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Territory Talk, Wednesday 27 May

After tireless work and persistent lobbying all levels of government Vietnam Veterans NT Bob Shewring reports that the 25 Australian soldiers killed in action and buried in foreign graves will finally be repatriated home. 

Territory Talk, Wednesday 27 May

Alfresco dining in Smith Street Mall - gone, much needed shade from trees – going. In his  editorial Daryl Manzie’s questions – where does Darwin Council get it ideas from with regards to planning the progress of Smith Street Mall. 

Territory Talk, Wednesday 27 May

Earlier this year a Supreme Court judge criticised Darwin barrister Alistair Wyvill’s conduct in the Stella Maris inquiry. Territory FM morning host Daryl Manzie discusses the role of the NT Law Society who are charged with investigating complaints of serious misconduct against NT registered lawyers.

Territory Talk, Monday 25 May

The Chief Minister is asked by Daryl how he can rein in Treasurer Dave Tollner from airing points of view that aren’t consistent with government’s policy on the Fannie Bay racecourse.

Territory Talk, Monday 25 May

Member for Fannie Bay Michael Gunner shares his concerns with Daryl Manzie about the rumours surrounding the possible relocation of Fannie Bay race track to Hidden Valley.

Territory Talk, Monday 25 May

Peter Styles pours cold water on Dave Tollner’s suggestion that Fannie Bay race track will move.  Minister Styles stated emphatically that there are no plans to relocate the horse racing track and facilities.

Territory Talk, Thursday 21 May

Daryl Manzie interviews Housing Minister Bess Price about the demolition of Kurringal Flats and also proposed plans to address bad Housing Commission tenants

Territory Talk, Thursday 21 May

Daryl Manzie talks with Peter Donovan from Motor Traders Association NT about the massive worldwide recall of cars affected by potentially faulty airbags designed by Japanese company Takata.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 20 May

Peter Butler talks with Deputy Leader of the Opposition Lynne Walker about ice and marijuana drug use, Vietnam cattle exports, budget estimate committees and white sandy surf beaches.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 20 May

Peter Butler talks with Deputy Chief Minister Willem Westra van Holthe about entertaining export bans on beef to Vietnam, Katherine water resource allocations, and recalcitrant banana hoarders.