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No calls from Pauline Hanson in two weeks: One Nation Senator Rod Culleton says he is frozen out

The Age Tuesday, 22 November 2016
It's been two weeks since Pauline Hanson last spoke to her embattled senator Rod Culleton, but the West Australian senator says he is a "good soldier" who will continue to fight for his constituents.
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