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Territory Talk, Friday 29 April

Following an Anzac Day attack Alice Springs Councillor Eli Melky tells Mornings Host Daryl Manzie that he is fed up with the increasing incidents of rioting in the town.  Mr Melky describes the streets of Lebanon as being safer than Alice Springs. Councillor Melky says the argument that council only deals with rates, roads and rubbish is unacceptable.

Territory Talk, Friday 29 April

Kate Carnell talks with Mornings Daryl Manzie about her visit to Darwin and the important contribution small businesses make to the local economy.

Kate is Australia's newly appointed Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman and is visiting Darwin seeking feedback from small businesses around Australia about issues that are impacting their day-to-day operations.  ASBFEO consultations are designed to hear first-hand from small businesses about what they want us to champion on their behalf.

Territory Talk, Thursday 28 April

Mornings Daryl Manzie catches up with NT Minister for Education Peter Chandler who said “at no stage did the Northern Territory lose Labor’s Gonski funding and that Labor did not implement the Gonski model.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 27 April

Professor Andrew Campbell from CDU’s Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods talks with Mornings Daryl Manzie about the latest research findings on mangroves and saltmarshes in Australia and beyond.

Professor Campbell said this included raising awareness about the critical role mangroves played in coastal protection, providing food and habitat for fish and other species, and supporting the livelihoods of coastal communities.

“Mangroves are ‘the thin green line’ that buffers our coastlines,” Professor Campbell said.

Picture: RIEL honours student Madeline Goddard monitoring equipment in Darwin Harbour

Territory Talk, Wednesday 20 April

The Bus Doesn’t Stop Here

NT Barrister John Lawrence SC speaks with Daryl Manzie about the issues caused by the lack of a bus service to the new Correctional Centre at Holtze located 30 kilometres from Darwin.

Breakfast, Wednesday 20 April

It's ANZAC Day this Monday, so Mel caught up with Colin Cole from The Palmerston RSL to find out what they had planned.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 19 April

Mornings Daryl Manzie talks with Matt Doman from the Australian Petroleum Producers and Exporters Association about US rancher and anti-fracking activist John Fenton’s visit to Darwin.

Breakfast, Tuesday 19 April

We LOVE Kate Cebrano! She's heading back to The Top End and She's bringing her best Boyfriends with her. 

Territory Talk, Monday 18 April

Territory FM Morning host Daryl Manzie talks with Shadow Defence Minister Stephen Conroy about the senator’s newspaper commentary on 11 April – Key partnership needs nurturing.