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“I no longer want to consistently miss out on seeing my children when I wake up in the morning and when I go to bed at night,” Australia’s Minister for Women Kelly O’Dwyer said.
“We will work with Fiji to help them access the Pacific Labour Scheme this year, boosting both economies while helping Australian farmers,” Australia’s PM Scott Morrison said ahead of his visit.
“It’s extremely unusual for an Australian prime minister to make a bilateral visit of this nature. It’s a very important signal.” – Australian National University academic and former diplomat James Batley.
“It’s a very expensive undertaking to do a public event on a public holiday. About two or three only moved the day for ideological reasons.” – Australian Local Government Association President David O’Loughlin.
“I have written to the Prime Minister saying, ‘look, all those people out there Work for the Dole are doing absolutely nothing, or even kids that are on holidays’, put down the iPads, get out there, collect the cane toads … and clean up our environment.” – Pauline Hanson.
Saudi teen Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun is currently staying in a Bangkok hotel under the care of the United Nation’s refugee agency (UNHCR), which has been processing her application for refugee status ahead of possible resettlement in Australia.
Stephen Andrew born December 9th, 1968, is currently the sitting Member for Mirani, elected to Parliament on the 25th of November 2107 for One Nation. Read Stephen Andrew Biography and Profile.
Pauline Lee Hanson, an Australian politician who is the founder and leader of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party was born 27 May 1954. Read Pauline Hanson Biography and Profile.
“The government should refuse to take Fraser Anning’s vote. Hanging out and supporting with neo-Nazis who are inciting violence is inexcusable,” Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young tweeted.
Malcolm Turnbull was born on 24.10.1954, Sydney, Australia. Malcolm grew up in Vaucluse and Double Bay in the 1950s and 1960s. Continue with Malcolm Turnbull Biography and Profile.