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Territory Talk, Tuesday 22 September

Department of Education Chief Executive Ken Davies talks with Daryl Manzie about Direct Instruction Teaching Method, an aggressive timetable to commission a new International Boarding School and the alarming report that students suspended for illicit drug use is almost double last years figures.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 22 September

Morning’s host Daryl Manzie talks with Kezia Purich, Speaker of the House who says The Northern Territory minority government has embarrassed itself by failing to ram through new anti-drug laws and then pointing the finger at the opposition and independents through expensive newspaper ads.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 22 September

Newly appointed Minster for Northern Australia Josh Frydenberg tells Territory FM the Federal Government is still committed to developing the north and providing resources to further develop the north’s potential.

Minster Frydenberg talks with Daryl Manzie about the Top End’s geographical advantage on the doorstop of Asia and the challenges and opportunities that brings. The Minister focused on the growing middle class of our northern neighbours providing growth for many industries including agriculture, tourism, international education, energy and mineral resources.

Picture: Kym Smith Source: News Corp Australia

Drive, Friday 18 September

Matt Bern talks to Jon Stevens on DRIVE on the new album!


Territory Talk, Friday 18 September

Morning’s host Daryl Manzie talks with Kezia Purich, Speaker of the House following the turmoil over NT Attorney-General John Elferink's "slap" comment towards Labor politician Natasha Fyles and Treasurer David Tollner saying anyone offended by the remarks out to "toughen up, princess".


Territory Talk, Wednesday 16 September

Daryl Manzie discovers the significant contributions Dr Jayaraj has made to Indigenous education and high quality student support, while also contributing to cancer research.

CDU clinical sciences senior lecturer and cancer researcher, Dr Rama Jayaraj has been announced as a finalist in this year’s “Pride of Australia Medal - Northern Territory” awards.  Dr Jayaraj was nominated in the People’s Choice category, “Inspiration”, for his continuing effort to inspire students with unique learning environments.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 16 September

Steven Gerhardy from the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association tells Territory FM that the shale gas moratorium poses a risk to NT jobs.

Steven tells Daryl Manzie calls for a moratorium on shale gas exploration and hydraulic fracturing in the Northern Territory have no basis in science and ignore the industry’s strong safety record, Australia’s peak oil and gas body has warned.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 16 September

Daryl Manzie talks politics in a short week of parliamentary sittings with Deputy Leader of the Opposition Lynne Walker.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 16 September

Morning’s Daryl Manzie takes a look at NT cattle trade, extending the mango season and prawn farming with Deputy Chief Minister Willem Westra van Holthe.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 15 September

Daryl Manzie talks with CDU Law Lecturer and Criminal Barrister Felicity Gerry QC about the challenges and issues introducing legislation to Parliament for a publicly accessible website featuring the details and locations of convicted serious sex offenders.

Attorney-General John Elferink handed over the Sex Offender and Child Homicide Offender Public Website Bill 2015, (Daniel’s Law), to Denise and Bruce Morcombe.