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Topic: Clive Palmer
Clive Palmer speaks to the media about hydroxychloroquine. (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

Did hydroxychloroquine contribute to Australia’s low COVID-19 death rate?

Clive Palmer claims that hydroxychloroquine has contributed to Australia's low COVID-19 death rate. But has it?

Clive Palmer. (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

Fact checking Clive Palmer’s hydroxychloroquine claims

Billionaire businessman Clive Palmer has taken out ads in major newspapers spruiking hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 treatment.

Clive Palmer (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

Clive Palmer can’t stop spending money on losers (and other news you may have missed)

Clive Palmer backs a few slow horses (again). Plus other stories of the week that slipped by.

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Clive’s spending big on another election (and other news you may have missed)

Liberals tackle a power vacuum in South Australia, and the Paladin scandal that wouldn't die. After a big week in news, here are the stories you may have missed.

Clive Palmer (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

Minor parties, major cash

How much money is flowing into the minor parties? And what impact is it having on policy and election outcomes?

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How fossil fuel donations dominated the 2019 election

Record levels of fossil fuel donations were pumped into our political system last year. Advocates for climate action were totally outgunned.

Clive Palmer (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

Record Labor war chest couldn’t compete with Liberal and Palmer onslaught

Today's political donations data shows that money dominates Australian politics, now more than ever.

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Fifty seven million ways the carbon industrial complex infects Australian politics

A closer look at how fossil fuel companies influence policy making shows that Australia has a carbon industrial complex uniting government and greenhouse emitters.

Jordan Shanks addressing his Clive Palmer legal threat (Image: Friendlyjordies/YouTube)

Clive Palmer’s latest defamation threat is the new norm for online content

There's nothing unusual about politicians sending legal threats to media companies, but small publishers and private citizens increasingly need to watch their words too.