Celebrating World Milk Day 1st June 2021

World Milk Day is not only a celebration of milk, but a celebration of the hardworking Aussie dairy communities. Dairy farming families take pride in feeding and nourishing our country. Australia’s dairy farmers have been proudly producing the dairy foods we love every day for almost 200 years.

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HeartKids Gala Ball

The organisation’s purpose is to help those affected and their families to lead the most fulfilling life possible. HeartKid’s support is a commitment for life, because people with congenital heart disease face unique challenges for their entire life.
Hancock Prospecting and Executive Chairman Mrs. Gina Rinehart have a long-term special relationship with HeartKids, and wish the organisation all the best with their ongoing endeavours in helping those affected by this disease.

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Path of Hope Gala

Path of Hope was launched in 2013, as a collaboration between the Rotary Club of Perth and the Salvation Army, with a vision to break the intergenerational cycle of family and domestic violence, by mobilising the organisational capacity of Rotarians to support the Salvation Army, agencies and services that provide safety and empowerment to women and their children who are escaping family and domestic violence.
Hancock Prospecting and Roy Hill have been the major sponsors of the Gala since inception, with sponsorship coming after Executive Chairman Mrs. Gina Rinehart’s earlier support of other initiatives to help actions against domestic violence.

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Ore tax props up a nation

WA’s booming iron ore industry contributed nearly one-fifth of total company tax paid across the whole of Australia last year — about $15 billion — keeping the nation on its feet in the face of a devastating pandemic. And that does not include the $7.6b in royalties that flowed into State Government coffers in 2019-20, contributing to a record $3.1b surplus and prompting ratings agency S&P to label the WA economy the strongest in the world.

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Interview with Li Cunxin, Artistic Director, Queensland Ballet.

Li Cunxin AO is Queensland Ballet’s Artistic Director, commencing with Season 2013. Having led a long and diverse career as a dancer, Li brings his passion for ballet, devotion to artistic excellence and international reputation and networks to Queensland Ballet’s rich 60-year history. He is the Company’s fifth Artistic Director and the first curatorial Artistic Director.

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Pilbara iron ore powering Australia’s economy

Minister Pitt said the resources sector and exports have helped to underpin Australia’s continued economic growth throughout the COVID-19 downturn, accounting for around 10 per cent of Australia’s GDP and directly employing around 262,000 Australian men and women, mostly in regional areas.

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