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Gina Rinehart: Australia’s richest person’s Whitsundays Christmas party bombshell reveal

Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart, reveals how she once lived on “low electricity” in a Christmas speech, instructing her staff to send Uber drivers a simple message about mining.

  • Gina Rinehart has revealed that she once lived with ‘low electricity’ during a speech
  • She spoke at the Christmas party in the Whitsundays for Operation Roy Hill.
  • He also urged employees to share a message about the benefits of mining.
  • Ms. Rinehart joked about attending the theme event dressed as a belly dancer.

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Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart, revealed she once lived with “low electricity” in a Christmas party speech urging employees to give their Uber drivers a simple message about mining.

Ms Rinehart delivered the speech at her iron ore mining operation Roy Hill’s Christmas party held on Hayman Island in Queensland’s tropical Whitsundays on 3 December.

He used the speech to stress the importance of the mining sector as ‘truly essential’ to Australia’s power generation, before the surprise comment that he had previously lived without reliable power.

“When you think of all the things we need electricity for, air conditioning, televisions, refrigerators, washing machines, cooking, lighting, hospitals, I for one would not want to live with little electricity, I would prefer reliable electricity,” he said. she said.

Gina Rinehart Australias Richest Persons Whitsundays Christmas Party Bombshell Reveal

Australia’s richest person, mining magnate Gina Rinehart (centre), revealed she once lived on “low electricity” in a Christmas speech at Roy Hill’s Christmas party on December 3.

“I lived for years on part-time electricity from the station’s generator, but I don’t recommend you like that.”

Ms Rinehart also urged those at the event to “scream together everywhere” about the “great contribution” the mining industry makes to Australia and the Australian people, including getting the message across to Uber drivers.

“We can’t take our industry for granted, so it’s important that we keep reminding our family and friends, our taxi drivers and Uber drivers, dentists and doctors, teachers and pollies that the government should reduce, not add, regulations, costs and onerous charges”. which hurt and delayed the investment,’ he said.

Ms Rinehart said the Christmas party was her “favorite” Roy Hill event of the year, but admitted she had “some trouble” choosing an outfit for the Arabian theme and joked about the proposal to dress as a belly dancer.

‘The idea of ​​all the black or belly dancers, well, me in the latter, no! Definitely not!’ she teased.

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1670290548 229 Gina Rinehart Australias Richest Persons Whitsundays Christmas Party Bombshell Reveal

Ms Rinehart (centre) urged employees at the event to “scream together everywhere” about the “great contribution” the mining industry makes to Australia, including getting the message across to drivers, taxi drivers, dentists, doctors and Uber teachers.

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1670290549 514 Gina Rinehart Australias Richest Persons Whitsundays Christmas Party Bombshell Reveal

Ms Rinehart (left) called the Christmas party her “favorite” Roy Hill gathering of the year and joked with her colleagues about dressing as a belly dancer to match the theme of the evening.

The Roy Hill mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia is the largest asset held by Ms Rinehart’s company, Hancock Prospecting.

Ms Rinehart made headlines in October after she signed a $15 million endorsement deal with Australia’s national netball team, the Diamonds, after some members of the team indicated they were uncomfortable wearing the Diamonds logo. the company.

The players gave their support to indigenous teammate Donnell Wallam, who requested permission not to use the Hancock Prospecting logo.

The player criticism stemmed from comments made by Mrs Rinehart’s late father, Lang Hancock, who called for the sterilization of Aboriginal people in a 1984 television interview.

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