Is Gina Rinehart planning to use Fairfax to push her climate scepticism? | Leo Hickman
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Is Gina Rinehart planning to use Fairfax to push her climate scepticism? | Leo Hickman

London : United Kingdom | Jun 27, 2012 at 8:14 AM PDT
Source: The Guardian
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Gina Rinehart, head of Hancock Prospecting, has upped her stake in Fairfax Media and is fighting for seats on the board in what is seen as a growing battle for editorial control of the newspapers. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images Rinehart Australia's richest person, who owns vast mining reserves... FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian
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The Fairfax family founded Fairfax Media in 1841 when they bought the Sydney Morning Herald
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