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Liam Bartlett announces he is stepping down from 6PR radio and 60 Minutes

Liam Bartlett announces he is stepping down from 6PR radio and 60 Minutes after Amelia Adams joins TV news program

He has almost 30 years of high profile journalism experience. 

And Liam Bartlett announced on Friday he will be stepping down from 6PR and 60 Minutes. 

No official replacement has been shared however Liam’s departure could be the reason behind the recent onboarding of Amelia Adams. 

Liam Bartlett announced on Friday he will be stepping down from 6PR and 60 Minutes.

Amelia has two Kennedy Awards and at the time of employment told TV Blackbox: ‘I grew up admiring the greats of Australian journalism telling extraordinary stories on 60 Minutes.

‘I’ve been privileged to learn from many of them during my years on the road, and am absolutely thrilled to be joining the team.’

 It has been reported the official replacement will be announced soon. 

No official replacement has been shared however Liam's departure could be the reason behind the recent onboarding of Amelia Adams

No official replacement has been shared however Liam’s departure could be the reason behind the recent onboarding of Amelia Adams 

It is currently unclear what is next for the 61-year-old with no further plans shared with the public. It has been reported Liam may further his career elsewhere or enter retirement.

Liam explained that he has had a wonderful time with the teams, he said: ‘It’s been a real privilege and an honour to be allowed to present the morning program in my home state and be part of the wonderful 6PR team. 

‘My time at 60 Minutes has afforded me so many memorable moments in the footsteps of some of the best in the business. 

‘I’m extremely appreciative of all the opportunities.’

It is currently unclear what is next for the 61-year-old with no further plans shared with the public. It has been reported Liam may further his career elsewhere or enter retirement

It is currently unclear what is next for the 61-year-old with no further plans shared with the public. It has been reported Liam may further his career elsewhere or enter retirement

Liam was recently in the media spotlight himself due to a controversal debate with his neighbours and the use of clear glass on balconies instead of frosted alternatives.

The star 60 minutes reporter convinced the council his neighbours’ balconies should not be enclosed by clear glass after arguing he doesn’t want to have to see their laundry and pushbikes. 

Nedlands Council in Perth voted in favour of maintaining frosted glass on the balcony balustrades of four homes opposite the TV star’s property, The West Australian reported.

It has been reported the official replacement will be announced soon

It has been reported the official replacement will be announced soon

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