This article by Alison Rourke was in The Guardian Monday. It details how Clive Palmer plans to build a replica of the Titanic, but with 21st century technology. A few hours before he announced this he had dropped another bomb saying he was going to go for a seat in Parliament.
The writing style is interesting in this article. She uses it a bit more creatively, starting off with a more conversational tone before getting to the real news. She also kind of wrote both stories at the same time, his run for parliament and building the Titanic II.
The article is well-attributed and well-quoted. Palmer's quotes in particular are well-placed.
Then for the last four paragraphs the article describes a bit of Palmer's background and his political bid. The article ends with an interesting nutgraf about Palmer accusing the CIA of being behind political attacks on the Australian mining industry. This ending kind of hooks the reader into wanting to read more about the issue.