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Territory Talk, Tuesday 6 December

The Friday Forum with former Education Minister Peter Chandler, retired bush teacher and education advocate Henry Gray and Tabby fudge from COGSO flesh out contemporary issues with education.

1.            The results from NAPLAN and other reports show poor results for students. Is this a Territory problem? Do NT urban areas compare equally with other states?

2.            There is a perceived issue with a lack of parental involvement in remote and regional schooling.  How can more involvement be encouraged?

3.            In spite of efforts by everyone, why is it that we are continuing to have poorer student attendance in remote and regional areas?

Territory Talk, Tuesday 6 December

The Friday Forum with former Education Minister Peter Chandler, retired bush teacher and education advocate Henry Gray and Tabby fudge from COGSO flesh out contemporary issues with education.

1.            The results from NAPLAN and other reports show poor results for students. Is this a Territory problem? Do NT urban areas compare equally with other states?

2.            There is a perceived issue with a lack of parental involvement in remote and regional schooling.  How can more involvement be encouraged?

3.            In spite of efforts by everyone, why is it that we are continuing to have poorer student attendance in remote and regional areas?

Territory Talk, Tuesday 6 December

The Friday Forum with former Education Minister Peter Chandler, retired bush teacher and education advocate Henry Gray and Tabby fudge from COGSO flesh out contemporary issues with education.

1.            The results from NAPLAN and other reports show poor results for students. Is this a Territory problem? Do NT urban areas compare equally with other states?

2.            There is a perceived issue with a lack of parental involvement in remote and regional schooling.  How can more involvement be encouraged?

3.            In spite of efforts by everyone, why is it that we are continuing to have poorer student attendance in remote and regional areas?

 

Territory Talk, Friday 2 December

Tables turned – CDU Vice Chancellor Simon Maddocks inverts his monthly catch-up with Mornings host Daryl Manzie and interviews Daryl about his 15 years on-air conducting over 30,000 interviews.

 

Photo: TFM host Daryl Manzie enjoying a tipple in Alice Springs 2009

Territory Talk, Friday 2 December

Seabirds inhabiting the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Macquarie Island have been brought back from the brink of extinction thanks to one of the biggest pest-eradication programs in the world.

Charles Darwin University Professor of Conservation and Sustainable Livelihoods and co-ordinator of BirdLife Australia’s Threatened Species Committee, Stephen Garnett said that Macquarie Island, located between New Zealand and the Antarctic, was celebrating five years of being rabbit-free.

Territory Talk, Friday 2 December

INPEX: a year in review with the boss Sean Kildare on Mornings with Daryl Manzie.

Territory Talk, Friday 2 December

Dr John Boffa from the Peoples Alcohol Action Coalition talking with Morning host Daryl Manzie about concerns with a loophole inserted into the NT Liquor Act by the former government which could allow certain businesses to trade on a Sunday.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 29 November

With administrators appointed Larrakia Nation is facing tough times.  Acting CEO Allan McGill talks with Morning host Daryl Manzie about some of the complex issues surrounding the organisation’s present predicament. 

Territory Talk, Monday 28 November

Daryl Manzie talks with accomplished Territory author and historian Peter Forest about the launch of their latest book The World Flies in…and Darwin takes off!

Peter and Sheila Forrest, published the hardcover book to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Darwin Airport’s terminal opening.

Territory Talk, Monday 28 November

A Charles Darwin University law student has represented the Northern Territory and experienced the workings of parliamentary democracy at an international conference in Canada.

Mark Munnich joined more than 60 young people from Commonwealth countries at the recent 8th Commonwealth Youth Parliament and caught-up with Morning host Daryl Manzie to speak about the honour and privilege serving the NT and CDU.