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- Kaz on Computer systems to cost Australians ... Neil, on current performance the govt will not spend any money on needy people only take away as in pensioners. 12bn $ on ... more
- Canberra Observer on Computer systems to cost Australians ... Australians should be very worried at what the ALP has done to this country and where its internal operation is now under ... more
- Arthur Hiliard on Buddy smashes girlfriend's car Just another day in the life of 3AW's "heroes". Another role model for our kids the station will be championing and ... more
- Mark on Buddy smashes girlfriend's car Buddy's insurance premium next year is going to take a good hit out of his million dollar salary. more
- Janet P on Family hold silent vigil for murdered ... Remove the word Domestic.Violence is Violence. Our justice system is a JOKE more
- Greg on Barry O'Farrell quits, but keeps PM ... About time some Politician has been caught out at a Royal Commission or Inquiry,all they ever say is I don't remember or ... more
- Lukew on Barry O'Farrell quits, but keeps PM ... So you can waste billions of dollars of tax payers money mis-managing just about everything - federal and state - and be ... more
- Gazza on Barry O'Farrell quits, but keeps PM ... Standard liberal behaviour more
- boofa on Barry O'Farrell quits, but keeps PM ... PIGS, TROUGH , SNOUT.Lets cover this one up Tony. more
- Sir Matt of the 1950's on Barry O'Farrell quits, but keeps PM ... Lucky Mitchell & little Tommy Elliott are on holidays(again, more holidays than teachers & construction workers they harp on ... more
- Lisa on Commonwealth Bank customers can't ... Australia Post can't take ANY credit cards, because their Eftpos is with Commonwealth. So... People trying to lodge mail ... more
- Milton on Surprise, surprise: Petrol price pain ... It hit $1.71 cents per Litre yesterday in Sydney. So wait for it. more
- Gazza on New way to snap naughty drivers Robert hills comment say it all"we know motorists are quick to put their phone down and put their seatbelt on when they see ... more
- Milton on Senate circus 'not healthy for ... Are you blocking all comments about Clive or just the positive ones? more
- Dame Mylene on Senate circus 'not healthy for ... Clive Palmer's now the unofficial Prime Minister of Australia. Fun times ahead, Mr Abbott. more
- Milton on Senate circus 'not healthy for ... Neil: At least Clive knows how to build businesses and not tear them down. more
- Hooksy from the Country on Senate circus 'not healthy for ... Buffoon - pot, kettle, black ...... more
Bert Newton to undergo emergency heart surgery
Bert Newton is in hospital awaiting to undergo emergency heart surgery.
The TV legend will have a life saving quadruple bypass on Saturday.
Channel 9 Reporter Tony Jones says the 74-year-old was experiencing chest pains before being admitted into the Epworth Hospital on Wednesday.
Newton told the reporter "I couldn’t say I'm scared ... I'm apprehensive,"
"I've got a family I want to be with for a long time. I've got a good attitude."
Newton has a history of heart and lung problems and has been taken to hospital twice in the past 18 months.
More to come.
Channel 9 confirm Bert Newton has been rushed to hospital. They will be sending out an update shortly. Our thoughts are with him.— 3AW Melbourne (@3AW693) November 23, 2012
Neil, my wife was rushed to surgery at the Royal melbourne, with 5 open heart bypasses earlier this year, discharged after 4 days, walked a short distance day 5 for some fresh air and a coffee in town, full recovery in 6 months, never made the news, and thousands of these operations have been performed, Bert is just another one.gez Sunday 25 November, 2012 - 9:41 AM
dear bert. i am offering prayers for you and your family. i hope you have a speedy recovery. best wishes. god bless . marie williamsonmarie williamson Friday 23 November, 2012 - 8:07 PM