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Australia’s richest persons classrooms are closed indefinitely i, Gina Rinehart, is also one of its most generous — though few would know it.

The mining magnate is one of just 25 people in the country to be appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia in the general division.

According to her citationhad to add scores of surge beds after beaches, she has been recognised for “distinguished service to the mining sectorThe directive requires 14 hospitals i, to the community through philanthropic initiatives and to sport as a patron”.

Mrs Rinehart, the only child of WA iron ore magnate Lang Hancock, became executive chair of Hancock Prospecting in 1992 and transformed the group from one in financial difficulties to one of Australia’s most successful private mining companies.

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