The Week That Was (5 March 2021)
Katie Woolf's The Week That Was Panel included; Health Minister Natasha Fyles, Opposition Leader Lia Finocchiaro and Sky News Matt Cunningham.
- Teens targeting seniors
- Danila Dilba launches legal action- taking legal action against the government and Woolworths. They think it’s necessary to have the decision reviewed.
- Fishing changes - Fishos will have to REGISTER to fish along more than three-thousand kilometres of the Northern Territory Coast. The move has been announced by the Northern Land Council.
- Park fees - It has now been confirmed that those, who want to walk the Jatbula Trail, the Larapinta Trail and the Tabletop Track, will pay $25 per night, up to a maximum of $125 for five or more nights. The new fee structure is set to be introduced from July 1 but Territorians will still be able to access walking trails for free if they are undertaking single day walks or runs.
- Code Yellow at the hospital - HEALTH DEPARTMENT STATEMENT - Royal Darwin Hospital experienced a peak in bed demand last week and as such has had to enact capacity management plans.
- Elective surgery: Surgery is scheduled according to clinical need with emergency and category 1 patients prioritised in times of high capacity in NT hospitals.
Listen to the full chat here: