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Territory Talk, Friday 15 September

Peter Butler talks with Drew Wagner from the Minerals Council NT about his industry its 3.6 billion dollars a year contribution to the Territory’s economy and the importance of balancing regulatory reform with timely government decision making.

Territory Talk, Thursday 14 September

Host Peter Butler interviewed Federal Member for Solomon Luke Gosling who MC’d Facing North, a bipartisan function held in Canberra showcasing the Territory’s goods to our southern brethren with the hope of stimulating much needed investment for Australia’s north.

Late Night Love Affair, Wednesday 13 September

Jih from Top End Nights interviews Tex Perkins from Australian Supergroup Tex, Don and Charlie, about their latest release You Don’t Know Lonely.

Picture: Mushroom Music Publishing 

Territory Talk, Tuesday 12 September

Are Australian airline cabotage restrictions forcing domestic airfares up for Territorians? Is it time to abolish the rules? Peter Butler talks with Terry Mills about the indie MLA’s efforts to lobby the Commonwealth and aviation industry stakeholders to bring needed pricing relief for Top End travellers. 

Territory Talk, Tuesday 12 September

Mornings host Peter Butler catches-up with Inpex’s Sean Kildare for an update on the colossal Ichthys project and to review world -leading scientific research to better manage both manmade and environmental mangrove die-back.  

Territory Talk, Monday 11 September

Morning host Peter Butler reviews a book that reflects on days of yore when HF radio ruled supreme and connected the widely dispersed remote communities of the Northern Territory.

Written by Charles Darwin University Nursing Museum curator Janie Mason and Senior Lecturer in Business Dr Susan Bandias, “Life in Radio Land - Stories from the bush before the mobile phone” is a collection of 32 stories from nurses, doctors, cattle station families, teachers, missionaries, radio-telephone technicians and operators, as well as a pilot, construction worker, tourist operator and hydrologist, from pre-World War II to the early 2000s.

Territory Talk, Monday 11 September

Opposition leader Gary Higgins catches-up with Peter Butler to discuss the Country Liberal annual conference and Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull’s whirlwind tour of Darwin.

Territory Talk, Monday 11 September

On the 16th Anniversary of 9/11 Morning host Peter Butler talks with Dr John Coyne, from the Australian Strategic Policy Institue’s Border Security Program, about the current terrorist risk to Australia and given Darwin’s close proximity to potential threats from our north, how prepared are we to deal with similar incidents.

Territory Talk, Thursday 7 September

Kris Haliday catches-up with opposition Leader Gary Higgins to discuss parliament sittings and voter frustration with the re-birth of the abstract Berimah Line.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 6 September

Kris Haliday talks with Charles Darwin University research fellow Dr Brett Murphy about Butler’s Dunart a tiny carnivorous marsupial, so rare it has only been seen eight times in the past 37 years.

The flesh-eating critter was first discovered by Aussie naturalist Harry Butler in the Kimberley in 1965.

Effectively monitoring the endangered meat lover has been significantly helped with research undertaken by CDU PhD candidate Larissa Potter.

Dr Brett Murphy is supervising Ms Potter’s research and undertaking research to help Northern Australia’s threatened mammals for the Threatened Species Recovery Hub of the National Environmental Science Programme. 

“Unless we can monitor species efficiently, we don’t know if the conservation actions we are undertaking are paying off for our vulnerable wildlife species”, Dr Murphy said. 

“This new monitoring method is much cheaper and more efficient than traditional monitoring methods and will greatly improve our ability to monitor and care for this species”.