Clive Palmer speaks to Betoota about political corruption – and dingoes

10 February, 2015. 12:15

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A very successful start to the week saw The Betoota Advocate’s editors making the most of their 28-hour drive to Canberra with an array of timeless interviews.

No one was safe from the gritty journalism that our humble Outback newspaper is famous for – with some of Australia’s biggest and brightest political and media identities being put on blast by Betoota Editors, Errol Parker and Clancy Overell.

Mining all-star and media philanthropist Clive Palmer took a moment out of his hectic schedule to speak to the Betoota's editors. PHOTO: AAP
Mining all-star and media philanthropist Clive Palmer took a moment out of his hectic schedule to speak to the Betoota’s editors. PHOTO: AAP

One interview in particular, proved to be very important for the people of Betoota.

Clive Palmer, political heavyweight and rightful “King Of The North” spoke to Betoota about all the things that concern our neighbours in the Queensland Channel Country. Our dingo problem, North Queensland’s need to break away and what he says is an example of deep-seeded political corruption within  the ranks of the LNP.

Mr Palmer wasn’t afraid to speak his mind on all the big issues affecting regional Queenslanders.

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