Part two of the Friday Forum - John Lawrence SC, Delia Lawrie and Ashley Manicaros discuss with host Peter Butler contemporary issues affecting the Northern Territory.
Part one of the Friday Forum - John Lawrence SC, Delia Lawrie and Ashley Manicaros discuss with host Peter Butler contemporary issues affecting the Northern Territory.
The NT News reported that a young mother fears it is only a “matter of time” before reckless hoons kill or hurt someone down her busy Alawa street.
Peter Butler talks with Sara about those fears and the car that almost ploughed through her front fence and into the yard her sons play in.
Following the interview a Wulagi caller expressed similar concerns and that his efforts to have the council take action fell on deaf-ears.
Warren Mundine, head of the PM’s Indigenous Advisory Council, talks with Peter Butler about his criticism of Federal Attorney General George Brandis’ announcement of a fresh inquiry into the over representation of indigenous prisoners in Australian jails.
Mr Mundine questioned which "dickhead" had thought up the Australian Law Reform Commission's inquiry into possible remedies to the incarceration crisis.
Felicity Gerry QC legal eagle with a three legged legal beagle talks with host Peter Butler about critical concerns with the indefinite detention of people with cognitive and psychiatric impairment.
Morning host Daryl Manzie interviews petroleum engineer Don McMillan who says "The title used on nt.gov.au website “Fracking inquiry” is inappropriate. The industry often abbreviates Hydraulic Fracture Stimulation [HFS] to “Fracing” but only in conversation, not in official papers.
Peter Butler talks with Member for Solomon Luke Gosling about revelations he and fellow House of Reps members were gagged during a debate on “backpacker tax”. Mr Gosling said “they (coalition government) immediately shut down the debate and prevented any say from the Top End being heard”.
Morning host Daryl Manzie catches-up with North Australia Senator Nigel Scullion.
Morning host Daryl Manzie catches-up with Australian author Andrew Patterson to discuss his award winning book -
Andrew knows first-hand about corruption, power, crime and sex. He was a Detective Sergeant in the WA Police, working in vice, and later was a Chief Investigator with the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption.
Born in Sydney, he grew up in England and France, returning to Australia when eighteen and soon commencing his career in law enforcement, and other government agencies. He now lives in Sydney and loves to holiday in France. is his first book.
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