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Pauline Hanson says couch potatoes should help flood and drought affected farmers

SMALL TOWNS ARE IN NEED OF DOCTORS, YET OUR GOVERNMENT HAVE GIVEN 1 DOCTOR FOR EVERY 8 ILLEGAL, ECONOMIC MIGRANTThe priorities of the two major parties in this country is all wrong.Here I am in small rural Australian towns where they struggle to get medical support from our state and federal governments, but when it comes to refugees or illegal, economic migrants, they give them everything they want.Things must change.

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

Nauru Gets 1 Doctor per 8 People, Small Australian Towns Get None

SMALL TOWNS ARE IN NEED OF DOCTORS, YET OUR GOVERNMENT HAVE GIVEN 1 DOCTOR FOR EVERY 8 ILLEGAL, ECONOMIC MIGRANT

The priorities of the two major parties in this country is all wrong.

Here Pauline is in small rural Australian towns where they struggle to get medical support from our state and federal governments, but when it comes to refugees or illegal, economic migrants, they give them everything they want.

Things must change.

Hanson Scores 1600 Apprenticeships for Regional Australia

Media Release – Senator Pauline Hanson

AFTER years of arduous talks with the Coalition, the Morrison Government is today anticipated to announce a $60 million dollar, One Nation inspired Regional Australia Apprenticeship Program, which will see 1600 apprenticeship positions made available, just weeks before high school leavers finish grade 12.

One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson said, “I’ve worked hard for many years to see this pilot program come to fruition and it’s pleasing to see Australian school kids, in regional parts of this country, will be able to approach the local panel beater, hairdresser, electrician, or builder, just to name a few occupations, and ask them to take them on as an apprentice with very little cost to the business.”

“There are 65 different apprenticeship opportunities as a result of today’s announcement and parents should be encouraging their kids to consider a trade instead of a university course.”

The pilot apprenticeship program will see employers paid by the Federal Government 75% of the first year’s wage, followed by 50% in the second and 25% in the third year.

“Businesses I’ve spoken to recognise the need to train more tradesmen and women, but it’s tough in small business right now and training costs and wages have been a major barrier,” Senator Hanson said.

“I understand this because unlike the majority of politicians in parliament I have had the hands on experience of employing and dealing with apprentices while owning and operating a plumbing business with my husband.”

“One Nation has removed the burden of cost to businesses, but more importantly, created a pathway for training Aussie kids in the trades that Governments have given to foreign workers as a result of domestic skill shortages.”

“For years both major parties have neglected Australian apprenticeships in favour of importing labour from overseas through the use of 457 visas and so called free trade agreements, One Nation is determined to put the focus back on Australian apprenticeships and Australian jobs.

The pilot program will focus on the National Skills Needs List (NSNL) and will be centred on regional apprenticeship opportunities, to ensure small towns retain their youth and decrease youth unemployment.

“Regional Australia have some of the highest youth unemployment numbers, this is why the decision was made to have my apprenticeship pilot program target these areas and I’m hopeful this initiative  will start to turn things around,” Senator Hanson said.

Senator Hanson hopes the program will also be made available to family businesses, where parents can employ their kids to help keep businesses alive in regional communities.

“Often parents like the thought of passing their business onto their kids one day, so it’s important that if their kids want to learn the trade, the program is made available to family members also,” Senator Hanson  said.

The Regional Australia Apprenticeship Program is set to be announced by the Minister for Small and Family Business, Skills and Vocational Education later today (October 31) in Wagga Wagga.

Senator Hanson hopes that once the pilot proves successful, future Governments will expand the program to ensure apprenticeship numbers and skilled labour increase across Australia.

Pauline Hits the Dirt Road Again

No stranger to red dust, Pauline Hanson has hit the regions again in an impromptu tour of regional Queensland. Making her way to Capricornia, inland and north from there, Pauline has yet again hit the towns that most politicians can’t be bothered to spend the time at.

Her first stop was to Yeppoon, the beachside Central Queensland town 8 hours north of Brisbane. While there she went live on Sky News and had a few words to say about foreign ownership and the Paris Agreement.

Stop Foreign Ownership of Australia

One Nation is for an Australia owned by Australians. Our next door neighbours in New Zealand have just banned foreign home ownership.Yet, our government still allows our ports, power, railways, water and public assets to be sold off to the highest overseas bidder. The madness has to stop!https://www.onenation.org.au/policies/foreign-ownership/

Posted by Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party on Monday, October 22, 2018

Cut power prices | Businesses shutting down

The United Nation's Paris Agreement does absolutely nothing to help Aussie households pay for power bills and household expenses.The time to pull out is now!

Posted by Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party on Monday, October 22, 2018

Pauline also dropped in to see Stephen Andrew, One Nation MP for Mirani at Sarina as she made her way north.

From there Pauline visited Moranbah where she stayed in one of the mining camps, something the miners were surprised and very happy to see.

It’s been another great night on the road throughout Central Queensland. I stayed in camp last night with the miners…

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Wednesday, October 24, 2018

At her stop in at Glenden, Pauline had a few choice words for Scott Morrison after learning of the Turnbull/Bali fiasco.

Pauline Hanson thinks Malcolm Turnbull shouldn't represent Australia at Bali Climate Change Summit

Scott Morrison has chosen to send Malcolm Turnbull to a Climate Change Summit in Bali, to represent Australia.Just a few weeks ago, Malcolm Turnbull described former PM's Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott as "miserable, miserable ghosts" who should have left Parliament the moment they lost the top job.Perhaps it's time Malcolm Turnbull took some of his own advice and stopped making a miserable, miserable ghost of himself.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #MalcolmTurnbull #ScottMorrison #TonyAbbott

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, October 23, 2018

From Glenden Pauline visited Collinsville where one of the largest solar farms in the state is. While there Pauline reiterated her stance that while solar can exist, it shouldn’t be subsidized and we need coal-fired power stations for baseload energy when the sun isn’t shining.

Pauline Hanson visits a 2000 acre solar farm in Collinsville, North Queensland

There's no denying solar has its place in a modern mix of energy throughout the country and the world, but the reality is, it doesn't work of a night and we don't have the battery technology to store the nations power needs.Who knows what the technology future will bring, but in the meantime, I'm still the strongest advocate of building new, low emission, coal-fired power stations to ensure we have adequate base-load power at affordable prices for domestic and commercial purposes.If the Liberals and Labor continue spruiking these unrealistic renewable energy targets, politicians will send this country broke and you'll see even higher disconnection rates than current levels.#Auspol #OneNation #OnTheRoad #PaulineHanson #Collinsville #FNQ #NorthQueensland #Capricornia

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Thursday, October 25, 2018

Pauline’s red dirt regional tour continues as she gets around to speak to Australians about what matters to them so One Nation can take the fight to Canberra.