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Pauline Hanson asks "Where is the drought relief money?"

I’ve been out in Roma for the last two days speaking with farmers, businesses, the council, and tourism operators from across the western parts of the state.The question on peoples lips is, “Where is the drought relief money” and “why is it so difficult for these genuine cases to get their hands on it”?There are two stories I heard today that I’d like to share. They’re extremely upsetting, but they’re real.Our politicians and the Australian public must know that the money is not reaching the people who need it during these desperate times. The Government and those tasked with the job need to lift their game because this is terrible!Call my office if you need assistance and my staff and I will do our best to get you the help you need. (07) 3221 7644#PaulineHanson #OneNation #DroughtRelief #Donations #NoMoneyReachingTheNeedy #SuicidePrevention

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Friday, November 2, 2018

Farmers Suiciding – Where Is The Drought Money?

I’ve been out in Roma for the last two days speaking with farmers, businesses, the council, and tourism operators from across the western parts of the state.

The question on peoples lips is, “Where is the drought relief money” and “why is it so difficult for these genuine cases to get their hands on it”?

There are two stories I heard today that I’d like to share. They’re extremely upsetting, but they’re real.

Our politicians and the Australian public must know that the money is not reaching the people who need it during these desperate times.

The Government and those tasked with the job need to lift their game because this is terrible!

Call my office if you need assistance and my staff and I will do our best to get you the help you need. (07) 3221 7644.

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”.