Pauline Hanson will be hosting a public meeting in Gatton tomorrow evening.
Pauline Hanson will be hosting a public meeting in Gatton tomorrow evening.

Pauline Hanson hosts Gatton meeting Wednesday night

PAULINE Hanson will be looking for a big crowd to attend the Gatton Shire Hall for a public meeting she is hosting tomorrow night.

The One Nation leader and candidate for the seat of Lockyer said the meeting was to give people the opportunity to listen to a panel of professionals talking on topics that the major political parties don't want you to know.

Controversial climate change sceptic Professor Ian Plimer will be there to talk on the impact of coal seam gas mining and Professor David Flint will speak on the constitution and taxation.

Peter Manuel, the director of Flag Australia, will speak on protecting the farming sector and the precious resource of water.

Mr Manuel is a farmer from South Australia, where Ms Hanson said water security was under threat from the State Government.

"He will tell you what Labor have done with water in that state - they have stopped him from putting dams on his property," Ms Hanson said.

Ms Hanson said she would be discussing issues such as foreign ownership, Halal Certification, youth employment and other issues.

The meeting starts at 7pm and admission is free.

There will be another meeting next Wednesday organised by the Gatton Star and Queensland Times at the Gatton Shire Hall where the public will have a chance to hear from all Lockyer candidates prior to the January 31 election.


Special forces swoop to grab alleged armed robber near Esk

Premium Content Special forces swoop to grab alleged armed robber near Esk

He was charged with intending to cause grievous bodily harm

REVEALED: Police bust Somerset man over alleged child porn

Premium Content REVEALED: Police bust Somerset man over alleged child porn

DETAILS: Two Toogoolawah men have been charged over offences against children. FULL...

True cost of an education in Qld revealed

Premium Content True cost of an education in Qld revealed

Private, public, independent: Full breakdown of Aus education costs