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Territory Talk, Wednesday 17 May

Morning host Peter Butler catches-up with DCM Nicole Manison to talk about a Territory wide initiative - Towards Zero - Have your say on road safety in the NT.

Breakfast, Wednesday 17 May


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It's HAPPENING!!!!! The City of Palmerston will fly the Rainbow Flag in Support of Australian Marriage Equality until we achieve marriage for all!!!!!
 Yipppppppppppeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, WAY TO GO PALMY!!!!!!!!
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Marriage Equality, in my opinion, is something we all should be fighting for. I saw this post on Facebook today and I thought now THIS is something we should be doing here in the Top End. So I asked Seranna Shutt, Alderman for The City of Palmerston. to see what she could do! And she is taking action!!!!! Tune in tomorrow morning at 7:50am to hear the verdict, will we be flying the Rainbow 

Territory Talk, Tuesday 16 May

Will torsional vibrations of a helicopter induce an early birth? Meet an inspiring Territorian – Dave Szyc.

Morning host Peter Butler talks with Careflight Top End’s Dave Szyc about his award as 1st Year Graduate Nurse/Midwife of the Year. Listeners also learnt about Dave’s role as an aeromedical nurse/ midwife delivering Territorians vital support in times of need. As the photo above attests no two days are the same for our winged medico seen here slung beneath a helicopter providing critical medical assistance in extreme circumstances. 

Territory Talk, Tuesday 16 May

Following a plethora of (gratefully welcomed) long weekends Morning host Peter Butler finally caught up with the Chief Minister Michael Gunner to talk about issues affecting the Territory. 

Territory Talk, Friday 12 May

Is anyone listening to the Territory’s victims of crime?  Is the government listening or are they too focussed on the implied rights of the offender? Morning host Peter Butler talks with Jacinta Stanford from Victims of Crime NT about the continuing trend of victims neglected within the justice system.

Territory Talk, Thursday 11 May

Morning host Peter Butler interviews Senator for Northern Territory Nigel Scullion who responded to NT Labor government claims that the Territory was forgotten about in the federal budget.  

Territory Talk, Thursday 11 May

Northern Territory opposition leader Gary Higgins talks with Peter Butler about the federal budget and the NT governments lack of shovel-ready projects that should have been submitted to the Commonwealth ahead of budget estimates.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 10 May

Morning host Peter Butler caught up with CDU Nursing Museum curator Janie Mason to have a chat about “bush nursing” in the Territory, International Nurses Day and the 30th anniversary of the Museum.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 10 May

Leading experts in rheumatic heart disease met at CDU as part of a national collaboration to wipe-out a life-threatening condition that disproportionately affects Indigenous Australians.

Morning host Peter Butler spoke with Professor Jonathan Carapetis and Kenya about the challenges and the inter-agency work needed to stamp out RHD.

Kenya from Katherine shared with listeners her personal experience of living with RHD and Jonathon concluded that RHD is both curable but more importantly preventable disease.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 9 May

Policy on the run? Morning host Peter Butler catches-up with Deputy Opposition Leader Lia Finocchiaro to examine the Gunner government’s liquor act review and questions the purpose of amending some aspects of law ahead of the announced review.