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Territory Talk, Monday 27 March

On Mornings, host Daryl Manzie interviewed northern suburbs resident Carrie Altamura about concerns with anti-social behaviour from drunken itinerants staying at the Salvation Army’s centre on the corner of Yanula Drive and Lee Point road Anula.

Carrie raised some questions with recent changes made by the Salvation Army who are now serving breakfast to homeless people and those clients staying overnight.

Breakfast, Thursday 23 March

PART TWO

It was such a privilege to have Ray Martin, Gorgeous Little Lauren, her Mum Sue, Rachael and Paul from The Humpty Dumpty Foundation in the studio this morning. 
The Humpty Dumpty Foundation do amazing work in support of sick kids and they are here in the Top End raising money for Territory Hospitals and Health Facilities to ensure that our kids get the very best care. 
Join us at The Humpty Dumpty Ball this Saturday night, click on the link to buy your tickets or make a donation. 
M x x x 
http://www.humpty.com.au/the-great-humpty-ball-darwin/

Breakfast, Thursday 23 March

PART ONE

It was such a privilege to have Ray Martin, Gorgeous Little Lauren, her Mum Sue, Rachael and Paul from The Humpty Dumpty Foundation in the studio this morning. 
The Humpty Dumpty Foundation do amazing work in support of sick kids and they are here in the Top End raising money for Territory Hospitals and Health Facilities to ensure that our kids get the very best care. 

Lauren is only 9 years old and she has already had 119 life saving surgeries and she is about to have her 120th. Lauren would not be with us today without the work of The Humpty Dumpty Foundation.

Join us at The Humpty Dumpty Ball this Saturday night, click on the link to buy your tickets or make a donation. 
M x x x 
http://www.humpty.com.au/the-great-humpty-ball-darwin/

Breakfast, Thursday 16 March

         

On today’s Sports Locker there was lots of....um....sport.....we think.

Adele, Balloons, Shane Warne and Billy Slater doing Wayne Bennet’s housework. 

Things got a little silly :)

 

Territory Talk, Wednesday 15 March

Peter Butler reviews an exhibition of unique artwork from Timor-Leste with CDU Art Gallery Curator Joanna Barrkman.

The Sculptures of Atauro Island will be presented by CDU in partnerships with the Timor-Leste State Secretariat of Art and Culture, and Timor Aid, and will explore the importance of a unique and isolated sculptural practice.

The exhibition features sculptures from the CDU Art Collection, the National Collection of Timor-Leste in Dili, the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, and the private collections of Maria do Céu Lopes da Silva from Dili, Michael Abbott AO QC from Adelaide and John Graham from Melbourne.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 15 March

Part three of the Friday Forum reviewing the Dan Murphy development - frozen in its tracks following the Gunner government’s surprise ruling restricting retail liquor outlets floor space to 400 square metres.

The panel: Ross Baynes - Director Property with Northern Territory Airports, Ashley Manicaros - NT News’ Business Editor and Dr John Boffa - Peoples Alcohol Action Coalition.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 15 March

Part two of the Friday Forum reviewing the Dan Murphy development - frozen in its tracks following the Gunner government’s surprise ruling restricting retail liquor outlets floor space to 400 square metres.

The panel: Ross Baynes - Director Property with Northern Territory Airports, Ashley Manicaros - NT News’ Business Editor and Dr John Boffa - Peoples Alcohol Action Coalition.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 15 March

Part one of the Friday Forum reviewing the Dan Murphy development - frozen in its tracks following the Gunner government’s surprise ruling restricting retail liquor outlets floor space to 400 square metres.

The panel: Ross Baynes - Director Property with Northern Territory Airports, Ashley Manicaros - NT News’ Business Editor and Dr John Boffa - Peoples Alcohol Action Coalition.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 15 March

Morning host Peter Butler talks with Gerry Woods about a letter tabled in parliament by Leader of the Opposition Gary Higgins.

The independent MLA says the letter written by the Labor Party to the Australian Hotel’s Association (NT) makes you wonder whether there is too close a relationship between the AHA and the Government.

Gerry said “that the issue of the Government agreeing to a maximum floor space of 400sqm as written in the response to the AHA leaves a few questions to be answered”.

During the interview local businessman Gary Coleman called in to refute rumours that his store, currently under construction, at Pinelands was not the centrepiece of the arbitrary ruling of limiting liquor outlet’s to less than 400 square metres.

Breakfast, Tuesday 14 March

LC is back from Japan! How was his holiday? Will he actually talk about sport? And what record does Mel hold in Tassie?