'It breaks my heart to hear what's happening to the dairy farmers' | Sky News Australia

.@OneNationAus leader @PaulineHansonOz has said her heart is breaking amid claims the major supermarkets are failing to pass on recent increases in milk prices to struggling farmers.

9.10.2019

.OneNationAus leader PaulineHansonOz has said her heart is breaking amid claims the major supermarkets are failing to pass on recent increases in milk prices to struggling farmers.

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has said her heart is breaking amid claims the major supermarkets are failing to pass on recent increases in milk prices to struggling farmers.\n\nEarlier this year, supermarket chains Coles, Woolworths and Aldi raised the sale price of their milk by 10 cents per litre with the intention of passing on that increase to Australian dairy farmers. \n\n“It breaks my heart to hear what’s happening to the dairy farmers,” Ms Hanson told Sky News hosts Alan Jones and Graham Richardson. \n\n“I am going to push to get that industry regulated again.\n\n'This is all government – government intervention is destroying this country'.\n\nThe senator said governments 'have no bloody idea' what is happening 'out in our communities and to the people of this nation'.\n\nShe said she would like to work alongside Sky News host Alan Jones to 'get the dairy industry regulated again'. \n\nImage: News Corp Australia\n

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has said her heart is breaking amid claims the major supermarkets are failing to pass on recent increases in milk prices to struggling farmers. Earlier this year, supermarket chains Coles, Woolworths and Aldi raised the sale price of their milk by 10 cents per litre with the intention of passing on that increase to Australian dairy farmers. “It breaks my heart to hear what’s happening to the dairy farmers,” Ms Hanson told Sky News hosts Alan Jones and Graham Richardson. “I am going to push to get that industry regulated again. "This is all government – government intervention is destroying this country". The senator said governments "have no bloody idea" what is happening "out in our communities and to the people of this nation". She said she would like to work alongside Sky News host Alan Jones to "get the dairy industry regulated again". Image: News Corp Australia

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PaulineHansonOz OneNationAus Coles and Woolworths shareholders should bow their heads in shame! OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz This is a shocking behaviour from our government OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz This week I stopped buying Maleny dairy milk, went back to cheap Coles milk, when I saw a photo of LNP politician on Maleny dairy FB page. If they are going to celebrate with LNP or Labor, the very people hurting the farmers, Maleny can keep their milk, I will spend elsewhere

OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Bollocks from Hanson once again. If she cared further than a sound bite she’d really do something about it. But she doesn’t so she won’t. OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Yes OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz And that doesn't surprise me at all. OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz You start a gofundme page for dairy farmers Pauline. We'll all donate, and we're sure via you, they'll get the money. If 10million people donate $2 , that's $20mill you can give them.

PaulineHansonOz OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz knows woolworths coles are piss weak sending Aussie farmers down the drain , Woolworths & coles no our farmers & Dairy’s are battling MentalHealth , an the dogs don’t give them the 10c increase OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Pauline will emote because that’s all she is capable of doing. She is too thick to help develop a policy that would actually help

OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Oh horseshit Pauline.. As if you give a stuff!! PaulineHansonOz OneNationAus This is old news where have you been.? A dairy farmer closed shop last week !

Govt to hold water crisis meetings | Sky News AustraliaFarm leaders are preparing to hold crisis talks with the federal government over claims investors are hoarding water from the Murray Darling Basin.\n\nIndustry representatives will hold a closed-door meeting with the Water Resources Minister in Mildura over allegations of water manipulation. Lulz...this is what they voted for it.... It’s public knowledge Barnaby won’t be happy. It is hard to pull his pea and thimble trick of screwing the regions whilst supporting the mines if people are looking.

PaulineHansonOz OneNationAus Pauline it breaks all of our hearts. How many Dairy Farmers are One Nation Members? The Party they support is the one screwing them....but they'll vote for them again next election OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Yet our Govt does nothing about it PaulineHansonOz OneNationAus 👏👏👏💖🙏💖👏👏👏 If only you were leading our Country PAULINE...we’d certainly all be doing a whole lot better

OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Go away woman. OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Get into woolworths Coles ALDIAustralia and rest of Australia don't buy their home brand milk auspol drought farming farmers OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz If only that tick had done its job properly. OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz One can't break what one doesn't have. You've clearly demonstrated that PaulineHansonOz

OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Riot. Protest. Refuse to give milk to the big companies. Send it to another company. Or just sell it locally. That’s what will hurt them. OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz And the nationals will do nothing about it, yet the stupid rural areas keep voting nationals, no sympathy

PaulineHansonOz OneNationAus Absolutely disgraceful.The supermarkets should be made to pay the extra money directly to the Tax Department and the Tax Department should have the responsibility of distributing that extra money to producers.Supermarkets are never going to give farmers the full amount.👎🤬

Qld communities to see ‘mass exodus’ if no rain by Christmas - 2600 | Sky News AustraliaAndrea Crothers, Sky News Reporter Small business leaders fear if rain doesn’t come by Christmas, drought-ravaged communities in south west Queensland will be pushed beyond the “tipping point”. St George in Queensland has been in drought for seven years, seeing farmers’ incomes stall, bills continuing to pile up and a lack of money to spend ga_richardson Once the U.K. leaves the EU, we will be able to export our rain to other countries. 👍🏻🇬🇧 margo694 Are they going to stop the climate refugees?

PaulineHansonOz OneNationAus Keep on this Pauline - it’s the most disgraceful story that needs immediate attention! OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz If this is true then why is Hanson the only one talking about it, where’s Barnaby “Caymans” Joyce and his National Party mates? Why aren’t the Nationals making a big noise about this? Where’s the SCOMO outrage, or is it a Pauline hoax?

PaulineHansonOz OneNationAus We have run out of farmers. OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz What heart? OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Thoughts and prayers are with her at this difficult time. OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz All Hanson does is talk, where are her costings for ANY dam/water infrastructure, Bradfield Scheme? She admits she hasn't spoken to ANYONE, she's done nothing abt 'pipelines' & complains about electricity prices but ignores DRECS She has NFI 🐝 auspol

OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz $10 a litre OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Everyone is up in arms that PaulineHansonOz is saying something and avoids the fact that she’s right OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz It has been happening since 1998 when John Howard hung out the dairy and pork industries in favour of the sugar industry. Pauline sheds crocodile tears yet again

OZzSue1 OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz The major supermarkets are all about profit and making plastic crappy toys rather than helping out our farmers. If the gimmick crap for kids could be turned into profit for the farmers, you know the ones that make supermarkets possible. Without farmers they would have 0 to sell

Albanese to reveal Labor policies after Shorten takes election responsibility - 2600 | Sky News AustraliaLabor leader Anthony Albanese has announced he will reveal the first Labor policy since the federal election by the end of the month. The party’s jobs and future of work policy will be announced in Perth, with another on the economy to be announced in coming months. “We are reassessing our policies, but not our AlboMP AlboMP Go Albo! The libs are a sad group with zero ideas AlboMP 2019 Anthony Albanese is refusing to scrap a raft of Labor’s unpopular policies, after the election defeat? Jurnalest, Get Alabanese to promise ‘’there will be no Carbon Tax under a government he lead’’

OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Any excuse to get its face on TV. OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz What about showing concern for the women who have died at the hands of their partners, DV exists, women can’t lie when they’re dead. OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz What heart? OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Tell who the companies are and how much the farmer gets per litre Then we can boycott those not doing the right thing..

OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Crocodile tears from someone worth less than navel lint. Poorleen makes me retch MRobertsQLD OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz No mention of her shopping trolley. OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz But for the Farmers struggling with the impacts of the ClimateCrisis No heart (or brains) to be seen.... auspol

MRobertsQLD OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Wasn't PaulineHansonOz caught lying about domestic violence to the family court? Why should we believe a single word from a lair? OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz 😂😂😂 This dumbass would say anything to seem important! Whenshe attacks migrants or indigenous people is with hateful speech and support her!

OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Boo Hoo the old bat

Push to crackdown on 'junk insurance' | Sky News AustraliaConsumer groups are calling for a crackdown on 'junk insurance' purchased with cars, homes or even concert tickets.\n\nThe Consumer Action Law Centre and the Financial Rights Legal Centre and Choice released a joint submission urging the government ensure consumers were not shunted into useless insurance.\n\nTreasury is consulting on the proposal to introduce a deferred sales model for add-on insurance.

OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz SHE HAS NO FREAKING HEART!!! OldMole MRobertsQLD OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Australia do you know how many Australian citizen have seen the continuous corruption for over 50+ years and nothing has fknd changed. 1 of the richest countries in the world yet bend over ozzie,because you can all take it and now take if for another 50+ .

OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Crocodile tears can ruin mascara ! OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz She has one... OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Seriously Pauline. The supermarkets want to destroy real milk production. They want long life milk on the shelves. OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz were the acccgovau

OneNationAus PaulineHansonOz Pauline and her virtue signalling.

Govt to access suspected criminals' private messages | Sky News AustraliaLaw enforcement and intelligence services will reportedly receive fast access to messages sent by criminals using American-owned social media platforms.\n\nThe government will have access to private messages of suspected pedophiles, terrorists and gang members under a new scheme being negotiated with the United States.\n\nHome Affairs Minister Peter Dutton and US Attorney-General William Barr have begun talks in Washington.\n\nThe deal would grant Australian police access to data held by US technology companies, and require Australian technology companies to ­release information sought by US authorities.\n Bye bye social media lol 1984 is here. Wonderful 🤡🌎

Commonwealth Bank chief to host public forum | Sky News AustraliaCommonwealth Bank chief executive Matt Comyn has announced he will host a live broadcast to answer questions from the bank's customers.\n\nIn a bid to rebuild trust in the country's biggest bank, Mr Comyn wrote to 8.5 million customers inviting their feedback and criticism.\n\nThe public forum is set to take place on November 4 this year.\n\nImage: News Corp Australia The banks are the back bone and heart of the superannuation funds keep them strong 💪.

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