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Territory Talk, Monday 13 February

Morning host Peter reviews the first week of sittings with Attorney General Natasha Fyles.

Territory Talk, Monday 13 February

What is Valentine’s Day all about?  It is a day for chocolate purveyors to move more merchandise?  Perhaps it is a day for stationary companies to improve their bottom line.

Morning host talks with CDU’s Professor Wayne Cristaudo’s about philosophical issues with the day of cupids.

Wayne’s areas of interest combine the study of the nature of ‘human beings’, the history and nature of ideas and social and political institutions, as well as how these also impact on the different characters of peoples and nations. 

The broad scope of Professor Cristaudo’s interests mean that his work has always been interdisciplinary and wide-ranging. He has written on political and social theory and philosophy, metaphysics, literature, love and evil, the Western tradition. His research interests also have led to an interest in the social and political dimension of religion, particularly Judaism, Christianity and Islam.  His book A Philosophical History of Love was published in 2012.

Territory Talk, Friday 10 February

…AMONG THE KEY SOCIAL ORGANISATIONS WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO "enforce” juvenile crime prevention in modern times is the school, the others being the family, the community, and the formal justice system” writes Paul Omojo Omaji.

The Friday Forum with host Peter Butler and Susan Kilgour - Principal of Wulagi Primary School, Henry Gray former principal and education reform advocate and the NT News’ Jill Poulsen examine this topic and discuss the critical role that education and schools play in preventing delinquency and dealing with delinquent students.

Territory Talk, Friday 10 February

…AMONG THE KEY SOCIAL ORGANISATIONS WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO "enforce” juvenile crime prevention in modern times is the school, the others being the family, the community, and the formal justice system” writes Paul Omojo Omaji.

The Friday Forum with host Peter Butler and Susan Kilgour - Principal of Wulagi Primary School, Henry Gray former principal and education reform advocate and the NT News’ Jill Poulsen examine this topic and discuss the critical role that education and schools play in preventing delinquency and dealing with delinquent students.

Territory Talk, Friday 10 February

…AMONG THE KEY SOCIAL ORGANISATIONS WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO "enforce” juvenile crime prevention in modern times is the school, the others being the family, the community, and the formal justice system” writes Paul Omojo Omaji.

The Friday Forum with host Peter Butler and Susan Kilgour - Principal of Wulagi Primary School, Henry Gray former principal and education reform advocate and the NT News’ Jill Poulsen examine this topic and discuss the critical role that education and schools play in preventing delinquency and dealing with delinquent students.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 8 February

A CELEBRATION OF QUALITY TERRITORY PRODUCE, RESTAURANTS, TRADE STALLS AND SUPPLIERS.
THINK: TERRITORY SEAFOOD, MANGOES AND OUR FAMOUS ASIAN FLAVOURS ALL COMING TOGETHER UNDER ONE AIR-CONDITIONED ROOF.

The Territory Taste Festival is back for 2017 and we are EXCITED! 

Peter Butler caught up with Anya Lorimer to discuss this years event and the exciting guests that will be attending.  

Territory Talk, Tuesday 7 February

Morning host Peter Butler talks with Reece Kershaw NT Police Commissioner about the challenges dealing with a small cohort of juvenile re-offenders that contribute to over fifty per cent of property crimes.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 7 February

Just back from leave the Chief Minister Michael Gunner has an overloaded plate.  Peter Butler discusses pressing issues with the chief. Up for grabs – struggling economy, juvenile crime, liquor law reform and pub lock-out laws.

Territory Talk, Thursday 2 February

Lia Finocchiaro told Peter Butler that the Chief Minister’s response to the holiday crime wave that has hit countless Territory families, businesses and community groups over the past few months is weak, ineffective and far too late.

Territory Talk, Thursday 2 February

Morning host Peter Butler talks with Indie Member for Blain Terry Mills about his policies for meeting juvenile offenders head on.