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Territory Talk, Thursday 15 February

Associate Professor Natasha Stacey is natural resources-based livelihoods expert at CDU’s Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods.

 

Natasha currently oversees six female PhD candidates, including Ms Gibson, who spend months at a time embedded in remote parts of Indonesia, Timor-Leste, and Sri Lanka.

 

“Social science research projects in developing countries, where we aim to help alleviate poverty, are extremely challenging and women seem to excel at them,”

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Territory Talk, Thursday 15 February

Keeping the kids happy and entertained is a challenge. If you're looking for a little "Edu-tainment" for your little ones, Kajal from Dream City has 3 fantastic "apps" that might help you out. 

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Territory Talk, Thursday 15 February

How do we say good by to Matthew Wood from The Darwin Symphony Orchestra? It's not easy, thats for sure.

But an EPIC night filled with his favourite music and memories sounds like a good start.

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Territory Talk, Wednesday 14 February

Do you suffer from the "My Kitchen Rules Effect"? 

Chris Smoje thinks that maybe you do........

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Territory Talk, Wednesday 14 February

Are you wanting to pay down your debt, be it credit cards or your mortgage. Jodie tells us how. 

Connect with Jodie today, http://www.equisgroup.com.au/speakers-1/jodie-nolan

 

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Territory Talk, Wednesday 14 February

Are you LOVING MKR and Married at First Sight!!!! 

Áine Ryan from thefix.nine.com.au keeps us up to date with all the drama.

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Territory Talk, Wednesday 14 February

Happy valentines Day from the Darwin Library. Stacey Rosser wants you to fall in love with literature.

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Territory Talk, Wednesday 14 February

ASK AN EXPERT: Mel chats with Professor Keith Christian, Evolutionary Biologist. 

New research at Charles Darwin University has revealed the secretive bacteria helping cane toads survive Australia’s harsh environment.

A research team has sampled bacteria living on the skin of about 100 toads in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia, over a distance of 2500km.

Evolutionary biologist Professor Keith Christian said cane toads had some control over their skin microbes by controlling their skin chemistry.

http://cdu.edu.au/newsroom/evolution

 

Territory Talk, Wednesday 14 February

Tech Talk with Dante St James from https://www.clickstarter.com.au

Do you need to spend $1000 to get a great "Smart Phone"?

And just how good is the new Apple Home Pod?

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Territory Talk, Wednesday 14 February

Tristar has opened a fantastic new clinic in Palmerston. Dr Bernie Westley tells us more........