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John Farnham underwent 12-hour surgery to have part of jaw removed amid cancer battle
"We are in awe of the incredible teams of healthcare professionals who have guided us through this very challenging time with such compassion."To all the surgeons, doctors, nurses and consultants – thank you one and all so very much," they ended.The star's surgery started at 8am on Tuesday in a Melbourne hospital and ended at 7.30pm the same day.John is married to wife Jill who he met in 1973 and they share two sons together, Robert and James.Following his procedure, Seven Network entertainment reporter Peter Ford explained that the singer had two procedures performed.Appearing on The Morning Show, he said: "The first was the removal of the tumour from his mouth."After that was completed, the reconstructive team came in to take over and there was reconstructive surgery because part of John’s jaw had to be removed as part of tackling this."The reporter had previously claimed John was given a "wake up call" by one of his sons, who implored him to stop smoking as he "doesn't want him to die".Opening up on his health three years ago, the singer said he was better off not smoking.He revealed: "I haven't had a smoke for a few months which I'm happy about and that's made me feel better."I'm still having a love affair with the occasional glass of red wine,"Speaking about smoking, he branded it a: "Stupid habit."It was a little easier to quit from cigars, but I'm better off not smoking, I'm a b****y singer for God's sake," he told the Herald Sun.In 2019, the hitmaker was forced to cancel an Australian tour due to a severe kidney infection and dehydration.Following news of his cancer diagnosis and surgery, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese wished the singer well.He said: "John Farnham has been and continues to be a great
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The Seekers hitmaker Judith Durham dies aged 79 after chronic illness luminaries, including the prime minister Anthony Albanese, have paid tribute to the singing sensation.Describing Judith as a ‘national treasure and an Australian icon,’ Albanese wrote on Twitter: ‘Judith Durham gave voice to a new strand of our identity and helped blaze a trail for a new generation of Aussie artists.‘Her kindness will be missed by many, the anthems she gave to our nation will never be forgotten.’Judith soared to fame in the 1960s as a member of the folk/pop quartet The Seekers, where she was on vocals, piano and tambourine.The trailblazing group scored a slew of top 10 hits with songs such as A World of Our Own and Morningtown Ride.With single I’ll Never Find Another You, The Seekers enjoyed global success, reaching number one in the UK, where it was the seventh best-selling track for 1965, and number four in the US.In fact, the four-piece were the first Aussie band to have had a top five hit in their home country, the UK and the United States and have now sold over 50million records worldwide.After enjoying record-breaking international success, Judith parted ways with The Seekers to pursue a solo career.She recorded multiple albums including Mona Lisas and Let Me Find Love until 2013, when she released her final LP, It’s Christmas Time.  Archie Battersbee dies in hospital after life support withdrawn, family confirmsSix arrested after 'lethal brawl breaks out at holiday park over football match''Real class' - William Saliba responds to Arsenal legend Martin KeownJudith was born on July 3, 1943 in Victoria, Australia, to a navigator father and his wife, Hazel.During her childhood, she lived in Tasmania and Melbourne, where she started her singing career in jazz clubs at the age of
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Who is Anthony Albanese’s partner Jodie Haydon?
WATCH: Anthony Albanese's personal messages to partner Jodie and son Nathan during his victory speechWhile she doesn’t really have an official title as it stands, we can expect to see a whole lot more of Jodie over the coming months and years as Mr Albanese settles into his new role.RELATED: Abbie Chatfield lashes out over election results - read here.She’ll most likely be living with him between the PM’s residences in Canberra and Kirribilli, NSW, attending flashy events and meeting important people on his arm.So who is Jodie and why is she going to be a woman to watch in the next few years? Keep scrolling to find out.Jodie and Mr Albanese (who shall be affectionately known as Albo for the rest of this piece) met in 2020 at an event in Melbourne, where they bonded over a love for the Rabbitohs.He called for any South Sydney NRL supporters in the crowd to make themselves known and Jodie called out “up the Rabbitohs!”.Not the most romantic way to start things, but soon after Jodie “slid into his DMs” on Twitter and made the first real move.“I knew that we both followed the same footy team, we both have a love for the Inner West and I think I said in that direct message: ‘hey, we’re both single’,” she told you believe Jodie “slid into his DMs” on Twitter?Albo, who had split from his wife of almost 20 years in 2019, wasn’t looking for love when he agreed to meet Jodie for a drink – but that’s what he got.“We had what I thought would just be a drink at Young Henrys in Newtown, and we got on really well.