Entries by Tom Auriac


Mark: Saving Australia Day

One of the strange things about politics today is the attempt by Left-wing activists to demonise ‘nationalism’. For normal people, loving one’s country is a natural feeling. It gives them a sense of belonging, the comfort of having a clear national identity. Most Australians are proud of our country’s achievements. For many decades, this was […]


Mark announces Penrith candidate

Good piece in Penrith Press about our visit this morning. We announced our local candidate and how One Nation plans to tackle overcrowding: “One Nation’s NSW leader Mark Latham made the journey to Penrith on Friday morning to announce Lapstone-based security trainer Carl Halley is the party’s candidate for the upcoming March state election. “Standing […]

Mark speaks to Central Western Daily

Another good piece from today’s travels. Central Western Daily – on Elvis, capes and the Dastyari curse: “Mark Latham, a self-confessed “old fading rocker and Elvis fan” with a political career full of hits and misses, rocked into Orange on Friday. “Mr Latham, now the NSW leader of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party, is standing […]


Candidate announced for Penrith

STATEMENT: CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENT NSW One Nation has announced Carl Halley as the candidate for Penrith. Carl Halley is originally from Winmalee, he’s married with two children and lives in Lapstone which is in the foot hills of the Blue Mountains near Penrith. Carl heads up Tactical Hagana Azmit an education and defensive tactics training organization. […]


Critical Shortfall in Western Sydney Hospital Planning

Statement by Mark Latham, NSW One Nation Leader NSW Government planning documents reveal an impending population increase of 2 million people in Western Sydney, yet no commitment or funding allocation for a new public hospital. In October the Planning Minister, Anthony Roberts, admitted that, “The State Government is laying the foundations for the development of […]

The Aus: Mark Latham rails against ‘unliveable’ Sydney

Former Labor leader turned One Nation candidate Mark Latham has come out swinging on his first campaign pitch, accusing the NSW Berejiklian government of turning Sydney into a huge “unliveable construction site” ringed by “alien” residential towers. Kicking off his campaign for the NSW election on March 23, Mr Latham was back at his favourite […]