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Territory Talk, Tuesday 21 February

Justice Rachel Pepper, chair of the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the Northern Territory outlines for listeners the selected panel’s key objectives and invites Territorians to be a part of a month long series of seminars and forums.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 21 February

NT Director of the Australian Petroleum Producers and Exporters Association, Matt Doman talks with Peter Butler about the association’s preliminary meeting with Justice Rachel Pepper, chair of the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the Northern Territory.

Territory Talk, Monday 20 February

Peter Butler catches-up with renowned Territory historian and accomplished author Dr Tom Lewis to talk about unveiling a plaque to remember the eighty crew of Japanese submarine I-124 sunk off Darwin’s coast during the Second World War.

Also, a very special guest, Gary Luck in the studio performing an acoustic version of his song Blood on the Frangipani (when the bombs rained down on Darwin).  Gary wrote the song in memory of his father who fought in Darwin on the first day that war devastated Darwin in February 1942.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 15 February

From Gibraltar Charles Darwin University’s senior law lecturer Felicity Gerry QC talks with Peter Butler about a forum discussing the rights of children in the Northern Territory.

Health and law experts will canvas the rights of children in the Northern Territory at two events, hosted by Menzies School of Health Research and Charles Darwin University’s School of Law.

Felicity said youth justice, family violence, trauma and healthcare access would be among issues raised during the Child Rights Forum this month.

Territory Talk, Monday 13 February

Leader of the Opposition Gary Higgins talks about water allocation licences and the challenges of the NT taking a bigger slice of defence spending in the Top End.

Territory Talk, Monday 13 February

Morning host Peter reviews the first week of sittings with Attorney General Natasha Fyles.

Territory Talk, Monday 13 February

What is Valentine’s Day all about?  It is a day for chocolate purveyors to move more merchandise?  Perhaps it is a day for stationary companies to improve their bottom line.

Morning host talks with CDU’s Professor Wayne Cristaudo’s about philosophical issues with the day of cupids.

Wayne’s areas of interest combine the study of the nature of ‘human beings’, the history and nature of ideas and social and political institutions, as well as how these also impact on the different characters of peoples and nations. 

The broad scope of Professor Cristaudo’s interests mean that his work has always been interdisciplinary and wide-ranging. He has written on political and social theory and philosophy, metaphysics, literature, love and evil, the Western tradition. His research interests also have led to an interest in the social and political dimension of religion, particularly Judaism, Christianity and Islam.  His book A Philosophical History of Love was published in 2012.

Territory Talk, Friday 10 February

…AMONG THE KEY SOCIAL ORGANISATIONS WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO "enforce” juvenile crime prevention in modern times is the school, the others being the family, the community, and the formal justice system” writes Paul Omojo Omaji.

The Friday Forum with host Peter Butler and Susan Kilgour - Principal of Wulagi Primary School, Henry Gray former principal and education reform advocate and the NT News’ Jill Poulsen examine this topic and discuss the critical role that education and schools play in preventing delinquency and dealing with delinquent students.

Territory Talk, Friday 10 February

…AMONG THE KEY SOCIAL ORGANISATIONS WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO "enforce” juvenile crime prevention in modern times is the school, the others being the family, the community, and the formal justice system” writes Paul Omojo Omaji.

The Friday Forum with host Peter Butler and Susan Kilgour - Principal of Wulagi Primary School, Henry Gray former principal and education reform advocate and the NT News’ Jill Poulsen examine this topic and discuss the critical role that education and schools play in preventing delinquency and dealing with delinquent students.

Territory Talk, Friday 10 February

…AMONG THE KEY SOCIAL ORGANISATIONS WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO "enforce” juvenile crime prevention in modern times is the school, the others being the family, the community, and the formal justice system” writes Paul Omojo Omaji.

The Friday Forum with host Peter Butler and Susan Kilgour - Principal of Wulagi Primary School, Henry Gray former principal and education reform advocate and the NT News’ Jill Poulsen examine this topic and discuss the critical role that education and schools play in preventing delinquency and dealing with delinquent students.