Administrators say they aren’t to blame for failure to pay out Clive Palmer’s 237 sacked workers.
It’s often said that Australia languishes behind the United States of America. While the world clock puts us a full 17 hours ahead of the east coast of the US, we remain some months or even years behind by certain measures. I’d argue we do very nicely by comparison and in at least one respect we’re miles ahead. Show More Summary
I doubt this is the last we’ll hear of this transaction: Clive Palmer claims he has no memory of authorising a payment of…
Clive Palmer ‘has no memory’ of authorising a payment of almost $6m from Queensland Nickel to PUP.
This is a bit hot: Clive Palmer’s Queensland Nickel, now under voluntary administration, was the single largest donor…
The cost of shutting down and rehabilitating the toxic land and ponds of Clive Palmer’s nickel refinery was estimated at $1.4bn.
Clive Palmer's troubled refinery has enough cash to continue trading until end of April.
Clive Palmer’s alleged $250m rescue package for his nickel refinery may be undermined by weak global coal demand.
Clive Palmer says entitlements to laid-off Queensland Nickel workers are not his responsibility.
Clive Palmer used the alias Terry Smith to run the troubled Queensland Nickel refinery.
Clive Palmer’s Queensland Nickel knew for months it would run out of money by December.
Administrators want to claw back at least $60m in donations and loans from Clive Palmer's Queensland Nickel refinery.
Clive Palmer’s Queensland Nickel has a complex 40-year history, which make help explain its current predicament.
Four days before Queensland Nickel went into voluntary administration, two Clive Palmer firms staked a claim on its assets.
Clive Palmer has apologised to the 237 workers, infuriating many who are being denied access to their redundancy entitlements.
Clive Palmer could be investigated for potential breaches of federal law over the collapse of his nickel refinery.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — The Tesla Australia WhatsApp group is in the middle of an in-depth discussion about eccentric Australian politician, Clive Palmer. Back in February, the Palmer United Party leader reportedly expressed a desire to buy one of Tesla's electric cars. Show More Summary
Union says Clive Palmer’s ailing business doesn’t have the cash to pay out sacked workers’ entitlements.
Clive Palmer could have saved Queensland jobs if he wanted, former member of PUP party says.
Palaszczuk says Clive Palmer must 'absolutely' talk to workers at his refinery, now in administration.