Entries by PeterKapsanis

One Nation secures extension to My Health Record Opt-Out Period

November 14, 2018 Pauline Hanson’s One Nation has successfully achieved an extension to the opt-out period of the My Health Record Amendment (Strengthening Privacy) Bill 2018 after the Party’s amendment won the support of the Senate. It now means all Australians have until 31 January 2019 to opt-out of the scheme. The deadline to opt-out […]

Georgiou helps Moora College stay open

September 04, 2018 One Nation Senator for WA Peter Georgiou has played a pivotal role in keeping the embattled Moora Residential College stay open after taking up the case personally with the Federal Government. Senator Georgiou welcomed the Commonwealth’s decision to inject an $8.7 million refurbishment of the 40-year old college which will give security […]

Georgiou delivers for WA football

August 25, 2018 One of Western Australia’s pioneering soccer clubs has received a multi-million dollar federal grant, to ensure it remains a leader in WA sport and continues to foster the football stars of tomorrow. After making significant representation to the Federal Government, WA Senator Peter Georgiou has successfully helped Floreat Athena Football Club receive […]

WA gets fairer share of GST but debt blows out

July 5, 2018 One Nation Senator for Western Australia Peter Georgiou has cautiously offered a luke-warm response to the state’s 4.7 billion dollar Goods and Services Tax windfall following the long awaited findings from the Productivity Commission’s review into the GST saga. “Being a passionate advocate for GST reform I am pleased Treasurer Scott Morrison […]

WA Teacher thrown “under the bus”

April 14, 2018 WA Senator Peter Georgiou has condemned the seemingly cruel, harsh and insensitive treatment of a long serving Perth teacher who he claims was “simply thrown under the bus” after she was victimised by a problem student at a South-Eastern suburbs school. Karen Young, a veteran teacher of 26 years at the same […]

One Nation Heads to birth of the ANZAC spirit

April 23, 2018 Western Australian Senator Peter Georgiou, will today lead a convoy of One Nation Parliamentarians to Albany, to take part in the final year of the “Centenary of Commemoration” as part of this year’s ANZAC Day festivities. Senator Georgiou, along with One Nation Senator for New South Wales Brian Burston and PHON WA […]

Big Banks fail small business

May 30, 2017 A Senate Estimates Committee has revealed Australia’s major banks are failing to meet “their legal obligations” which came into effect last year. The Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman last night told the Committee, eight banks, including Australia’s “big four” had failed to comply with new laws in relation to unfair contract […]