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THE armed guard bashed with a hammer while patrolling Victoria's parliament house has left hospital and says he's looking forward to returning to work. James Vongvixay, a Protective Services Officer (PSO) for seven years, suffered serious head
Simon Schluter Australian television legend Bert Newton is to be released from hospital after undergoing major heart surgery. Newton, 74, underwent a quadruple bypass at Melbourne's Epworth Hospital last month. A hospital spokeswoman said he would
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...A Nine spokeswoman said reports that Newton had been "rushed"
Bert Newton has been taken to hospital amid reports he will undergo a quadruple bypass tomorrow. News Limited is reporting that Newton is at the Epworth Hospital in Richmond with his wife Patti and their grandchildren. Channel Nine will air a live
Fiona Hamilton But nobody, not even his closest friends, knew Molly on a hospital trolley. "All of a sudden I couldn't ask Molly what to do," Yael said. "Every breath he took he was fighting."...He looked at Molly, looked at her and looked back at
In a personal letter, published in the Herald Sun , Meldrum has spoken about his recovery from the life-threatening accident and of his gratitude for all the support he's received from his friends and the public. "As you know, I've been out on the
THE Logie Awards have paid tribute to music personality Ian "Molly" Meldrum, who suffered a severe head injury in a fall at his Melbourne home in December 2011. The audience at the ceremony heard from stars including Sir Elton John, Red Symons, John
Brian Meldrum is reluctant to speculate too much about his brother's prospects, almost three months after Molly sustained serious head injuries from a fall. "Why would you worry about something that hasn't happened?"...Advertisement: Story continues
Epworth Gets New Clinic Fungai Lupande 13 September 2011 More than 300 000 Epworth residents will benefit from a newly built clinic in the area. The clinic was built by Medicines Sans Frontiers Holland and has since been handed over to Government.
The 15-year-old was taken to the Epworth Hospital on Sunday from the college's boarding house in Kew...College principal Chris Hayes said the boarder had consumed too much alcohol, became sick and a schoolmate did the right thing and called an