The Week That Was 13th April 2018
Today on The Week That Was Katie Woolf was joined by Deputy Leader of the Opposition Lia Finocchiaro, Deputy Chief Minister Nicole Manison, Independent Member for Nelson Gerry Wood and Sky News Reporter Matt Cunningham.
They discussed The Royal visit to Darwin this week, China Flights as the Chief Minister, Michael Gunner announced today the first-ever flights from China to Darwin.
Donghai Airlines will start the direct non-stop service from Shenzhen from Wednesday 30 May 2018.
They also discussed Indigenous housing as there is a housing funding dispute between the Territory and federal governments at the moment involving the Territory and federal Government.
GST & Fracking were again on the agenda as for 360 today. We heard the concerning news that the Territory is facing another massive decrease to the GST with a $1.4 billion drop to GST revenues over the forward estimates.
The also spoke about child sex offences as police this week charged an employee of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet with child sexual abuse.