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Why First Contact was a ratings opportunity for SBS and a bonanza for bigots

When Pauline Hanson appeared on The Bolt Report on Monday night and made the absurd claim that there is no "definition of Aboriginality", the Twittersphere rightly reacted via the #defineAboriginal..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

One Nation at war with itself

SENATOR Rod Culleton has signalled a possible split with One Nation after a tiff with Pauline Hanson over the backpacker tax.
The Advertiser

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News video: Australian Politicians React To Trump Victory

Australian Politicians React To Trump Victory 01:23

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says preparations have been made in the event of President Trump since he won the nomination, while Pauline Hanson is celebrating.
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News video: Derryn Hinch clashes with Pauline Hanson over 'vulgar' Donald Trump comments – video

Derryn Hinch clashes with Pauline Hanson over 'vulgar' Donald Trump comments – video 00:45

Senators Derryn Hinch and Pauline Hanson have a heated exchange about the seriousness of a decade-old recording of the US Republican presidential candidate bragging about using his fame to grope women...
Source: Guardian -

News video: Derryn Hinch clashes with Pauline Hanson over 'vulgar' Donald Trump comments

Derryn Hinch clashes with Pauline Hanson over 'vulgar' Donald Trump comments 00:44

Senators Derryn Hinch and Pauline Hanson have a heated exchange about the seriousness of a decade-old recording of the US Republican presidential candidate bragging about using his fame to grope women...
Source: The Guardian Studio -

 

Hanson angry at Culleton as MPs head home

Tensions are frayed in One Nation at the end of the parliamentary year with Pauline Hanson angry at colleague Rod Culleton over the backpacker tax.
SBS

Pauline Hanson angry at Rod Culleton over backpacker tax vote

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson says she is angry at her fellow senators, particularly party colleague Rod Culleton, after the backpacker tax passed the senate.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Pauline Hanson's One Nation splits over Rod Culleton's High Court fight

One Nation has ended the parliamentary year with a deepening rift, after Pauline Hanson led two of her senators in voting against embattled colleague Rod Culleton, in the lead up to the fight for his..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Intimidated': Hanson, Roberts cancel plans to address Melbourne's Jewish right

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson and Queensland senator Malcolm Roberts have cancelled a planned event with a Jewish group on Sunday, citing security fears.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •The AgeSydney Morning Herald

#DefineAboriginal takes off in wake of Pauline Hanson comments

The One Nation leader has claimed "there is no definition to an Aboriginal". Aboriginal people on social media beg to differ.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Why Hanson ‘may be good for us’

Noel Pearson heaps praise on Pauline Hanson and suggests she could become “a champion’’ for indigenous Australians.
The Australian

There is no Aboriginal definition: Hanson

PAULINE Hanson believes there is no definition of what an Aboriginal person is, and she is calling for a “big debate” on the subject.
Daily Telegraph Also reported by •The Advertiser

Pauline Hanson 'coral incident' under spotlight

The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority is looking into Senator Pauline Hanson's trip to the reef after she was photographed handling a piece of coral.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Senator Pauline Hanson claims 'there is no Aboriginal definition'


9News

'A giant jigsaw puzzle': the Great Barrier Reef story Pauline Hanson didn't show

They are the numbers that might explain where Pauline Hanson chose to go snorkelling last week when she set out to give the Great Barrier Reef a clean bill of health.
Sydney Morning Herald


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