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National Library of Australia corners Bob Katter 'chick magnet' cutout - The Canberra Times
The Canberra TimesNational Library of Australia corners Bob Katter 'chick magnet' cutoutThe Canberra TimesBob who, like Clive Palmer, tried to turn himself into a political brand with the formation of Katter's Australian Party, enlisted the support of a number of candidates who were almost all issued with one of the cardboard cutouts to keep them company ...

Palmer-Katter merger not on: Lambie - NEWS.com.au
NEWS.com.auPalmer-Katter merger not on: LambieNEWS.com.auDr Douglas has ruled out joining his uncle Bob Katter's party. But Senator Lambie said she understood Dr Douglas was trying to "bring the Katter clan over". "I made my point quite clear with Clive early on that I wanted to be very removed from the ...Katter to Palmer: Let's be togetherGatton Starall 108 news articles »

Mining bill panned for denying objections - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning HeraldMining bill panned for denying objectionsSydney Morning HeraldLabor and Katter's Australia Party have formed an unlikely alliance in their opposition against proposed changes to Queensland's mining legislation. The Mineral and Energy Resources (Common Provisions) Bill will be debated in State Parliament this week ...and more »

Come to Queensland and shoot a pig: The new tourism campaign Bob Katter ... - Herald Sun
Come to Queensland and shoot a pig: The new tourism campaign Bob Katter ...Herald SunVictoria and Northern Territory already allow the hunting of feral pigs and a range of other animals, and Mr Katter said Queensland needs to catch up. He said hunting was worth $439 million a year to the Victorian economy, and supported around 3500 jobs.Katter says figures show QLD's hunting laws 'miles behind'Northern Rivers Echoall 9 news articles »

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