";s:4:"text";s:8482:" Those attributes combined with his sense of adventure led him on a trip to Russia where he met a girl who had similar attributes whom he was lucky enough to marry. She is now Minister for Territory Families and Urban Housing; Minister for Disabilities; Minister for Sport; Minister for Multicultural Affairs. Originally from Kolkata, Sanj (as she’s known) grew up in an interesting household by Australian standards. Elisha talks about her journey from growing up in Townsville to moving to Brisbane after getting her degree in Structural Engineering and then to Sydney to do her PhD. Joel was a Northern Territory Schoolboys representative in 1993 when he was named in the All-Australian Schoolboy’s team, winning the J.L Williams Medal … Click here to request Getty Images Premium Access through IBM Creative Design Services. He’s been a farmer, a school principal, a politician and even the Chief Minister of the Northern Territory. After high school she accepted a position with the Australian Broadcasting Commission and was a newsreader in Darwin for many years. In the Federal election this year, the Northern Territory had the worst voter turnout in the country; and this is in a country where voting is compulsory. Nick Gowen is a Partner and commercial litigation lawyer with Burke Warren MacKay and Serritella, an impressive law firm in Chicago, USA. He also has a degree in Economics, has been a bank manager and run the reptile exhibits at Crocosaurus Cove in the Darwin CBD.
After years in banking and lending, Tony is now having a tilt at politics and will be running as the CLP candidate for the seat of Casuarina in the next Territory election. He is certainly bold and fearless, and on this episode, we first get Peter’s ‘Territory Story’, which includes his connection to Greece and Cyprus and then, somehow, we meander into some sensitive areas including mothers, religion and politics. After a brief stint as an Alderman, Athina was elected Mayor in 2018. In the first part of the show Brian talks about how he came to Darwin and what it’s like being a migration agent. In this bonus episode we speak with Quentin Kilian, CEO of the Real Estate Institute of the Northern Territory.
This is Kate’s Territory Story. Adam Drake is an ordinary guy taking on an extraordinary challenge. The life of a migrant is a mixture of hope and sadness. Lorri shares her story of growing up in Nebraska and then her career in law firm administration in Denver. Anke Nagel was born in Munich, Germany. She moved to the NT after finishing her studies and has run a number of veterinary businesses including winning Telstra Business of the Year. Athina moved to Darwin from Sydney in 2004 (to escape the cold weather). Having spent his whole life in the Territory including hiding under the bed as a four year old during cyclone Tracy, Steven shares his life story. Buckle up as the boys take you on a thrilling ride. 4. She is truly passionate about the Territory. In the fifty years he was away from Darwin, he never stopped thinking about it and his yearning to return culminated in an opportunity to take up the position of Justice of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory in 1986. With part time employment secured he enrolled in Charles Darwin University and is now completing a degree in accounting. Kendall Trudgen is the Greens candidate for Casuarina in the upcoming Territory election. 7. Brian now commutes between Maryborough and Darwin.
Faced with the challenges of living in the afterbirth of a new nation, Deidre and her family made the decision to migrate to Darwin, Australia. What makes Bob particularly unique is that he has worked for both the Commonwealth and the Northern Territory under both Liberal and Labor governments. It’s a testament to the tenacity and courage of the international student community in the Territory. It’s the story of Venessa’s Territory and is out now on the Boundless Possible podcast. Brian Kelleher was born and raised in Maryborough and then lived and worked in Sydney as a migration agent. Andrea shares her interest in 80’s music, her involvement in the LGBTQI community and her views on unconscious bias. It’s an inspirational story for all of us trying to work through these challenging times. After several years working as a real estate agent selling not just houses but cattle stations too, she stepped in the role of being a business owner. Brian is now running as the CLP candidate for Karama in the current Territory election. This is truly a boundless possible story and one that should bring all Territorians pride about where we live and what we have to offer. But Matt is not your average guy, he is a thinker and is genuinely kind. We speak with Nick about growing up in Chicago, African American history, politics and how Covid-19 is affecting life there. Gavin talks about his life, growing up in Adelaide and coming to Darwin via a few outback stops and his love of reptiles. In 1993 he was appointed Administrator. AJ has gone on to become a professional speaker with a passion for entrepreneurship. On this episode we interview a young Territory entrepreneur. He loves flying at the front of the aircraft and Matt knows all the tricks of the frequent flyer programs to get there. Il contratto Premium Access del tuo team sta per scadere. Stephanie Stonier - Fracking in the Territory.
He has written several books including two on the bombing of Darwin. It makes for some hysterical conversation.
Our aim is to bring you authentic and engaging conversation. Here’s a link to access to the written questions and answers: https://www.wardkeller.com.au/publications/covid-19-and-employment-law-3/, 60. Born in Sydney he grew up in Longreach, Queensland. 113. Leon and Peter discuss the outcome of the election, the lessons both parties are likely to take away from it and the implications for the Northern Territory.