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Territory Talk, Wednesday 1 February

Peter Butler talks with Dr John Crozier chair of the National Alliance for Action on Alcohol (NAAA).

The NAAA is a coalition of more than 40 health and community organisations has awarded the NT the Fizzer.

The Territory was awarded the Fizzer Award by coming last out of all states and territories for alcohol policies in 2016.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 31 January

Calls to reform out-dated Territory murder laws have been welcomed by White Ribbon Australia.  Peter Butler discusses the matter with White Ribbon’s chair Nicholas Coudrey AO QC and President of CLANT Russell Goldflam.

Territory Talk, Monday 30 January

On the first day back for Territory student’s Education Minister Eva Lawler discusses with Morning host Peter Butler government policy and initiatives to increase school attendance.

Territory Talk, Monday 30 January

Attorney General Natasha Fyles talks with Peter Butler about decisions to continue limiting alcohol retail outlets floor-space to less than 400 square metres. Also discussed calls to the Territories murder laws.  

Territory Talk, Tuesday 24 January

Federal member for Solomon Luke Gosling called in to tell listeners that Labor still wants a cyclotron located with the much overdue PET scanner in Darwin.

Territory Talk, Monday 23 January

Amongst other matters, Leader of the Opposition Gary Higgins talks about the latest Commsec report and the Labor government plan to not secure a cyclotron as originally planned for Darwin’s long overdue PET scanner.

Territory Talk, Monday 23 January

Morning host Peter Butler talks with acting Chief Minister Natasha Fyles about Dan Murphy, Cyclotrons, rogue MLA’s and whistle blowers.

Territory Talk, Monday 23 January

Friday Forum panel, Jacinta Stanford from Victims of Crime NT and local barrister John Lawrence SC examine restorative justice and the perceived reluctance of courts and police in the NT to implement such a progressive practice within the juvenile justice system.

In part three the panel with host Peter discuss why judges and police are not implementing restorative justice in the NT.

Territory Talk, Monday 23 January

Friday Forum panel, Jacinta Stanford from Victims of Crime NT and local barrister John Lawrence SC examine restorative justice and the perceived reluctance of courts and police in the NT to implement such a progressive practice within the juvenile justice system.

In part two the panel with host Peter Butler hear from caller Debbie who experienced restorative justice first-hand.

Territory Talk, Monday 23 January

Friday Forum panel, Jacinta Stanford from Victims of Crime NT and local barrister John Lawrence SC examine restorative justice and the perceived reluctance of courts and police in the NT to implement such a progressive practice within the juvenile justice system.

In part one the panel with host Peter Butler look at restorative justice as an alternative to retributive justice.