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Territory Talk, Wednesday 8 July

25 Australian Soldiers killed in the Vietnam War have never been returned home. They are buried in Malaysia and Singapore.  Morning host Peter Butler talks with Minister for Veterans Affairs, Senator Michael Rolandson about ‘Operation Bring them Home’, an initiative spearheaded by Vietnam Veterans Associations NT to repatriate those fallen diggers.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 7 July

Dicing with Doctor Death - from passionate euthanasia advocate to stand-up comedy Philip Nitschke talks with Daryl Manzie about life after medicine.

Territory Talk, Monday 6 July

CDU International Graduate Centre of Education researcher and lecturer Dr Brendon Hyndman talks with Daryl Manzie about his research into school playground safety.  Dr Hyndman has found that a culture of risk anxiety could be causing teachers and parents to metaphorically wrap school children up in cotton wool. 

Territory Talk, Monday 6 July

Jodie Cassidy Executive officer, Australia Industry and Defence Network - Northern Territory discusses the importance of retaining a local defence industry base in the Top End. 

Territory Talk, Monday 6 July

In his regular spot Chief Mister Adam Giles talks Territory politics and government business with Daryl Manzie.

Territory Talk, Monday 6 July

Mornings host Daryl Manzie catches-up with Member for Nightcliff Natasha Fyles to talk about opposition policies.

Territory Talk, Monday 6 July

Inpex’s Sean Kildare talks with Daryl Manzie about contemporary gas issues and production progress with Ichthys LNG Project.

Territory Talk, Friday 3 July

Former AFANT Executive Officer Craig Ingram responded to claims by NT Minister for Fisheries Willem Westra van Holthes that AFANT had been briefed commercial fishermen are still allowed to fish and operate inside the newly implemented Reef Fish Protection Areas.

Territory Talk, Friday 3 July

Daryl Manzie caught-up with Darwin’s very own Malcolm Smith who dedicated the last decade to restoring a war memorial where more than 1000 Australian and British prisoners of war died on the death march from Sandakan to Ranau in North Borneo during World War II.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 1 July

Deputy Chief Minister Willem Westra van Holthe talks about self-government and controversial fishing policy with Mornings’ Daryl Manzie