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Territory Talk, Friday 20 October

Morning host Peter Butler talks with prominent Territory barrister John Lawrence SC about the perception by some that the Territory’s justice system is imploding.  Also discussed, the ongoing concern with stress and mental health issues affecting practitioners of law and is anybody actual doing anything about it.

Territory Talk, Friday 20 October

Friday Forum panel Dr Chris Burns, Danial Kelly from CDU and the NT News’ Gary Shipway with host Peter Butler examine the Territory’s alcohol policy review lead by former chief justice Trevor Riley and flesh-out the good, the bad and the unknown issues surrounding the proposed 220 recommendations.

The controversial law that knee-capped liquor luminaire Dan Murphy from setting up shop in the Top End may be repealed and a floor price for alcohol introduced, following the release of the Gunner government’s review into alcohol acts and policies in the Territory.

Territory Talk, Friday 20 October

Friday Forum panel Dr Chris Burns, Danial Kelly from CDU and the NT News’ Gary Shipway with host Peter Butler examine the Territory’s alcohol policy review lead by former chief justice Trevor Riley and flesh-out the good, the bad and the unknown issues surrounding the proposed 220 recommendations.

The controversial law that knee-capped liquor luminaire Dan Murphy from setting up shop in the Top End may be repealed and a floor price for alcohol introduced, following the release of the Gunner government’s review into alcohol acts and policies in the Territory.

 

Territory Talk, Friday 20 October

Friday Forum panel Dr Chris Burns, Danial Kelly from CDU and the NT News’ Gary Shipway with host Peter Butler examine the Territory’s alcohol policy review lead by former chief justice Trevor Riley and flesh-out the good, the bad and the unknown issues surrounding the proposed 220 recommendations.

The controversial law that knee-capped liquor luminaire Dan Murphy from setting up shop in the Top End may be repealed and a floor price for alcohol introduced, following the release of the Gunner government’s review into alcohol acts and policies in the Territory.

Drive, Friday 20 October

Jason (KING SOCIAL) called into Matt Bern on Thursday to talk up the Beachfront Hotel gig thats coming up.

JB grew up in Darwin and learnt the art of guitar here back in the early noughties.

King Social have released their debut album and it's fantastic!

 

Territory Talk, Monday 16 October

Rural Indie Member Kezia Purick relays her concerns about the NT EPA recommending the Noonamah Ridge project gets approval.  The Speaker of the House also responds to a report on toxic drinking water.

Territory Talk, Monday 16 October

Peter Butler talks with Chief Minister Michael Gunner about the bi-partisan trade delegation to Indonesia, the latest police EBA, reports of toxic drinking water and a 250-million-dollar zoo proposal for Darwin’s Esplanade.

Territory Talk, Friday 13 October

Mental illness does not discriminate. It can affect anyone at any age and from all walks of life.  No profession is spared.

Host Peter Butler caught-up with Tass Liveris from the Law Society NT to talk about Mental Health Week and to start the conversation that solicitors and law students are three times more likely to suffer from stress and depression however, stress and depression are NOT a sign of weakness.

Territory Talk, Friday 13 October

Peter Butler talks with Paul McCue about the overwhelming rejection by police of the government’s offer for the next wage deal.

NT Police Association president said that over 80 percent of association members declined the latest round of offers and are calling on the Police Minister Michael Gunner to return to the negotiating table.  Mr McCue maintains “This is not about money, this is about fairness”.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 11 October

Senator for Northern Australia Nigel Scullion called in to share his concerns for Katherine residents and businesses affected by the legacy issues of PFAS water contamination.