ONE NIGHT I’D RATHER BE WORK­ING

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GE­OFF Cox has plenty to cel­e­brate.

Apart from mak­ing a strong come­back from surgery to re­move a tu­mour from his bowel, Cox looks for­ward to fronting Chan­nel 7’s New Year’s Eve cov­er­age.

‘‘I just love the idea of work­ing New Year’s Eve,’’ Cox says.

‘‘This year they have some won­der­ful cam­era po­si­tions planned. The shots are go­ing to be as­tound­ing. We’ve got Lord Mayor Robert Doyle do­ing the count­down, Mel Hether­ing­ton and Michael Fel­gate at Fed­er­a­tion Square and Tom Rehn and Mia Greves out in the crowd.

‘‘I’m at the Lang­ham pool party— the prime po­si­tion for it all. There will be a show­biz wrap for the year, sports wrap and news is do­ing the year in re­view.’’

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