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Breakfast, Tuesday 19 September

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation are a Children's Charity that enables Hospital and Health Services Staff to make an immediate and tangible difference to children in life changing situations.

They buy essential and often life-saving medical equipment in Paediatric Wards, Neonatal Units, Maternity and Emergency Departments in over 300 hospitals Australia-wide.

This morning Mel invited Ray Martin and Paul Francis in for a chat. 

Breakfast, Monday 18 September

Taking place in the last month of Darwins heavenly dry season, the Darwin International Film Festival (DIFF) is an annual program of films and special events over 11 luscious Top End Nights, from 14-24 September in 2017. This morning Mel invited Tim Parish into the studio to discuss the exciting shows and events. 

Territory Talk, Friday 15 September

The Friday forum with panel Dr Chris Burns, Sue Fraser-Adams, Gary Shipway and host Peter Butler discuss the issues of the ongoing issues of anti-social behaviour across the Territory and the continued calls for a whole of government and community approach to tackle the ugly recurring motif that affects all concerned.

 

Territory Talk, Friday 15 September

The Friday forum with panel Dr Chris Burns, Sue Fraser-Adams, Gary Shipway and host Peter Butler discuss the Territory’s (and every other Australian jurisdiction’s) need for handouts from the Commonwealth and alternate ways the NT can economically prosper.

 

Territory Talk, Friday 15 September

The Friday forum with panel Dr Chris Burns, Sue Fraser-Adams, Gary Shipway and host Peter Butler discuss the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s call on the Gunner government to lift the on-shore gas fracking moratorium. And, the question for the panel is gas the panacea, or are there other options to diversify and sustain the Territory’s economy?

Territory Talk, Friday 15 September

Peter Butler talks with Drew Wagner from the Minerals Council NT about his industry its 3.6 billion dollars a year contribution to the Territory’s economy and the importance of balancing regulatory reform with timely government decision making.

Territory Talk, Thursday 14 September

Host Peter Butler interviewed Federal Member for Solomon Luke Gosling who MC’d Facing North, a bipartisan function held in Canberra showcasing the Territory’s goods to our southern brethren with the hope of stimulating much needed investment for Australia’s north.

Late Night Love Affair, Wednesday 13 September

Jih from Top End Nights interviews Tex Perkins from Australian Supergroup Tex, Don and Charlie, about their latest release You Don’t Know Lonely.

Picture: Mushroom Music Publishing 

Territory Talk, Tuesday 12 September

Are Australian airline cabotage restrictions forcing domestic airfares up for Territorians? Is it time to abolish the rules? Peter Butler talks with Terry Mills about the indie MLA’s efforts to lobby the Commonwealth and aviation industry stakeholders to bring needed pricing relief for Top End travellers. 

Territory Talk, Tuesday 12 September

Mornings host Peter Butler catches-up with Inpex’s Sean Kildare for an update on the colossal Ichthys project and to review world -leading scientific research to better manage both manmade and environmental mangrove die-back.