By Margo Kingston
Read or Download Off the rails: The Pauline Hanson trip PDF
Similar nonfiction_3 books
Hidden resorts, gourmand eating places, fashionable nightspots, unique tours, and little-known legends are featured during this shuttle consultant to off-the-beaten-path Vancouver websites. lined are locations and actions that might attract all kinds of tourists, from outside adventurers looking for kayaking, biking, and birdwatching to tradition devotees who will enjoy the Museum of Anthropology and aboriginal paintings.
On the planet of Pern, Harpers are seemed to be extra strong than kings, for the song they play can actually keep watch over the minds of others. For younger Menolly, her desires of changing into a Harper don't have anything to do with strength, yet quite her love of tune. Now she is eventually residing out her musical desires as an apprentice Harper, yet it is transforming into tougher than she concept.
- Smart Guide: Trim Step by Step (All New & Updated Second Edition)
- Evil Triumphant (Fiddleback 03 - Dark Conspiracy)
- Oprah, Celebrity and Formations of Self
- The Journeyman Tailor
- Hydrological Processes of the Danube River Basin: Perspectives from the Danubian Countries
Extra resources for Off the rails: The Pauline Hanson trip
She said Kennett wasn’t averse to a meeting, but didn’t want to seek one out. m. Helen phoned David Oldfield, who had taken to calling Helen, Channel Nine’s Melanie Wendt and me nightly from Sydney for briefings from us on the day’s events. He was keen to play ball. QXD 34 04/05/2001 12:01 PM Page 34 GETTING TO KNOW HER already at the saleyards said Hanson had declined their entreaties, using the ridiculous reasoning that a meeting would take the gloss off her primary industry policy launch in the afternoon.
Of course the first day that I was out of it and I was disendorsed [by the Liberals] it was funny, because I was disendorsed the night before and I went to the fish markets that morning and I came back and I was about to turn into my shop, and I thought “holy hell”—there was all this media in front of the shop. And I never expected anything and I just sort of—I just kept going, I didn’t turn in. And I had a boot full of fish! ” And of course it was on the front page of the paper. They were out at the fish markets trying to chase me but I just missed them.
Now she proposed a cascading tax of 2 percent every time there was a change of ownership of a product. It was a mad scheme that had been worked on for thirteen years by a fringe group of accountants. But Hanson would not elaborate in the TV interview. We’d have to wait. Hanson and I had got along fine during the Queensland election campaign. After the interview I began chatting to her, before realising that an ‘A Current Affair’ crew had a microphone under our noses. I protested at being recorded without permission and Hanson said, ‘Welcome to my life’.