Leader of the Palmer United Party, Clive Palmer with his wife Anna speaking with former candidate Michael Tudman at the Hervey Bay Airport.
Leader of the Palmer United Party, Clive Palmer with his wife Anna speaking with former candidate Michael Tudman at the Hervey Bay Airport. Robyne Cuerel

Clive Palmer visits the Fraser Coast

MINING magnate and entrepreneur Clive Palmer has made a flying visit to the Fraser Coast.

The man who calls himself Australia's next Prime Minister made the visit to speak at the Brolga Theatre.

 Mr Palmer spoke about his commitments to local hospitals.

"We've pledged $90 million to the Hervey Bay hospital - 30 million over each year," he said.

He also committed to paying the same amount directly to Maryborough Hospital.

For complete coverage of Clive Palmer's visit pick up a copy of Tuesday's Fraser Coast Chronicle.



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