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Liberal Democrats Senate candidate Campbell Newman (left) and United Australia Party Leader Clive Palmer (right) have announced their respective parties will exchange preferences at the next Federal Election. (AAP Image/Darren England)
Politics

Once were enemies: Palmer, Newman buddy up in preference deal

Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party has joined forces with former premier Campbell Newman’s Liberal Democrats in a preference deal ahead of the upcoming federal election.

News

The price you pay:

There is concern travellers to Queensland will be stuck with the bill for mandatory COVID-19 tests, required to enter the state once the 80 per cent vaccination threshold is reached, as governments debate who should pay.