The NT’s reputation on crime is having a direct impact on the ability to deliver healthcare, according to Leader of the Opposition Lia Finocchiaro  

Opposition Leader Lia Finocchiaro is calling for compulsory alcohol rehabilitation and proper support for hospital staff, amid Royal Darwin and Palmerston Hospital’s entering another Code Yellow.

She also told Katie Woolf there needs to be transparency on where the money will be coming from for a pay out to the former NT Children’s Commissioner Colleen Gwynne, following reports that the NT Government has reached a confidential settlement.

After the Deputy Chief Minister Nicole Manison revealed on the show this week that an additional two public servants have attended the Chief Minister’s trip to the US, Ms Finocchiaro says there’s a lack of justification as to why they attended.

She says the CLP will commit to disclosing and publishing costs of overseas trips if they are elected next year.


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