One Nation leader Pauline Hanson yesterday announced the candidates her party will put forward in the Ipswich and Lockyer regions in the Queensland election.
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson yesterday announced the candidates her party will put forward in the Ipswich and Lockyer regions in the Queensland election. Chris Ison ROK190715crally4

UPDATE: Standing ovation for Pauline Hanson at Rocky rally

6PM: The controversial senator received a standing ovation from a large crowd when she walked into the Robert Schwarten Pavillion tonight. 

"Now you know your neighbour or your friend is voting One Nation so it's ok to vote One Nation"

See below for more live reporting and videos from the Bully's team at the rally.  

OUTSPOKEN One Nation senator Pauline Hanson is expected to address hundreds of supporters and potential opposition in Rockhampton this evening.

At the request of vocal businessman Dominic Doblo, Ms Hanson will speak at a community forum in the Robert Schwarten Pavilion at the Rockhampton showgrounds from 6pm.

Ms Hanson's visit comes in the wake of her maiden speech to the Senate on Wednesday night which has since generated public scrutiny, but is yet to face condemnation from ministers.

REVEALED: Pauline Hanson's strongest CQ supporters, read story here

Among her inflammatory comments, Ms Hanson claimed Australia was "at risk of being flooded by Muslims" and that Muslim culture was incompatible with Australia.

Domestic violence campaigner and former Australian of the Year Rosie Batty accused Ms Hanson of victim blaming following statements regarding family law.

Muslims compare Hanson hate with Al Qaeda, read story here

Ms Hanson said women were making "frivolous claims" and that "we will continue to see murders out of sheer frustration" unless family law is changed.

An unapologetic Pauline Hanson has since come out in support of her speech, which she claims is based on fact.

The controversial senator will no doubt generate some colourful discussion tonight, and The Morning Bulletin will be attending to keep you up to date.

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