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Pauline Hanson visits flood affected Cloncurry & Julia Creek

The heartbreaking sight of cattle lying dead in paddocks off the back of floods in Western Queensland is just indescribable.I've just been through a briefing with the Mayor of Cloncurry and I'm confident the army, council, volunteers, businesses and federal government are doing a great job. I'm only just seeing the true impact the torrential rain has caused these rural communities.If you'd like to help, there are three organisations the mayor has recommended. GIVIT - Blaze Aid - Farm AidI'll keep you posted.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #JuliaCreek #Cloncurry

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, February 18, 2019

Pauline ditches Canberra for flood affected farmers

The heartbreaking sight of cattle lying dead in paddocks off the back of floods in Western Queensland is just indescribable.

I’ve just been through a briefing with the Mayor of Cloncurry and I’m confident the army, council, volunteers, businesses and federal government are doing a great job.

I’m only just seeing the true impact the torrential rain has caused these rural communities.

If you’d like to help, there are three organisations the mayor has recommended.

GIVIT – Blaze Aid – Farm Aid

Pauline Hanson wants damaged rail line used as cattle fencing

I HAVE A BETTER IDEA ON HOW TO GET FENCING MATERIAL FOR FLOOD AFFECTED FARMERSThe railway line throughout parts of north-west Queensland that was washed away and destroyed during recent floods is set for the scrap yard – but I have a better use for it.I'd like to see the Queensland State Government donate it to farmers so they can cut it into post lengths to help get fences back up and farmers can get on their feet again.I took a lot of these aerial shots with the drone and sent them through to Sunrise for the update with Sam.If you can lend a hand to people who have suffered, visit: http://www.givit.org.au#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #JuliaCreek

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Wednesday, February 20, 2019

I HAVE A BETTER IDEA ON HOW TO GET FENCING MATERIAL FOR FLOOD AFFECTED FARMERS

The railway line throughout parts of north-west Queensland that was washed away and destroyed during recent floods is set for the scrap yard – but I have a better use for it.

I’d like to see the Queensland State Government donate it to farmers so they can cut it into post lengths to help get fences back up and farmers can get on their feet again.

I took a lot of these aerial shots with the drone and sent them through to Sunrise for the update with Sam.

If you can lend a hand to people who have suffered, visit: http://www.givit.org.au

Over the last few days, I've been able to see first hand the devastation in North West Queensland where flood waters…

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Wednesday, February 20, 2019