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Territory Talk, Monday 23 May

The 24th National Model A Ford Meet is in town. Well almost.  Morning Host Daryl Manzie intercepted the large delegation in Katherine.

A national meet is held b-annually and it’s the Top End’s turn to host over 90 Model A’s and their avid owners who have driven from all corners of the continent to be in Darwin until the 28th of May.

Territory Talk, Friday 20 May

Friday Forum with panellists Minister Nathan Barrett, Local Barrister John Lawrence SC and NT News Parliamentary Reporter Chris Walsh.

In part one of the forum proposed changes to the NT Bail Act aimed at serial offenders in certain cases. In effect if a person charged with committing a property offence for the third time is presented to a court then the presumption of innocence will be denied and the defence lawyer must argue the reasons for granting bail. And, if bail is granted the charged person will be required to wear electronic monitoring whilst they are on bail.

Territory Talk, Friday 20 May

Friday Forum with panellists Minister Nathan Barrett, Local Barrister John Lawrence SC and NT News Parliamentary Reporter Chris Walsh.

In part two of the forum how can the community be protected from a small group of repeat offenders and what is the long-term strategy. Are bail programmes a part of the answer? What innovative measures are there in response to crime?

Territory Talk, Friday 20 May

Friday Forum with panellists Minister Nathan Barrett, Local Barrister John Lawrence SC and NT News Parliamentary Reporter Chris Walsh.

In part three of the forum contemporary measures addressing repeat offenders is discussed. And with four sitting days remaining before the NT election what can be done?

Territory Talk, Thursday 19 May

As part of Law Week 2016 the Law Society Northern Territory is participating in a national campaign titled Legal Aid Matters – calling for federal funding for legal assistance.

Fiona McLeod SC is guest speaker and spoke with Daryl Manzie about the important message that legal aid is so poorly funded that even people on Centrelink can be ineligible for assistance- let alone average Territorians.  Legal Aid funding has been cut over the years and the eligibility criteria has been made more restrictive.

Territory Talk, Thursday 19 May

Morning host Daryl Manzie talks with Law Society Northern Territory President Tass Liveris who has expressed concern about the proposed changes to bail laws. “Everyone is sick and tired of what communities see as the revolving door of jail. We have been on this path for some time and the community is no safer for it. These proposed changes are another step in the wrong direction.” Mr Liveris said.

Mr Liveris welcomed the NT Justice Targets and the report currently being undertaken into the justice system and how the targets can be met. “The Society is concerned that this announcement has been made prior to that report being finalised. We would like to see these issues tackled in a whole of government way with real targets and real strategies.” Mr Liveris said.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 18 May

Morning host Daryl Manzie talks with CDU Alice Springs academic Dr Don Zoellner who received high praise for a paper he presented to Australia’s leading vocational education and training research conference.

Dr Zoellner’s paper “Fixing problematic apprentice systems: there is never a clean slate” was judged conference paper of the year at the Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association annual conference in Sydney.

“It was one of about 65 presentations made at a conference that brings together researchers from industry, government and tertiary education sectors,” Dr Zoellner said.

“My paper compared apprentice systems in the UK and Australia, with a focus on the ‘who-benefits-who-pays’ equation.

“The answer to ‘who pays’ generally reflects the prevailing views about the role of the state, private enterprise and the individual system.

“Employer levies have been introduced in the UK to pay for their system, whereas in Australia we have government-sponsored loans that are shifting the cost towards the student.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 17 May

Do you want to do business with China? How familiar are you or your business with Chinese customs and cultures?

Territory FM’s Peter Butler hosted the Friday Forum with panellists Jennifer Xi from Chinese Connections, the NT Chamber of Commerce’s Greg Bicknell and Labor luminaire and former Asian Engagement and Relations Minister Kon Vatskalis.

Topics discussed all centred on the critical importance of understanding Chinese culture, customs and the protocols needed when doing business with Chinese partners.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 17 May

Do you want to do business with China? How familiar are you or your business with Chinese customs and cultures?

Territory FM’s Peter Butler hosted the Friday Forum with panellists Jennifer Xi from Chinese Connections, the NT Chamber of Commerce’s Greg Bicknell and Labor luminaire and former Asian Engagement and Relations Minister Kon Vatskalis.

Topics discussed all centred on the critical importance of understanding Chinese culture, customs and the protocols needed when doing business with Chinese partners.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 17 May

Do you want to do business with China? How familiar are you or your business with Chinese customs and cultures?

Territory FM’s Peter Butler hosted the Friday Forum with panellists Jennifer Xi from Chinese Connections, the NT Chamber of Commerce’s Greg Bicknell and Labor luminaire and former Asian Engagement and Relations Minister Kon Vatskalis.

Topics discussed all centred on the critical importance of understanding Chinese culture, customs and the protocols needed when doing business with Chinese partners.