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Territory Talk, Tuesday 11 August

The recurring revelations surrounding federal politicians travel expenses are not going away in a hurry.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has announced a five person panel supposedly independent of the government to examine parliamentary member’s travel entitlements.

The prime minister has proposed a new benchmark for politicians’ travel claims based on whether they would be acceptable in the business world.

Established business man, federal politician, founder and leader of the Palmer United Party – Clive Palmer has said the review is wanting and needs to include public input. Peter Butler catches-up with Clive to cover those issues.

Territory Talk, Monday 10 August

Peter Butler chats with NT Police Minister Peter Chandler who has spoken about his family's heartache over watching their eldest son battle an addiction to the drug ice.

Brandon Chandler's addiction to the drug was revealed after he lent Mr Chandler's car to a friend, who was stopped by police on Thursday and allegedly found to be in possession of 1.5 grams of crystal methamphetamine, the NT News reported.

Territory Talk, Monday 10 August

Morning host Peter Butler talks with Dave Tollner about the proposal to turn Darwin’s Frances Bay into an exciting waterfront precinct for tourists, locals and boaties.

The Territory Government has begun a market sounding process to gauge private interest in redeveloping the Frances Bay basin – aka the ‘Duckpond’ and the adjoining ‘Gobi Desert’ site.

Territory Talk, Friday 7 August

City of Darwin tell club not to look a 76 year old gift horse in the mouth

Fannie Bay Equestrian Club members are devastated about the surprise decision that the Darwin council will not renew its lease after 2020. At a secret council meeting the club has been turfed out.

Lord Mayor Katrina Fong Lim said council intend to turn the 15 hectares into a publicly accessible area and look after the long gone Atlas moth.

Peter Butler talks with Club secretary and spokesperson Allison O’Neill about the decision without consultation that has left members and more than 100 children - heartbroken.

Breakfast, Friday 7 August

Introducing Lindsay Webb, one of Australias funniest comedians. 

World Wide Webb fills your ears at 7:10am, Friday mornings on Territory FM Breakfast with Mel!

Have a listen to Linds chat about todays 3 B's!. 

Territory Talk, Thursday 6 August

Peter Butler catches-up with the Heart Foundation’s Healthy Heart Manager Bruce-Lee King to discover a Foundation initiative identifying the six major risk factors of heart disease.

It should be no surprise that one of the six risk factors that contribute to heart disease is physical inactivity.

Territory Talk, Thursday 6 August

Morning host Peter Butler speaks with Phil Walcott.  Mr Walcott is running as an independent candidate for Greatorex in next year’s NT elections and is campaigning on bringing unity back to the community.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 5 August

Morning host Peter Butler had the great pleasure of catching-up with renowned journalist, author and filmmaker Jeff McMullen AM.

Against what he describes as a “critical time in Aboriginal land rights history”, Jeff will deliver the 15th annual Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture at Charles Darwin University.

The lecture will focus on “Custodianship in the 21st Century” and will explore the Indigenous connection to country and pay homage to the wisdom of Vincent Lingiari.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 5 August

Peter Butler talks with NT Minister for Mines Dave Tollner about a feasibility study into a 1.7 billion dollar world-class mining project at MT Peake.

The site located 235 kilometres northwest of Alice Springs would mine vanadium and titanium oxide and be processed at a purpose built refinery on Darwin Harbour.

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.