Clive Palmer has delighted and baffled the Internet with his verses on food and life
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The shape of the federal parliament recently gone to God had five MHRs on the crossbenches. Clive Palmer has hung the boots up in Fairfax to avoid the electoral humiliation which was surely coming his way. The LNP will win the seat comfortably. The...Show More Summary
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Controversial Australian mining magnate and politician Clive Palmer said on Wednesday he will not stand for re-election in the lower house of parliament when the country goes to the polls in July.
This, from Hedley Thomas, is interesting: Clive Palmer is facing an investigation by the Australian Taxation Office over an…
It is a scandal that so many journalists gave Clive Palmer…
In September 2014 I wrote that the Titanic would sail again in 2016. The plans to build a new Titanic (the Titanic 2) were developed by Australian billionaire Clive Palmer. Since writing the post, I haven’t thought much about Titanic...Show More Summary
Deciding that tempting fate sounded like a good way to blow millions upon millions of dollars, Australian billionaire Clive Palmer has been hard at work creating a replica of the one and only Leonardo DiCaprio-killer, the Titanic.
The Titanic II, the brainchild of wealthy Australian businessman and politician Clive Palmer, who owns Blue Star Line, will launch in 2018. These captivating side-by-side images show how the planned Titanic II will stick to the incredible detail of the original ship that sank in the Atlantic Ocean more than 100 years ago. Show More Summary
In a move that is definitely not a metaphor for the desire of mankind to repeat its greatest mistakes or anything like that, an Australian coal-mining magnate, billionaire Clive Palmer, has decided to rebuild the Titanic. The ship's name?...
Australian billionaire Clive Palmer has announced that he intends to build a replica of the Titanic and sail it on the ocean, as history’s proven that that’s the least safe place for a Titanic to be. A representative for Palmer’s company,...Show More Summary
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…
This is a bit hot: Clive Palmer’s Queensland Nickel, now under voluntary administration, was the single largest donor…
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
The ABC earlier reported Mr Palmer as claiming his donations had ended the carbon tax, saving his refinery $24 million a year.
It’s not Clive Palmer’s robot dinosaur park, and it’s not Roma’s 3D printed Rhoetosaurus, this is a Chinese Billionaire eyeing off Queensland’s Gold Coast as the location for his dinosaur theme park aspirations. And it looks like it might actually happen. More »
Australian mining magnate Clive Palmer was disappointed Monday night when the Supreme Court of Western Australia rejected his multi-million dollar demand from Hong Kong based conglomerate CITIC Pacific. Palmer had appealed for a considerable AUD$48 million from the Chinese firm for the purpose of keeping his allegedly struggling nickel business afloat. [ more › ]
Australian businessman Clive Palmer has unveiled designs for Titanic 2, a modern-day replica of the doomed cruise ship that sank on its maiden voyage in 1912.Palmer said the Titanic 2 would faithfully recreate the experience of sailing on the original liner, including having three passenger classes that would not be allowed to mingle. Show More Summary
Clive Palmer seems to be in a lot of trouble. First his party disintegrates, and now his finances…