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Territory Talk, Tuesday 4 April

Morning host Peter Butler talks with Territory Attorney General and Health Minister Natasha Fyles about improving safety for remote area nurses, the long awaited  cyclotron to be built at the same time as Darwin’s long awaited PET scanner and, the importance of giving NT business a fair go with government tenders.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 4 April

Shane Stone, former Chief Minister and Australia's first Minister of Asian Relations and Trade talks with host Peter Butler and states the NT must build a diversified economy should look to re-establish its trade links in the region.

Mr Stone laments the past and says “..he never understood how successive Territory Governments could let all that work and connection evaporate. It’s not as though they replaced this endeavour with other activity or set a different focus. Rather they became fat and lazy on the ‘rivers of gold’ that came their way with the GST.”

Territory Talk, Tuesday 4 April

Federal Minister for Northern Australia Matt Canavan and the minister ultimately responsible for the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility speaks with Morning host Peter Butler about the perceived lack of any real action with Commonwealth funding attracting infrastructure investment to the Territory.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 29 March

Senator for Northern Territory Nigel Scullion talks with Morning host Peter Butler about the Commonwealth Grants Commission recommending a reduction of GST revenue for the NT.  Senator Scullion also responds to claims he has been avoiding the media and delaying discussing his role in challenging the issues facing Territorians who will be losing a substantial amount of funding from the Commonwealth.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 28 March

The Friday Forum with panel – Ian Kew NT Airports, Brian O'Gallagher NT Chamber of Commerce and NT News’ Ashley Manicaros discuss Darwin International Airport’s Preliminary Draft 2017 Master Plan and Environment Strategy. This is part three of three parts.

 

 

Territory Talk, Tuesday 28 March

The Friday Forum with panel – Ian Kew NT Airports, Brian O'Gallagher NT Chamber of Commerce and NT News’ Ashley Manicaros discuss Darwin International Airport’s Preliminary Draft 2017 Master Plan and Environment Strategy. This is part two of three parts

Territory Talk, Tuesday 28 March

The Friday Forum with panel – Ian Kew NT Airports, Brian O'Gallagher NT Chamber of Commerce and NT News’ Ashley Manicaros discuss Darwin International Airport’s Preliminary Draft 2017 Master Plan and Environment Strategy. This is part one of three parts.

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/