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Territory Talk, Wednesday 6 September

Kris Haliday talks with Charles Darwin University research fellow Dr Brett Murphy about Butler’s Dunart a tiny carnivorous marsupial, so rare it has only been seen eight times in the past 37 years.

The flesh-eating critter was first discovered by Aussie naturalist Harry Butler in the Kimberley in 1965.

Effectively monitoring the endangered meat lover has been significantly helped with research undertaken by CDU PhD candidate Larissa Potter.

Dr Brett Murphy is supervising Ms Potter’s research and undertaking research to help Northern Australia’s threatened mammals for the Threatened Species Recovery Hub of the National Environmental Science Programme. 

“Unless we can monitor species efficiently, we don’t know if the conservation actions we are undertaking are paying off for our vulnerable wildlife species”, Dr Murphy said. 

“This new monitoring method is much cheaper and more efficient than traditional monitoring methods and will greatly improve our ability to monitor and care for this species”. 

Territory Talk, Tuesday 5 September

Des Crowe from the Australian Hotels Association NT talks with Kris Haliday about the Territory wide reintroduction of the Banned Drinkers Register.

Picture: theshout.com.au

Territory Talk, Monday 4 September

Darwin-based artist and musician Mats Undén talks with Kris Haliday about his exhibition Tonality in Time and Space.

Mats’ solo exhibition questions how music and printmaking interact outside their traditional frameworks and asks when introducing music and dance into the creation of visual arts, when do we move from one discipline into the other?

Drive, Friday 18 August

Todd Hunter (DRAGON) called in, and was able to handle Matt's curly questions. Matt who is a big fan kept Todd on his toes.

Dragon have been touring the country recently showcasing their classic songs and more.

 

Territory Talk, Friday 11 August

Law reform advocate and CDU lecturer Felicity Gerry QC talks with Morning host Peter Butler about working to tackle modern human trafficking and her submission to the Australian Federal Parliament. 

Territory Talk, Thursday 10 August

Darwin is less than 6000 kilometres from Korea and well within range of the bellicose nation's ballistic missiles.  Given the perceived lunatical ranting and raving from both side of the Pacific is it time to ask should Darwinite’s start digging deep to survive a nuclear attack from North Korea.

Morning host Peter Butler talks with Malcom Davis senior analyst with the Australian Strategic Policy Institute about that perceived threat for Top End residents and the wider implications for Australia’s and our responsibilities in the event of conflict on the Korean peninsula.

Drive, Thursday 10 August

Matt Bern talks to the old mate Vince and new mate Glen of Collegians. A fantastic new aussie rock band!

We asked them the hard questions about the past bands they were in, their partners, the unfinished business and more!

The new single Vacinne is now playing on Drive. 

Territory Talk, Wednesday 9 August

Morning host Peter Butler talks with CDU Professorial Fellow, the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG about his lecture “The inevitable tension between universal human rights and the three-year national electoral cycle”

His honour said Australia’s failure to establish constitutional or statutory law to protect fundamental human rights is “out of step” with other democratic nations worldwide.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 9 August

Morning host Peter Butler talks with CDU Professorial Fellow, the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG about his lecture “The inevitable tension between universal human rights and the three-year national electoral cycle”

His honour said Australia’s failure to establish constitutional or statutory law to protect fundamental human rights is “out of step” with other democratic nations worldwide.

Breakfast, Wednesday 9 August

 

This morning Mel chatted with Libby Larsen from “Growing Up Troppo”.

She has put together a fabulous guide to the “Pop Up” Food Trucks on the Darwin Foreshore.

A great way to experience a huge range of different, delicious food!

Perfect for the entire family.

for more information head to 

http://www.growinguptroppo.com/single-post/A-GUIDE-TO-POP-UP-FOOD-TRUCKS...