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Pauline Hanson, In Her Own Words

Queensland Senator Pauline Hanson and Western Australian Senator Peter Georgiou hosted a special members evening on Wednesday the 14th of March in Perth along with One Nation state members of parliament Collin Tincknell MLC, Charles Smith MLC and Robin Scott MLC. 640 more words

Australian Politics

Exclusive APRadio interview with sacked senator Rod Culleton

Harry Palmer speaks candidly with controversially sacked Senator Rodney Culleton about his rise, fall and pending resurrection in the Australian parliament. How he placed the Senate and High Court squarely behind their created hurdles thought to silence this patriotic, independent politician leading the charge to restore your parliament to the people. 27 more words

Farmers

Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony Deeply Controversial For Everyone Called Pauline Hanson

The Commonwealth Games’ opening ceremony has excited great controversy among all Australians named Pauline Hanson, with one Pauline Hanson taking to Sky News to express outrage at the limited opportunities to generate cheap publicity with feigned outrage. 344 more words

The UnAustralian

STUNNING ABORIGINAL ART AT REVEALED MARKET

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No doubt Pauline Hanson would not agree with the wonderful, wonderful REVEALED Aboriginal art market and exhibition at the Fremantle Arts Centre… 89 more words

Western Australia

นมผงทารกขาดแคลนคุณนาย Hanson มาเอง "เด็กออสซี่ต้องมาก่อนเด็กจีน"

4 เม.ย. 2018 เมื่อช่วงปิดเทอมใหญ่ Michelle นักศึกษาอยู่ในความดูแลของจิงโจ้นิวส์เดินทางกลับไปเยี่ยมบ้านที่เมืองจีน ของฝากสองสิ่งที่เธอต้องนำกลับไปด้วยก็คือไวน์ Penfolds 407 ไปฝากบิดาและนมผงเด็กไม่ได้ไปฝากใคร 29 more words

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Hanson’s horse-trading - » The Australian Independent Media Network

One of the most refreshing comments made by newly appointed Senator Tim Storer was that he would judge each piece of legislation on its merits and would not be horse-trading.

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Politicians in the public eye

Politics is something that is constantly brought to our attention – whether we like it or not. Most of us have formed some sort of opinion, whether we’re loyal to a particular party, a swinging voter or just because we have to vote. 498 more words

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