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Budget driven by WA

02.05.2021

Editorial courtesy of the Sunday Times, Perth WHEN Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg gets to his feet in Parliament to deliver his Budget speech in just over a week, much of what he will say will have been made possible by ...

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Jokes and Joys book launch

29.04.2021

Book launch.

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New high for iron ore a boost for Australia’s resources sector

29.04.2021

Media Release of The Hon Keith Pitt MP, Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia. Global iron ore prices have hit record highs, surpassing the previous record from a decade ago and providing a welcome boost to Australia’s resources ...

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Rinehart eases steel makers’ iron ore pain with big Roy Hill dividend

28.04.2021

Article by Peter Ker and Brad Thompson courtesy of the Australian Financial Review Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart, has agreed to soothe the pain that record iron ore prices are inflicting on the Asian steel mills of her partners ...

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Iron ore gives Budget boost

27.04.2021

Australia’s Budget bottom line is recovering faster than expected, driven largely by the strength of WA’s iron ore sector, with analysts now suggesting it could be back in surplus within four years.

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Anzac Day 2021

24.04.2021

May our government understand, we need to better serve, those who defend or have defended and served our country.

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Mining: Essential to Australia

19.04.2021

The Australian April 2021

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Iron ore price boom expected to send more royalties into WA’s coffers as year end approaches

09.04.2021

Article by Sean Smith courtesy of The West Australian WA’s budget surplus is climbing towards $4 billion as iron ore stretches its unexpectedly strong run into the last quarter of the financial year, potentially pumping another $800 million into government coffers. ...

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Happy Easter to all!

01.04.2021

Happy Easter to all! All the best from Gina Rinehart, Tad, Barry, Greg, Gerhard, Giles and the team at Roy Hill.

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Iron ore boom, strong labour market ease budget woes

30.03.2021

Article by David Rogers courtesy of the Australian A stronger-than-expected Chinese and global economy has helped cause much higher-than-expected commodity prices, especially iron ore. Picture: Bloomberg Australia is set to reap a budget windfall from booming iron ore prices and ...

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