Morning host Daryl Manzie talks with Gary Higgins - Leader of the Opposition about smoke signals, abseiling from railway bridges and local footy. And, on a serious note – saying no to domestic violence.
In his fortnightly catch-up Chief Minster Michael Gunner talks with Daryl Manzie about contemporary political issues and as importantly football finals.
You're invited to Share the Dignity and Stand Up against domestic violence, beacuse it just isn't bloody funny!
This morning Mel caught up with Lisa and Elaine about #ISTANDUP
Have a listen and get your tickets TODAY.
Federal member for Solomon Luke Gosling talks with Morning host Daryl Manzie about the challenges facing the Commonwealth government in dealing with returning Australians who have fought alongside listed terrorist organisations.
Morning host Daryl Manzie talks with Minister for Education Eva Lawler who will chair the Council of Australian Governments’ (COAG) Education Council to discuss key priorities for education at a national level.
Daryl Manzie talks with Deputy Chief Minister Nicole Manison
They won! Mindil Fire from the Mindil Aces Football Club are the only all girls team playing in the male-dominated U12s competition have been showing class and determination for a group who only come together this season.
Mindil Fire Girls’ Aimee Ferdinards - Central Defender and Ella Hoy - Centre Midfield talk with Daryl Manzies about winning the grand finals at the weekend.
Director General of Asian Engagement, Trade and Investment, Jeff McAlister talks with Morning host Daryl Manzie about the exciting opportunities that 2016 October Business Month presents those looking to set up business in the NT.
Leading up to October Business Month Daryl catches up with Craig O’Halloran, Executive Director, Business NT, Department of Trade, Business and Innovation.
Charles Darwin University environmental management students have collected aquatic insect and plant samples at a unique lagoon outside Darwin to determine its health status. The nine Master of Environmental Management students collected dragonfly and damselfly larvae, beetles, water mites and other macroinvertebrates during the recent fieldtrip to Girraween Lagoon.
Morning host Daryl Manzie talked with Aquatic ecology lecturer Dr Erica Garcia who said the samples helped students to determine the health of the lagoon, whose year-round stable water levels made it unique to the region.