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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.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 1 November

As part of the Deputy Chief Minister’s weekly segment Nicole Mansion talked about the continued efforts of her government to keep pressure on the Federal Government to not alter the distribution formula of GST payments to Australian States and Territories.

Also discussed MyFuel NT, a taxpayer funded Territory-wide mandatory retail fuel price reporting scheme. MyFuel NT aims to empower consumers through increased transparency of fuel information and encourage greater competition in the Territory fuel market. The MyFuel NT website can be found at 

Territory Talk, Monday 30 October

Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association SA/NT director Matt Doman talks with Peter Butler about the Pepper Enquiry’s economic report on the potential direct and indirect economic benefits, impacts and risks of onshore shale gas development in the NT, should the NT Government lift its self-impossed moratorium

The report by ACIL Allen reveals a massive drop in projected jobs figures and potential revenue if fracking goes ahead across the Territory.  Whilst APPEA welcome the report, they and the industry dispute the Fracking Enquiry’s economic data and point to actual benefits in similar operations interstate.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 25 October

Dr John Boffa, as spokesperson for the People's Alcohol Action Coalition, responds to the Friday Forum’s examination of Justice Riley’s broad ranging alcohol review.

Territory Talk, Monday 23 October

Darwin Council alderman Andrew Arthur talks with Peter Butler about an independent study into PFAS, commissioned by members of community group Save Rapid Creek and undertaken by Sydney-based ALS Testing, which uncovered elements of the chemical in previously unannounced PFAS areas, including Doctors Gully and the Duck Pond.  Alderman Arthur also reported that dangerously high levels of faecal coliform were found in water sources at one-mile dam.

Territory Talk, Monday 23 October

Morning host Peter Butler talked with Steven Klose about an independent study that discovered disturbingly high levels of the potentially harmful contaminant PFAS in popular Darwin spots previously thought to be clean.

Mr Klose has called on the government to reset policies and procedures for dealing with contaminated water in the Territory.