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Pauline Hanson discusses electricity prices with Tasmanian senate candidate Matthew Stephen

I'm never one to sit on the fence when it comes to my politics, but I'm happy to do it on the farm. I'm here with Matthew Stephen for Tasmania - Pauline Hanson's One Nation, our Senate candidate.Electricity prices are killing business here in Australia, and I've long said the dairy industry is doing it tough enough without further increases to power under Labor and the Liberals. I've spoken to a number of businesses this week who've simply said they'll have to look at laying off staff if power costs keep going up.Sounds crazy, but it's true - higher electricity prices are killing jobs and family budgets.We must have a mix of renewables and coal-fired power. Don't let the major parties keep pulling the wool over your eyes when it comes to coal.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Coal #Tasmania #Burnie #Smithton #Hobart #MatthewStephen

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Pauline on listening tour of Tasmania with Senate Candidate

I’m never one to sit on the fence when it comes to my politics, but I’m happy to do it on the farm. I’m here with Matthew Stephen for Tasmania – Pauline Hanson’s One Nation, our Senate candidate.

Electricity prices are killing business here in Australia, and I’ve long said the dairy industry is doing it tough enough without further increases to power under Labor and the Liberals.

I’ve spoken to a number of businesses this week who’ve simply said they’ll have to look at laying off staff if power costs keep going up.

Sounds crazy, but it’s true – higher electricity prices are killing jobs and family budgets.

We must have a mix of renewables and coal-fired power. Don’t let the major parties keep pulling the wool over your eyes when it comes to coal.

Pauline Hanson take a road trip across Tasmania to speak with locals

ON THE ROAD AGAIN 🎵After a great get together with locals at the Top of the Town Hotel last night in Burnie and a few early morning meetings today, we're on the road to Smithton.You'll catch Matthew Stephens and me at the Time Out Cafe at 1:00pm today if you'd like to come along and say g'day.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #MatthewStephen #Tasmania #Burnie #Smithton

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, March 4, 2019

After a great get together with locals at the Top of the Town Hotel in Burnie and a few early morning meetings, we’re on the road to Smithton.

The worlds largest solar installation to take over prime agricultural land

As you're all aware, I've called for a Senate Inquiry into solar panels here in Australia. You can read the press release I put up this morning.I've been out inspecting what will be the largest solar installation in the world, established by what appears to be the Chinese Government and approved on prime agricultural land just outside Brisbane. Not only is it taking up perfectly good cattle country, but the panels will be installed in a well-known hail zone that flows into the Brisbane River and into the country's 3rd largest city's drinking supply.If cadmium and lead are as toxic as I'm led to believe, why would we risk an environmental catastrophe by positioning the worlds largest solar plant within close proximity to the Brisbane river? Wouldn't you think these heavy metals would leach into the water supply of 2 million people?I don't think the council has given this adequate consideration and I will be asking for the Mayor to give me a 'Please Explain'.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Solar #Kilcoy #Harlin

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Beef Kicked Out For Solar Farms

As you’re all aware, I’ve called for a Senate Inquiry into solar panels here in Australia. You can read the press release I put up this morning.

I’ve been out inspecting what will be the largest solar installation in the world, established by what appears to be the Chinese Government and approved on prime agricultural land just outside Brisbane.

Not only is it taking up perfectly good cattle country, but the panels will be installed in a well-known hail zone that flows into the Brisbane River and into the country’s 3rd largest city’s drinking supply.

If cadmium and lead are as toxic as I’m led to believe, why would we risk an environmental catastrophe by positioning the worlds largest solar plant within close proximity to the Brisbane river? Wouldn’t you think these heavy metals would leach into the water supply of 2 million people?

I don’t think the council has given this adequate consideration and I will be asking for the Mayor to give me a ‘Please Explain’.