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Territory Talk, Monday 13 November

Attorney General and Health Minister Natasha Fyles talks with Peter Butler about issues concerning, PFAS, the introduction of a Territory ICAC and the need to overhaul and reform the outdated NT Discrimination act.

Territory Talk, Monday 13 November

Morning host Peter Butler catches-up with opposition Leader Gary Higgins to talk about the proposal for a Territory ICAC and the absolute need to recruit an independent Commissioner with no previous political or judicial ties with the NT.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 8 November

Minerals Council NT CEO Drew Wagner spoke with Morning host Peter Butler in response to the Mining Journal’s inaugural World Risk Report which claimed that mining investment in the NT was perceived to be riskier for investors when compared to parts of Central America and Africa.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 8 November

The Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association says the Northern Territory is unlikely to see any significant investment in onshore gas projects next year following a decision by the independent inquiry into hydraulic fracturing to delay its final report by three months.

APPEA NT Director Matthew Doman spoke with Peter Butler and said the gas industry was surprised and disappointed by the announcement that the Pepper Inquiry’s final report would not be completed until March.

“What was supposed to be a 12-month inquiry is now entering its second year,” Mr Doman said.

“The final report was promised by the end of this year. We now won’t see it until at least March next year. Even if the fracking moratorium is lifted after that, it is very hard to see any significant investment occurring in 2018.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 7 November

Opposition Leader Gary Higgins talks with Peter Butler about the continuing challenges facing all Territorians. Issues covered included exorbitant fuel prices, Statehood for the NT and the perceived tokenism of appointing assistant minsters to-well- to token positions.

Territory Talk, Monday 6 November

Join host Peter Butler as he explores the notion of mining in deep space with Australian geologist and explorer Marianne Harvey who will deliver “Mining in a new space” at Science at Sunset.

Territory Talk, Monday 6 November

John Lawrence SC talks with Peter Butler about the Commonwealth government decision to award the aboriginal legal aid contract for Central Australia to Darwin based firm NAAJA.

The deal agreed to by federal Attorney General George Brandis will effectively see Caalas cease to exist after 43 years of practicing law in the Red Centre.

Territory Talk, Monday 6 November

Morning Host Peter Butler talks with the Territory’s first Minister for Arafura Games - Ken Vowles.

Following their election commitment, the Gunner government will re-introduce the biennial games in 2019.

Territory Talk, Friday 3 November

Priscilla Aitken CEO of North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency responded to Central Australian concerns with NAAJA winning the Commonwealth contract to provide Aboriginal legal aid to the Red Centre.

Territory Talk, Friday 3 November

Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service’s lawyer Glen Dooley spoke with Peter Butler about the Commonwealth’s decision to award the NAAJA the contract to run Aboriginal legal aid for Centrailians.