Pauline Hanson

PM O’Neill clears air on Maserati vehicles

This will be conducted in a transparent process right after the APEC Leaders’ meet.

PM O’Neill said the Government is doing nothing secret but is prepared to host a successful APEC Summit next month.

When asked by this newsroom to give a response to a statement by Australian politician, Pauline Hanson, in regard to the 40 Maserati bought by the Government, he said he does not respond to racist Australian politicians who have no idea about our country.

Aust politician furious with importation of luxury cars

Queensland Senator Pauline Hanson said she was ‘absolutely furious’ when she learnt that the PNG Government had bought 40 Maserati cars for the APEC leaders.

Queensland’s senator and Founder & Leader of Australia’s One Nation Party, Pauline Hanson, has gone viral on Facebook with her ‘Please Explain’ video.

In the video, which was uploaded on October 12th and has over 7,000 shares to date, Hanson said if PNG can afford to buy high-end vehicles then it does not need Australia’s foreign aid.

Former foes Pauline Hanson, Tony Abbott 'catch up' for coffee in Facebook video

One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson and former prime minister Tony Abbott have not had the best of relationships over the years.

Senator Hanson has held Mr Abbott responsible for her three-year jail sentence for electoral fraud, of which she served 11 weeks before the conviction was quashed.

She argued he was involved in bankrolling the court cases which led to her brief imprisonment in 2003.

"Pauline, it's good to catch up with you again after all these years," Mr Abbott said in the video of their meeting posted to Senator Hanson's Facebook page.

Hanson says anti-Islam group's Gosford Anglican Church stunt 'counterproductive'

Members of the group, Party for Freedom, were dressed in mock Islamic garb when they barged into the Gosford Anglican Church during a service on the New South Wales Central Coast on Sunday.

They pretended to pray while playing Muslim prayers on a loudspeaker and criticised Islam before walking out.

Put cameras in mosques: Aus. senator

These are the words of the woman who is now one of Australia's most powerful politicians, newly-elected senator Pauline Hanson.

Hanson was confirmed elected to the Australian Senate last week, along with three other members of her One Nation party, according to the Australian Electoral Commission.