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Territory Talk, Wednesday 5 August

Following a spate of locaMorning’s Peter Butler canvases the idea of introducing mandatory recreational boat licences for NT boat owners with Deputy Chief Minister Willem Westra van Holthe. 

Willem assured listeners the NT Government has no plans to introduce a licencing system and preferred education instead of legislation. 

Territory Talk, Tuesday 4 August

Minister for Racing Peter Styles announces increased investment into NT horse racing with morning host Peter Butler. As Minister for Business he also discusses recent talks with Chinese investors and their concerns with Labor’s claims that the free-trade agreement will lead to an influx of Chinese workers into the Top End.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 4 August

Morning host Peter Butler talks with NT’s Leader of the Opposition Michael Gunner about his recent trip to the Garma Festival.  Michael also responds to Attorney General John Elferink’s weekend newspaper column claiming that an ICAC style body is not needed in the Territory.

Territory Talk, Thursday 30 July

Inpex Darwin is in full swing and Sean Kildare talks about the project and the onshore aspects with Peter Butler.  Also discussed is local community engagement and carbon emission  reduction issues.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 29 July

Peter Butler rocks with Darwin Symphony Orchestra’s Matthew Wood and Zep Boys' lead Vince Contarino and percussionist Brad Poulain about their sonic symbiosis regaling audiences with the best from Led Zeppelin.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 29 July

Deputy Leader of the Opposition Lynne Walker talks with Peter Butler about Territory politics paying particular attention to the perceived lack of transparency with government travel entitlements and accountability.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 29 July

In his regular spot Deputy Chief Minister Willem van Holthe responds to concerns of a withering public perception of politicians given the secrecy behind parliamentary travel expenses. He also discusses with host Peter Butler a prawn farm, improved electricity generation and the progress of extensions to Tiger Brennan drive.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 29 July

The party is over time for independence?

Former CLP Leader Jodeen Carney tells Peter Butler that new blood is needed in Territory politics and not necessarily with the introduction of a third party. 

Territory Talk, Wednesday 29 July

Following Adam Giles’ mention of NT Statehood at the recent COAG Peter Butler canvasses the idea with CDU Professorial Research Fellow Rolf Gerritsen.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 29 July

New Zealand Human rights lawyer Craig Tuck talks with Peter Butler about MULE.

Mr Tuck is part of MULE, a new group of lawyers, internet scam victims, cybercrime and media specialists working to track down and expose scams that are resulting in an increasing number of people facing execution in the Asia Pacific.