day.html#ixzz25icvufYb FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 106A-117 of the U.S. Copyright Law.
Views: 97408 xBehindthetruthx
Gina Rinehart $2 a day
 
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Gina Rinehart laments that Africans will work in mines for only $2 a day. She also says the Chinese have lost interest investing in Australia. What about Cubby Station?
Views: 18451 Kerry Seebohm
Gina Rinehart - The Power of One - Four Corners
 
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Gina's Mine-ing Philosophy
 
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Gina Rinehart tells us how she Mines
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Gina Rinehart Loses Control Of Famly Trust To Daughter
 
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Australian mining magnate Gina Rinehart has lost control of the family trust to her daughter - BBC - http://bbc.in/1J85G1N Excerpt: "Justice Paul Brereton found that Bianca, 38, was better suited than any of the alternatives to administer the trust under the circumstances. He ordered Mrs Rinehart to hand over trust documents to Bianca."
2017 National Mining and Related Industries Day - Sydney
 
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National Mining and Related Industries Day is a celebration of mining and its related industries. This year's annual dinner was held in Sydney on Wednesday 22 November 2017. On the night, speeches were delivered by Gina Rinehart, Senator the Hon Matt Canavan, Scot MacDonald MLC and Tom Albanese.
Lang Hancock father of Gina Rinehart offers sterilisation as a solution to the Aboriginal problem.
 
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Talking head newscast discussing the 'Aboriginal problem'. In this instance, Lang Hancock offers sterilisation as a solution to 'the problem'. The news and interview footage in this clip is from a relatively recent time in Australian history. The openness with which sterilisation is proposed as a solution to the Aboriginal problem -- especially the half-castes who are not considered legitimate Aborigines -- frames the way in which the Australian public felt justified in having such discussions publicly. Such opinions are very recent, and still surface in race discussions on the ongoing distinction between 'true Aborigines' and 'hybrid' Aborigines. This clip shows footage of three men being interviewed and expressing extreme racist views about Indigenous Australians. The interviewees are mining magnate 'Lang' Hancock, a town mayor and a spokesperson for the Queensland Graziers Association. Aboriginal activist Mick Miller, the writer and narrator of the film from which this clip has been taken, speaks towards the end of the clip over footage of the Comalco Bauxite mine at Weipa in Queensland. Miller reports that multinational companies have not paid royalties nor compensated Indigenous people for mining on their land.
Views: 28841 GCCMelbourne
GINA RINEHART BANNED 1ST TAKE OF HER MESSAGE
 
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Here is the first take recorded by Gina Rinehart for her message to the Sydney Mining Club ... but her advisors persuaded her not to broadcast this version. http://youtu.be/gB3XXZyxCCQ www.facebook.com/pages/Richard-Hearsey/189477767779258
Views: 3035 Richard Hearsey
Analyst discusses Rinehart's Fairfax stake
 
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Media analyst Steve Allen discusses the move by mining magnate Gina Rinehart to increase her stake in Fairfax Media by 9 per cent.
7 News - Gina Rinehart says resource sector not an ATM
 
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Mining magnate Gina Rinehart has issued a warning to the Australian government saying it has an unhealthy reliance on the mining sector. 7News: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9-uBTRKZXo
Views: 54 AMMANewsroom
Gina Rinehart calls for Australian wage cut
 
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Australian mining magnate Gina Rinehart has criticised her country's economic performance and said Africans willing to work for $2 a day should be an inspiration. Ms Rinehart is reported to be the world's richest woman and her views have been dismissed by Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Duncan Kennedy reports from Sydney.
Views: 85 World News
Craig Reucassel performs a poem written by Gina Rinehart
 
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The Chaser's, Craig Reucassel performs mining magnate, Gina Rinehart's poem on Q&A. The piece, titled "Our Future", was engraved on a 30-tonne iron ore boulder and discusses the benefits of the resources industry. Watch the full episode here: http://bit.ly/zYH7N7
Views: 14513 abcqanda
Gina Rinehart Vision HD
 
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Gina Rinehart on Climate Change
 
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Gina on Climate Change. She deserves everything she gets! STARRING Prudence Vindin as Gina Rinehart & Shane C. Rodrigo as Tony PRODUCED & DIRECTED by Nicholas Baldas WRITTEN by Nicholas Baldas & Guido Fox CINEMATOGRAPHER: Sidat de Silva (http://www.sdsimage.com.au) EDITOR: Michael Karacic SOUND DESIGNER: John Hresc at Sydney Sound Brewery & eos13 http://sydneysoundbrewery.com/ ART DEPARTMENT: Roger Wong CAMERA ASSISTANT: Harrison Logan PROSTHETIC for Gina: Odd Studio (http://www.oddstudio.com) THIS IS POLITICAL SATIRE - This is not the real Gina Rinehart
Views: 23783 Baldino Industries
Gina Rinehart's speech to the inaugural Global Natural Resources Conclave
 
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An initiative of CNBC Network 18 & The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), supported by Vedanta Resources, the first Global Natural Resources Conclave is a platform that aims to create discussion and opportunities to develop the Indian mining industry. The Global Natural Resources Conclave was held at the Taj Palace in New Delhi, India on Wednesday 5 April 2017. Transcript: www.hancockprospecting.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Mrs-Rinehart-Speech-to-the-Global-Natural-Resources-Conclave-5-April-2017-FINAL-1.pdf
Aboriginal Stockmen return to Gina Rinehart's Mulga Downs cattle station
 
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Mulga Downs station is a huge pastoral lease in the Pilbara region of Western Australia at the foot of the Hamersley Ranges and on the Fortescue River. Nearby is the abandoned blue asbestos mining town of Wittenoom, begun by Lang Hancock, the father of mining magnate Gina Rinehart, who inherited Mulga Downs from her father. Until the mid sixties, many Aboriginal people lived and worked on and around Mulga Downs, the land of the Banyjima people. Many children to white fathers were born on the station to indigenous mothers. Most of these children were removed to institutions by police and others acting for Native Affairs and Welfare authorities. In this video, four Banyjima men return to the land of their forefathers to visit historic and cultural sites on Mulga Downs and Wittenoom Gorge. The sheep yards, shearing sheds, mustering camps and stock workers huts lie abandoned but the visitors bring the scattered ruins to life with tales of the days before Aboriginal people were driven from their land that has become degraded by drought and hoofed grazing animals - firstly sheep and in later times, cattle. Today, Gina Rinehart makes her money from mountains of iron ore pegged out by her father and royalties that he negotiated from the huge neighbouring Rio Tinto mines, as well as her own Hancock Prospecting ventures. Meanwhile, the landless original inhabitants only have their memories of happier days.. One man tells how he was a playmate of his boss's daughter Gina, when he saved her from drowining in a flooded creek. After visting graves in the Wittenoom cemetery, the men join their families for a picnic in Wittenoom Gorge, amongst deadly tailings washed down from the old mine. Sadly, many of their relatives have died from the effects of the asbestos mining, by riding on the cartage trucks or by living in Wittenoom town years after the mine was closed. Alec Tucker tells stories of his youth on Mulga Downs, joined by his nephews, Greg and Archie Tucker, with his grandson, Lloyd Tucker. He stands beside the tree where his two "half-caste" siblings were forcibly removed from their mother when Alec was a baby. In Crossing Pool in Wttenoom Gorge, Alec talks about his traditional country now heavily contaminated with asbestos fibres. Camera work by Bill Day. This video is dedicated to Gregory Tucker who passed away suddenly in Roebourne in 2011 and to all those who have died from the effects of asbestos mining in Wittenoom.
Views: 10024 kulaluk1971
Business profile: Gina Rinehart
 
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Gina Rinehart has gone from despising the media to owning a sizeable chunk of it with a move onto the Ten Network board.
Views: 11243 ABC News (Australia)
World's Richest Woman Wants Africans To Work for $2 A Day
 
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So generally, the corporate elite like to stay tight-lipped about how they view their workers. Most don't want to come across as greedy - or a Scrooge. But every now and then a cocky billionaire comes along - spouts off about entitlements and the work ethic - and we get a glimpse into how the billionaire class thinks. And this week - we recognize Gina Rinehart - the world's richest woman - as that billionaire big mouth. Here's a little bit of her background: she's worth about $18 billion - all of it is thanks to the lucky sperm club. She was born into wealth - never having to work a day down in the iron-ore mines that she now owns it - as a billionaire with really clean hands - she thinks she knows what motivates workers. And she thinks the key to economic success in her home country of Australia - is to pay those workers basically nothing - slave wages like $2 a day. This is what she said, "We must be realistic, not just promote class warfare. Indeed, if we competed at the Olympic games as sluggishly as we compete economically, there would be an outcry. The evidence is unarguable that Australia is indeed becoming too expensive and too uncompetitive to do export- orientated business. Africans want to work. Its workers are willing to work for less than $2 per day. Such statistics make me worry for this country's future."
Views: 7266 The Big Picture RT

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