Rel­e­vant Mitchell pow­ers on

Sheen’s warn­ingng to younger self f

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ar­rives in Mel­bourne on Tues­day, ahead ead of his at The Ple­nary on No­vem­ber 3.

He will film an Ul­tra Tune e com­mer­cial while in town.

Sheen says he wishes he could have warned his younger self about the pit­falls ahead. “I would tell my­self to stop af­ter one or two tat­toos, I would tell my­self to never do these cou­ple of drugs, I would tell my­self to work out more, I would tell my­self to quit smok­ing shortly af­ter I started.” ed.” 3AW powe pow­er­house w will mark his half­cen­tury j jour­nal­ism in Jan­uary with no plans to slow do down. Mitc Mitchell, who is con­trac con­tracted to the sta­tion un­til th the end of 2020, will hit his mile­stone on Aus­tra Aus­tralia Day. “I started in jou jour­nal­ism on Janua Jan­uary 26, Aus­tralia Day,” h he said. “Who at age 17, whic which is the age I was when I start started, ac­tu­ally thinks they will liv live that long.”

Mitchell said he would not make a big song and dance about his me­dia longevity.

“I am de­ter­mined to be rel­e­vant and I think be­ing rel­e­vant prob­a­bly fights the idea of go­ing on and on about be­ing 50 years in the busi­ness,” he said.

“I don’t look back, I re­ally don’t. Some­one asked me what were the best sto­ries I have had this year and I don’t know. I don’t look back, I am wor­ried about Mon­day.

“I signed (with AW) a year ago for an­other three years so I have two more to go (with the sta­tion).” Break­fast king

con­firmed last week he, too, was at 3AW for the long haul, de­scrib­ing his new con­tract term as “more than five, less than 10” years.

Mitchell (left) was named Best Cur­rent Af­fairs pre­sen­ter at last week’s Aus­tralian Com­mer­cial Ra­dio Awards, bring­ing his to­tal num­ber of ACRAs to 21.

RAC­ING sea­son is also millinery sea­son in Mel­bourne with award­win­ning Lon­don-based milliner due to hit town for Cup Week. Her head­wear has been worn by the likes of

and rac­ing com­men­ta­tor

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