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Territory Talk, Wednesday 29 July

Morning’s host Peter Butler catches-up with Chief Minister Adam Giles to discuss issues raised at COAG.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 29 July

NT Labor’s Natasha Fyles steps in for their leader to talk about Territory issues and a cricket carnival.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 21 July

Morning’s host Peter Butler talks with Dr John Boffa of People’s Alcohol Action Coalition who has called on  NT Police Commissioner Reece Kershaw to immediately allocate sufficient resources for Temporary Beat Locations at Territory take-away liquor outlets.

Dr Boffa claims the TBL are working but for obvious reasons only when they are manned.

Territory Talk, Monday 20 July

Territory FM Morning’s Peter Butler talks with Caitlin Marshall about her recent study trip to the USA. Caitlin is the first CDU Bachelor of Law student to take part in the four-week Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program.

Territory Talk, Monday 20 July

Morning host Peter Butler catches-up with Chief Minister Adam Giles to talk ICAC, Territory economy and the tennis term rubber.

Territory Talk, Thursday 16 July

NT Minister for Primary Industries Willem Westra van Holthe talks with Peter Butler about diversifying the Territory cattle trade market and also concerns with the draft electoral redistribution plan.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 15 July

In his regular segment Chief Minister Adam Giles talks about, amongst other issues, a potential million dollar barramundi catch with Peter Butler.  The prize catch is a new marketing hook to snare more tourists to the Top end. (photo http://www.fishabout.com.au)

Territory Talk, Wednesday 15 July

 

Morning’s host Peter Butler talks with Gardens Hill developers Michael Markrylos with wife Gina along with Urban Development Institute of Australia NT’s Dr Graeme Suckling.

The interview sheds some light on the proposed Blake street development and busts some myths surrounding the re-zoning of lot 7280.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 15 July

Sean Kildare from Inpex updates Peter Butler on the multi-billion dollar Ichthys LNG project.  The lads cover off on Inpex sponsoring the NTOEC (Northern Territory Open Education Centre) being built at Darwin High. And the huge size of the present and future tasks required with LNG production.  Sean also coaches Peter on pronouncing Ichthys correctly.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 15 July

NT Opposition Leader Michael Gunner talks about the spot re-zoning of a parcel of land in Gardens Hill and promises an ICAC style body should Labor be elected government at the next Territory election.