Rosemary Moulden – Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Candidate for Maranoa
Rosemary Anne Moulden was born in on June 9th 1954. She lives in the rural area of Murrays Bridge on the Condamine River near Warwick, in the electorate of Maranoa, QLD.
Rosemary assists her husband in farming and property management, also dividing her time caring for an elderly parent and frequently caring for their grandchildren.
Rosemary has a wealth of life experience derived from being an expat. She was elected a chairwoman of a sports club, as a volunteer at an orphanage. She managed a Natural Health Clinic and has seen firsthand how the UNHCR resettles refugees as a past assistant.
She advocates for Sovereignty and National Security and the application of a balanced and prudent Immigration policy to guarantee continued prosperity for Australia.
Rosemary relocated to Australia and completed study various areas of Health Management. She also worked in Aged Care as a Registered Nurse (RN) and developed a cattle-breeding farm.
These activities gave Rosemary a special insight into problems farmers face.
“It can be hard enough keeping a farm running when everyone leaves you alone, but having to comply with endless red and green tape is grinding our farmers into the ground.”
Rosemary has seen the massive difficulties Water, Biosecurity and Vegetation legislation is causing primary producers, plus the increasing cost of licensing fees, energy prices and household costs that are forcing families off the land.
While running a small Homoeopathic business in Warwick, Rosemary also saw how the same type of government bureaucrats are killing small businesses in Australia. Poor health outcomes across many groups combined with high rates of drug addiction add to the complex aspects of rural life with inadequate resources to address these problems.
As Chairwoman for Warwick Rotary and Vice President of Zonta, Rosemary’s special focus was on Youth Programs and Women’s Help initiatives. Rosemary was also privileged to receive “Paul Harris Fellow Award” from Rotary in 2009 for significant contributions to the organization.
She was also invited to become a “Fellow” for her contribution to Homoeopathic Medicine from the British Institute of Homoeopathy. Rosemary’s passion for politics and community service was rekindled by her involvement with the fallout of the 2017 enactment of the “Biosecurity Act” which devastated primary producers in the area.
“During that involvement I saw what politics should be about. Talking and listening directly to people about their issues is the only way to get effective solutions to the issues Australia is facing.”
Rosemary aspires to apply One Nation’s common sense approach and practical policies with determination to achieve unique solutions for the area of Maranoa and a positive future for All Australians.
Rosemary believes Australians deserve good policies and better politicians and promises to deliver both with Pauline Hanson’s One Nation.
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