Mornings Daryl Manzie catches up with MTA Executive Director, Peter Donovan, who says theMotor Vehicle Standards Act 1989 demonstrates a complete lack of understanding of the Australian car market by the Federal Government and significantly confuses the Governments message of Consumer Protection at all costs.
During Mornings with Daryl Manzie, Deputy Chief Minister Willem Westra van Holthe responds to claims the Member for Katherine had signed an offer to personally buy more than half a million dollars in shares from a Vietnamese company he had visited whilst on tax payer funded trips.
In his editorial Morning host Daryl Manzie critically analyses the front page story of Deputy Chief Minister Willem Westra van Holthe's interest with investment options in Vietnam.
Mornings’ host Daryl Manzie talks with Josh Frydenberg Federal Minister for Resources, Energy and Northern Australia about the benefits of gas fracking through regulatory process. The minister also talked about a meeting with the International Energy Agency and the outlook for energy markets and global demand for Australian gas.
Chief Minister Adam Giles catches-up with Daryl on Mornings to talk about the importance of government buying local but equally the importance of value in local purchases. Also discussed, the proposed ship-lift facility for retaining Defence repair contracts in the Top End and that the government will push ahead and pass a Transparency Bill forcing the disclosure of fuel price profit margins.
Leader of the opposition Michael Gunner talks with Mornings Daryl Manzie NT Labor’s economic framework they are taking to the next election. Michael also explained Labor’s proposed moratorium on gas fracking.
CDU’s very own Felicity Gerry QC talks with Daryl about Daniel’s Law, women in prison, CDU’s Transnational law workshop and comments on the Australian Human Rights report that condemns Darwin refugee detention centres’ mental harm.
talks with Mornings Daryl Manzie about Sub-contractors and ramping-up for 1500 more workers and more local contracts and spending.
To date INPEX has awarded contracts to over 1000 Territory businesses and today there are in the order of 25000 local workers at Bladdin Point.
Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Leader of the Nationals in the Senate and Senator for the Northern Territory Nigel Scullion talks with Mornings’ Daryl Manzie about taxes, education, NDIS and the creation of 300 000 indigenous jobs and reengagement programmes.
Just what is our Government doing about petrol prices in The Top End?
Daryl Manzie chats with NT Deputy Chief Minster Willem Westra van Holthe.