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FAMILY LAW FIGHT FRONT & CENTER IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA

One Nation recently held a community forum on Family Law organised by One Nation’s Western Australia state leader Colin Tincknell.

Colin, who sits in the WA upper, is a strong campaigner for family law reform. Speaking on the floor of the WA parliament, Colin delivered an impassioned call for the system to be overhauled, saying:

“Every week in Australia three men commit suicide and one woman is murdered. I do not know whether that is acceptable to anyone. I cannot imagine that it would be. It is certainly not acceptable to me. Two hundred people a year die because of shortfalls in the system. We as a society need to get better at handling this. We have a duty to this society to make it better. The subject always seems to fall into the too-hard basket. The two major parties— that is, the Liberal and Labor Parties, because one is in government federally and one is in government at the state level—need to take this matter seriously.”

Australia’s failed family law system is a national shame and One Nation will fight tooth and nail to see that it is addressed.

Mandurah Family Law and Child Support Forum

Yesterday I spoke on the need for us a Parliamentarians to do more to help fix this broken system that is family law. Too many people are unneccessarily caught up in long, painful family legal matters. On Monday, 12 August I will be hosting a forum in Mandurah at 6pm at the Mandurah Convention Centre.#ColinTincknell #PaulineHanson #OneNation #FamilyLaw #ChildSupport #PeopleBeforePolitics

Posted by Colin Tincknell MLC on Friday, August 9, 2019
Pauline Hanson calls for a Cane Toad Cull

Last week I wrote to the Prime Minister suggesting a cane toad cull with the help of the public. There are over 200 million of these vermin cane toads across the country.Since their misguided introduction to deal with cane beetle in the North Queensland town of Gordonvale in 1935, cane toad numbers have exploded beyond the borders of Queensland and are having an enormous effect on native Australian species.Unlike native frogs that lay between 1,000 and 2,000 eggs during their breeding cycle, toads will lay between 8,000 and 35,000.Their poisonous toxin is deadly to many native species including lizards, quolls, dingoes and crocodiles. Adult cane toads will eat almost anything it can fit in its mouth, including dead animals and pet food scraps. Their appetite knows no boundaries.While I recognise the federal governments $2 million dollar research into cane toads in 2008, it is clear to most Australians, no solution was found to eradicate their existence.When rabbits plagued our nation, a sizeable reward was posted for the biological control of the species. Other invasive species such as European carp have been eradicated from waterways using biological measures and I believe it is time our Federal Parliament takes a swift, bipartisan approach into the eradication of this pest species.I have encouraged the Prime Minister to introduce a 3 month bounty over the Summer months to help reduce the breeding numbers throughout Queensland, New South Wales, the Northern Territory and Western Australia.A 10 cent reward for the collection of each cane toad, I believe would encourage most Australians living with the pest to take an active roll in reducing their numbers until a biological measure is developed.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #CaneToads #Queensland #Pest

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Pauline Hanson Calls to Exterminate Cane Toads

Last week I wrote to the Prime Minister suggesting a cane toad cull with the help of the public.

There are over 200 million of these vermin cane toads across the country.

Since their misguided introduction to deal with cane beetle in the North Queensland town of Gordonvale in 1935, cane toad numbers have exploded beyond the borders of Queensland and are having an enormous effect on native Australian species.

Unlike native frogs that lay between 1,000 and 2,000 eggs during their breeding cycle, toads will lay between 8,000 and 35,000.

Their poisonous toxin is deadly to many native species including lizards, quolls, dingoes and crocodiles. Adult cane toads will eat almost anything it can fit in its mouth, including dead animals and pet food scraps. Their appetite knows no boundaries.

While I recognise the federal governments $2 million dollar research into cane toads in 2008, it is clear to most Australians, no solution was found to eradicate their existence.

When rabbits plagued our nation, a sizeable reward was posted for the biological control of the species. Other invasive species such as European carp have been eradicated from waterways using biological measures and I believe it is time our Federal Parliament takes a swift, bipartisan approach into the eradication of this pest species.

I have encouraged the Prime Minister to introduce a 3 month bounty over the Summer months to help reduce the breeding numbers throughout Queensland, New South Wales, the Northern Territory and Western Australia.

A 10 cent reward for the collection of each cane toad, I believe would encourage most Australians living with the pest to take an active role in reducing their numbers until a biological measure is developed.

Here’s my letter to the Prime Minister: