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Primary producers to suffer

20 Mar 2017

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Gosford Anglican Church - Statement

15 Aug 2016

Following the weekend’s protest by members of the Party for Freedom who walked into the Gosford Anglican Church wearing Islamic garments and playing the Islamic call to prayer, the group has now thrown attention onto One Nation party leader, Pauline Hanson, through showing their support for her in the way of publishing a picture of the newly elected Senator for Queensland on their Facebook page. Read More

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Turnbull VS Pauline

01 Jun 2016

Pauline Hanson has hit back at Malcolm Turnbull after he said the former political would not be welcome back to Parliament. Read More

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AEC Risk Record Informal Votes

28 Apr 2016

Update (20th June): Ray Hadley has received clarification from the Electoral Commissioner who has stated that a '1' vote only above the line in the Senate will be counted as a formal vote. However, this information has not been passed onto AEC staffers who are telling voters at prepoll that they MUST vote 1-6 above the line. Due to staff not being trained adequately in the new legislation, One Nation is now requesting that people vote 1-6 above the line so that their vote can be counted. We believe that the major parties have instructed the AEC to tell people vote 1-6 as a way of bringing the 'preferences' back to them, rather than the vote 'exhausting'. We request that you leave the major parties out of your votes in the Senate. Please download your 'How To Vote' guide and take it to the polling booth with you. Read More

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Islam Policy released

26 Apr 2016

Australia is a country built on Christian values. Our laws, way of life and customs enforced in the Australian Constitution were based on a secular society. Secularism is asserting the right to be free from religious rule and teachings or, in a state declared to be neutral on matters of belief, from the imposition by government or religion or religious practices upon the people. Read More

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Farmer Who Took On ANZ, Takes On The Senate

17 Apr 2016

Rodney Culleton has been endorsed as the lead Senate candidate for Pauline Hanson’s One Nation in Western Australia. Read More

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AFP Counter Terrorism Officer stands for Blair, with One Nation.

14 Apr 2016

Former Federal Police Officer, Troy Aggett joins the line up of candidates for Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party ahead of this year’s federal election. Read More

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Candidate for Capricornia

08 Apr 2016

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation has endorsed Keren Armstrong for the Central Queensland seat of Capricornia. Read More

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