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MRI BOOST FOR WA

MORE MRI's FOR AUSTRALIA | Right now, there are more than 30-thousand people in Kalgoorlie-Boulder who have to travel to Perth by car, bus, train or plane in order to get an MRI scan.If you don’t already know, that’s a 600 kilometre journey-one way- just to get an MRI.The State LABOR Government had already set aside three million dollars to buy the machine and install it at Kalgoorlie Regional Health Campus. But guess what?The state LABOR government is now saying it will take up to TWO YEARS before the machine is installed. How is THAT saving lives? #AusPols #OneNation #PeterGeorgiou

Posted by Peter Georgiou - One Nation Senator for Western Australia on Monday, November 12, 2018

Peter Georgiou Slams Lack of WA MRI’s

Right now, there are more than 30-thousand people in Kalgoorlie-Boulder who have to travel to Perth by car, bus, train or plane in order to get an MRI scan.

If you don’t already know, that’s a 600 kilometre journey-one way- just to get an MRI.

The State LABOR Government had already set aside three million dollars to buy the machine and install it at Kalgoorlie Regional Health Campus.

But guess what?

The state LABOR government is now saying it will take up to TWO YEARS before the machine is installed.

How is THAT saving lives?

Legalise Vaping – Stop Using Smokers as a Cash Cow

Peter Georgiou Campaigns For Legalizing Vaping

DID YOU KNOW NICOTINE VAPING IS ILLEGAL?Peter Georgiou – One Nation Senator for Western Australia, delivered a speech on the floor of Parliament supporting the legalisation of vaping to help smokers quit and slammed the Government using smokers as a never-ending cash cow.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party on Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Peter Georgiou – One Nation Senator for Western Australia, delivered a speech on the floor of Parliament supporting the legalisation of vaping to help smokers quit and slammed the Government using smokers as a never-ending cash cow.

From 2001 until now, the number of Australians who smoke has fallen from 20% to 12.8%. Yet in the same period the government tax revenue from tobacco has exploded from $4.5 billion to more than $12 billion this year and is set to jump to $17 billion in 2019-2020. Some smokers joke that there will be no one left to pay for the roads when they’re gone and you can see why.

At the same time, vaping liquid nicotine is illegal yet it has been shown to be an incredibly effective stepping stone in getting cigarette smokers to quit. Senator Georgiou asked why this effective treatment method was illegal in Australia given all of the research and evidence from overseas.

Hanson hits the high seas on operation sovereign borders

On Thursday, Senator Hanson neared the end of her stay with the Navy.

“It’s been a great couple of days off the Northern Territory on board HMAS Bathurst as part of the ADF Parliamentary Program.”

HMAS Bathurst and her 12 sister Armidale Class Patrol Boats are the navy’s principal contribution to the nation’s fisheries protection, immigration , customs and drug law enforcement operations.

“The patrol boats work with Operation Sovereign Borders and I’m here to see how our troops keep our country safe.”

Policeman remains in coma on police remembrance day

Police Remembrance Day hit and run tragedy.

Today a young police officer is in a critical condition, fighting for his life after allegedly being run down by a 16 year old, serial car thief.Infuriatingly, the alleged driver had just been allowed to walk free from court. Today is also police remembrance day, a day to reflect and honour the deeds of the brave men and women of our police force.So please reflect on everything the men and women of our police force have done and the way they risk their lives to keep us safe and please keep this brave young man in your thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Thursday, September 27, 2018

Today a young police officer is in a critical condition, fighting for his life after allegedly being run down by a 16 year old, serial car thief.

Infuriatingly, the alleged driver had just been allowed to walk free from court.

Today is also police remembrance day, a day to reflect and honour the deeds of the brave men and women of our police force.

So please reflect on everything the men and women of our police force have done and the way they risk their lives to keep us safe and please keep this brave young man in your thoughts and prayers.

The Queensland Police Union, after consultation with Peter McAulay’s colleagues, have established a bank account for those wishing to make a donation for the benefit of Constable Peter McAulay.

All donations will go directly to Constable McAulay.

Donations can be made at either QBANK or any Westpac branch.

For those wishing to donate, the details for transferring funds are as follows:

QBANK:
Peter McAulay Fund
BSB: 704 052
ACCOUNT NO: 100188155

GST BOOST

GST OVERHAUL | Finally Malcolm Turnbull and his team listened to my calls on behalf of all West Australians for a FAIRER share of GST.It's come but at what cost ??I'd love to hear from you and your thoughts on this too!#GSTForWA #OneNation #PeterGeorgiou #Auspol #WApol

Posted by Peter Georgiou - One Nation Senator for Western Australia on Thursday, July 5, 2018

Senator Georgiou and WA Win on GST

One Nation Senator for Western Australia Peter Georgiou has cautiously offered a luke-warm response to the state’s 4.7 billion dollar Goods and Services Tax windfall following the long awaited findings from the Productivity Commission’s review into the GST saga.
“Being a passionate advocate for GST reform I am pleased Treasurer Scott Morrison has listened to my calls on behalf of all Western Australians for a better and bigger slice of the GST pie” he said.
“This has been long overdue and finally it’s good to see that after eight years Western Australia can expect to see some GST justice!” he added.
“That money will allow the state government to use the funds for schools, hospitals and road upgrades and other infrastructure as needed”.
The Senator also added that in reality, the Commonwealth was doing the minimum as a step toward genuine GST reform.
He said it was clear from the PC report, Western Australia generated more state-sourced revenue than any other state and as a result had been penalised for its achievements over the last decade.
“So what Scott Morrison and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull are offering WA is at the very least, what this great state deserves”.
“At the same time I am concerned the government will be forced to dip into its own coffers to the tune of billions of dollars to “ensure no state is worse off”.
“I remain unconvinced about the Commonwealth’s desire or intent to pay off the nation’s rapidly rising debt and have concerns about its budgetary and fiscal management skills”.