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'Farewell and goodluck, Justin'
Neil Mitchell phoned the studio this morning to wish senior producer Justin Smith goodluck in his new role.
Justin is the new Drive presenter at 3AW's sister station 2UE in Sydney.
"From Echuca to Darling Harbour, it's an achievement," he told Justin.
"All the best, I want to wish you well, of course, and to thank you. We've had a very successful 11 years on air and you've been a huge part of that, you've made it happen.
"And we've enjoyed it - most of the time - it's been good fun.
"Just straighten them out up there in Sydney, would you?
"Thank you for everything you've done, I wish you all the success up there."
And from everybody at 3AW - Best of luck, we'll miss you.
Do the Sydney audience realise that Justin is NOT Rob Sitch?!Tony Monday 13 January, 2014 - 9:18 AM
Justin, all the very best , you will do really well, have enjoyed listening to you over the yearsMargaret Sunday 12 January, 2014 - 12:34 PM
All the best in Sydney.
I hope you and your family settle well there.
You were a good fill in for Neil.
You will be missed.
:ove Kylie xokylie Saturday 11 January, 2014 - 4:46 PM
Good luck you are a good operatorRobert Rich Saturday 11 January, 2014 - 6:48 AM
Good luck in Sydney, Justin. I have followed your on-air and off-air roles closely and you are a huge talent. All the best. I hope you and your family settle into Sydney life very quickly and I hope you make those 2UE ratings rise to "the good old days" heights.Greg Friday 10 January, 2014 - 6:25 PM
what a great operator you are justin will miss you down here at aw but guess what when people say the best thing to come out of sydney is the hume highway now i will say the best thing that comes out of sydney will be justin smith good luck matebc Friday 10 January, 2014 - 5:14 PM