After making a splash at Rowing WA’s Corporate Cup regatta earlier this year, Roy Hill is supporting WA’s next generation of female rowers by donating an Empacher racing eight to the Swan River Rowing Club.
The world-class racing hull is set to arrive from Germany soon and will support the women’s youth program at the Club, helping them reach their full potential.
Hancock Prospecting, Roy Hill’s parent company, is a major sponsor of Rowing Australia, with our Executive Chairman Mrs Rinehart, Rowing Australia’s Patron.
Hancock’s and Mrs Rinehart’s valued relationship with Rowing Australia dates back to 2015, with their support helping to revolutionise the High-Performance program as the team works towards next year’s Paris Olympics.
After making a splash at Rowing WA's Corporate Cup regatta earlier this year, Roy Hill is supporting WA’s next generation of female rowers by donating an Empacher racing eight to the Swan River Rowing Club. Hancock Prospecting, Roy Hill’s parent company, is a major sponsor of Rowing Australia, with our Executive Chairman Mrs Rinehart, Rowing Australia’s Patron. Hancock’s and Mrs Rinehart’s valued relationship with Rowing Australia dates back to 2015, with their support helping to revolutionise the High-Performance program as the team works towards next year’s Paris Olympics.Read more
Two of Western Australia’s largest and most established ex-service organisations have joined forces to launch the State’s first targeted accommodation program specifically for veterans. The joint initiative between the Australian Air Force Association, known as RAAFA, and RSLWA is set to provide quality housing for former members of the defence forces in a refurbished apartment building in South Perth. The unique program has been made possible through a partnership with Hancock Prospecting, which has purchased an existing property to support the needs of WA veterans. Mrs Gina Rinehart AO, Executive Chairman of Hancock Prospecting, was named “Honorary Guardian of Veterans” by Soldier On this year for her long-term support of veterans. Under her leadership Hancock Prospecting and its related companies, including Roy Hill, drive the opportunity for veteran employment within each of these businesses.Read more
Wabtec and leading iron ore miner Roy Hill, majority-owned by Hancock Prospecting, have debuted the world's first 100% battery-powered, heavy-haul locomotive for mainline service. Hancock Prospecting Group operations chief executive Gerhard Veldsman commented on the debut. "The foresight of our Executive Chairman, Mrs Gina Rinehart AO, has been instrumental in establishing an environment in which we can successfully leverage the ingenuity of our people alongside key partners like Wabtec to transform our rail and mining operations through next-generation technologies," he said."The FLXdrive locomotive represents not only a first for the Pilbara, but a first for the mining industry. "The technological smarts that have gone into the development of the loco makes it well suited for our rail network. "By using regenerative braking, it will charge its battery on the 344km (214 miles) downhill run from our mine to port facility and use that stored energy to return to the mine, starting the cycle all over again.Read more
Gina Rinehart has broken ground on a $20 million renovation project at Roy Hill’s headquarters in west Perth. Reflecting Rinehart’s commitment to ongoing breast cancer research, the building will be pink themed and inspired by the Sturt desert pea. “We love our firsts at Roy and our design will be the first of its kind in Australia, indeed the world,” Rinehart said.Read more
Soil has been turned at the site of our new state-of-the-art corporate headquarters in West Perth.Read more
Gina Rinehart has turned the first soil at a $20 million project to renovate the future West Perth headquarters of iron ore miner Roy Hill Holdings. The office building at 53 Ord Street could house up to 600 staff for the big mining company, which is embarking on expansion plans at its multi-billion-dollar Pilbara export operations. It was revealed in October the City of Perth had signed off on planning approval for the site, which will be themed on the red Australian wildflower the Sturt desert pea. The flower and the pink theme reflect Roy Hill executive chairman Gina Rinehart’s long commitment to breast cancer research and support.Read more
As the minister overseeing the process, he has been unable to effect any real change in seven years, so there’s little confidence that change will happen quickly. According to the CCIWA, there are about $381 billion of investment projects in the pipeline that are yet to receive environmental approval that could create an estimated 106,000 jobs. Of those the CCIWA surveyed, 40 per cent were at risk of abandoning their project due to longer-than expected approval times. As outlined in the WA CCI’s Green Web report, businesses have described working with the State Environmental Protection Authority as “laborious and frustrating” with “ever-changing guidelines and shifting goal posts”. Currently, the normal expectation for a mine to come online is eight to 10 years, double traditional expectations of four to five years.Read more