[Video] Business right across the country are doing it tough so tomorrow I'm
Business right across the country are doing it tough, so tomorrow I'm going to go back to my grass roots and take over the Causeway Lake Kiosk, Fish & Chip shop to help them get back on track after some huge electricity bills and a slump in the regions economy.
Come and join me from 11am at Causeway Lake for a special Pauline Hanson scallop, fish & chips and let's help get this small business back on track.
A big shout out to all of the small business operators across the country. This country wouldn't be the same without you all.
I left a drenched Brisbane this morning and arrived in sunny North Queensland this afternoon to come and speak to the locals about the funding cuts to the Mareeba Hospital and the community at the Mareeba Heritage Coffee House.
I’m off to Mossman later today, so if you see me, come and say g’day.
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For too long Labor, the Greens and even the Coalition, have been using climate change as a political football. Using it to push for their own radical green agendas without a thought to how these disgusting policies are crippling many vulnerable Australians.
The cost of electricity keeps rising, manufacturing is dying, more pressure than ever is being placed on our farmers and it is costing us...
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LET'S SPEAK FRANKLY ABOUT PREFERENCES IN THE QUEENSLAND ELECTION.
I've always tried educating people on how our state and federal political systems work, because let's be honest, there's a lot of Australian's who aren't completely aware of the facts when it comes to voting.
The Queensland election is upon us and pre-polling booths are open.
Yesterday, as a matter of public urgency, I successfully asked the Senate to acknowledge the need to restore the international competitiveness of Australian manufacturing by reducing electricity prices.
If you are able, please take the time to watch my speech and let me know what you think of the ideas I have put forward. I'm always interested in listening to what you have to say.
I think it is pathetic how Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten have continued to run a protection racket for members of their own party who may not be eligible to sit in Parliament.
One Nation has said all along that every politician with question marks over their legitimacy should be required to show proof of their eligibility and that is why we have repeatedly called for a full audit of our...
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