Australia Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews recovering well from fall
Victorian Police Minister Lisa Neville needs 'significant operation', will be off work until June
Victorian Police Minister Lisa Neville says despite time in hospital, drug treatment and weeks of medical leave, the only option left available to her is a bowel resection.Ms Neville was admitted to hospital in mid-February due to complications with the chronic autoimmune disorder Crohn's disease.
Victorian premieris recovering well and on track to return to work in a fortnight.
Acting Premier James Merlino today said Mr Andrews' recovery from his fall last month was progressing positively.
"Dan is making progress," Mr Merlino said.
"He is walking around, but it is a long and at times painful recovery.
"But he's doing well, his doctors are happy and it's still around the six week period."
It has been four weeks since the Premier stated he would be off work for
Daniel Craig 'planning worldwide promo tour' for final James Bond film
The actor, 53, who will portray the role of secret agent 007 for the last time, is set to attend film premieres in-person when the movie is released in cinemas.The 007 actor, 53, who will portray the role of the secret agent for the last time, is set to attend film premieres in-person when the movie is released in cinemas, in a time when many stars have been making such appearances over Zoom.
Medical professionals will determine how the 48-year-old will return to work, whether it will be from home or back in the office.
Mr Andrews took to social media earlier this month to wish Victorians a safe and happy Easter and provide an
"I'm making steady progress and being diligent with my physio exercises," he wrote on Twitter.
"Also building up my walking and am up to about 18 minutes on my daily walk."
Mr Andrews suffered broken ribs and spinal damage after falling on wet stairs while staying at a holiday home on the Mornington Peninsula.
Premier Andrews on the mend after fall
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed he's about 18 minutes a day as he makes progress in his recovery after a serious back injury.Mr Andrews suffered broken ribs and a fractured T7 vertebra after slipping on wet stairs at a holiday home on the Mornington Peninsula on March 9.
He was released from hospital on March 15, about a week after he fell.
At the time of the fall, the premier issued a statement revealing theafter he was admitted to intensive care.
"A CT scan has revealed several broken ribs and vertebrae damage, and subsequent medical advice has recommended I remain in intensive care for the next few days," he said in the days after the fall.
Harry Kane 'prepared to push for a move away from Tottenham' .
If Spurs don't make it into Europe's elite competition for next season, Kane is willing to tell the club hierarchy he would like to move on with one of the two Manchester clubs the most likely destination.The England captain is reportedly 'running out of patience' with the team's progress and is 'frustrated' by a lack of silverware.