Clive Palmer agrees to pay unpaid Queensland Nickel workers  Sydney Morning Herald

Controversial businessman Clive Palmer has announced he will pay Queensland Nickel workers their unpaid entitlements, three years after his refinery was ...

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Mr Palmer insisted neither he nor his companies were responsible for dismissals at the Yabulu refinery.The businessman and former MP will pay hundreds of QNI workers unpaid entitlements, three years after his Townsville refinery was shuttered.

The businessman said on Monday he will fund outstanding entitlements that were not paid by liquidators when Queensland Nickel, based in Townsville, went bust in 2016.The businessman said on Monday he will fund outstanding entitlements that were not paid by liquidators when Queensland Nickel, based in Townsville, went bust in 2016.

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“Clive Palmer agrees to pick up Administrators’ bill to pay QNI workers’ entitlements Clive Palmer confirmed today he would pay unpaid workers’ entitlements at Queensland Nickel despite neither he nor his companies being responsible for dismissals.”

Clive Palmer on Twitter: "Clive Palmer agrees to pick up Administrators’ bill to pay QNI workers’ entitlements Clive Palmer confirmed today he would pay unpaid workers’ entitlements at Queensland Nickel despite neither he nor his companies being responsible for dismissals."

“Clive Palmer says he will now pay back what's owed to workers who were sacked when Queensland Nickel went bust three years ago. (No mention of the businesses who were owed money - yet.) #auspol #qldpol https://t.co/Ch0zZa5r4C”

Josh Bavas on Twitter: "Clive Palmer says he will now pay back what's owed to workers who were sacked when Queensland Nickel went bust three years ago. (No mention of the businesses who were owed money - yet.) #auspol #qldpol… https://t.co/QIK4sknqiG"

Businessman and political hopeful Clive Palmer announces plans to pay back millions of dollars in outstanding entitlements owed to hundreds of workers who lost their jobs when his Queensland nickel refinery went bust more than three years ago.Businessman and political hopeful Clive Palmer announces plans to pay back millions of dollars owed to hundreds of workers who lost their jobs when his Queensland nickel refinery went bust more than three years ago.

Clive Palmer promises to pay back workers' entitlements while denying sacking anyone - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Clive Palmer says he will pay any outstanding entitlements for workers laid off from his Townsville nickel refinery, three years after they lost their jobs. Clive Palmer says he will pay any outstanding entitlements for workers laid off from his Townsville nickel refinery, three years after they lost their jobs.

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Clive Palmer has announced plans to pay back "millions of dollars" owed to 800 workers who lost their jobs when his Queensland nickel refinery went bust.Clive Palmer has announced plans to pay back "millions of dollars" owed to 800 workers who lost their jobs when his Queensland nickel refinery went bust.

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