Pauline Hanson

This year’s Mother of the Year is… Pauline Hanson

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has been crowned this year’s Mother of the Year by a Christian organisation called ‘Family Voice’. Hanson is a mother to four children; Steven, Tony, Adam and Lee and has worked in politics since 1994. She’s widely considered a controversial politician, largely because her political party, One Nation, railed against government immigration and multicultural policies.
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Pauline Hanson is launching a cartoon series in the mould of ‘South Park’

Just when you thought 2021 couldn’t get any stranger, here comes Pauline Hanson with her own South Park-inspired cartoon show. As reported by The Australian, the One Nation leader is launching Please Explain, a 20-episode series that Hanson wants to use to reach out to young voters (18-35). It supposedly cost upwards of six figures to make too.
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The Guardian

Labor questions whether Coalition let Pauline Hanson take credit for $8m grant to Rockhampton hospice

Labor has questioned whether the federal government allowed Pauline Hanson to announce an $8m grant in Rockhampton as part of a deal with One Nation. The Morning Bulletin reported the $8m grant for the Fitzroy Community Hospice on 28 August, quoting Hanson saying she had secured funding and that until she lobbied the federal treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, no local parliamentarians had done likewise.
Sporting News

Matildas slammed by Pauline Hanson for Aboriginal flag protest

Controversial politician Pauline Hanson has criticised the Matildas' Aboriginal flag protest, releasing a statement accusing the team of using the Olympics as a platform for 'division'. The Matildas posed with the Aboriginal flag prior to their 2-1 win against New Zealand in the women's football at Tokyo 2020 on Wednesday...
The Guardian

Pauline Hanson gets own birthday wrong in bizarre superannuation debate

Pauline Hanson has misstated the date of her own birthday in parliament, causing confusion during a debate about the government’s proposed superannuation legislation. The Senate on Thursday passed a trio of superannuation bills, which will block most underperforming funds from recruiting new members, and “staple” workers to one fund to prevent the creation of duplicate accounts.

Pauline Hanson puts her foot down over government's changes to the BOOT

Pauline Hanson has told the government it should drop its proposed watering down of the Better Off Overall Test (BOOT) if it wants One Nation to continue negotiations on the industrial relation legislation. The government needs three of the five crossbench Senate votes to pass its legislation, which contains a raft of reforms. One Nation holds two votes. In a letter to Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter delivered late Monday, Hanson said that while she and her party’s industrial relations spokesman Malcolm Roberts were available “for an open discussion” on reform, “it makes the task difficult if the Government maintains its plan...