A bushfire victim yelled "shame" at federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese as he left a press conference in northern NSW on Tuesday.
People standing behind Mr Albanese were holding climate protest signs as the Opposition Leader said the unfolding bushfire emergency wasn't the time for party politics.
“I believe climate change is real, we know that bushfires are coming earlier, we know they’re more intense. That is what was predicted, and we see that happening,” he said.
“But I don’t think it’s a time to be engaged in party politics.”
Following the press conference in Nimbin, a woman screamed at the Opposition Leader as he walked away.
"Shame on you. Your house is not burning. My house is burning down. What are you doing? Nothing. You're laughing. You're playing with fire," Ginger O'Brien yelled at Mr Albanese on Tuesday.
Lismore MP Janelle Saffin tried to reason with the local but a distressed Ms O’Brien said there needed to be more money to support the firefighters.
“My friends are out there,” she said.
“My whole life is out there.”
Prime Minister heckled over climate change
On Sunday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison was also heckled by a climate change protester during a bushfire briefing.
“Climate change is real, can’t you see,” the man yelled before being escorted from the building.
Mr Morrison wouldn't be drawn on climate change when quizzed about it during the media conference.
"I'm focused on the needs of the people in this room today, as is the premier, the needs of resourcing firefighters and to ensure they have everything they need to keep those firefighters safe and to protect as many properties as we can," he replied.
However, Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack attacked Greens MP Adam Bandt for comments he had made on Saturday when he said the prime minister bore some responsibility for the bushfires because of what he perceived as a lack of climate change policy.
"Comments coming from a little Melbourne apartment from a little individual with a little mind should not be accepted or tolerated at this time," Mr McCormack told reporters.
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