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News anchor loses his job after breaking news

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A News Anchor has lost his job in Victoria after breaking a major breaking news story in his area.

News Anchors in the state are required to report major breaking stories from their area and must report any information that could be construed as news to the local ABC News affiliate.

“This is a real shock and a really, really bad moment for all of us who work in news reporting,” News Anchorees at the ABC Local newsroom told ABC.

ABC Local says the decision to fire the anchor was made after a meeting with the local News Anchoring Council last week. “

It’s disappointing and really, truly sad.”

ABC Local says the decision to fire the anchor was made after a meeting with the local News Anchoring Council last week.

“The council was told that the news anchor’s report could have impacted the outcome of the vote and the anchor would not be permitted to work,” the council said in a statement.

The News Anchorers Association of Victoria says the move was made by a council meeting in May and has nothing to do with the ABC breaking news report. “

There was no decision made to remove the news editor and the News Anchorman from their position.”

The News Anchorers Association of Victoria says the move was made by a council meeting in May and has nothing to do with the ABC breaking news report.

“I think this is an unfortunate situation,” said David Davenport, president of the News Association.

“A news anchor should be there to cover the news, and I think that’s what this council was trying to do.”

The council says it is also considering whether to investigate the matter further.

“After meeting with a number of stakeholders including the news anchors and other staff involved, the council has decided to recommend that the News Editor be removed from his or her position,” it said in its statement.

It is not clear what the decision is going to do to the ABC’s business.

ABC Local has confirmed with News Anchores Association of Victorian that it is investigating the matter.

News anchor Jason Lezak says he’s shocked to hear the news.

“You hear this a lot, the news,” Mr Lezack said.

He said the news station has not heard from him since the story broke on May 23. “

If there’s something that’s going to come out, the last thing you want to hear is something that has a big impact on the news that you’re covering.”

He said the news station has not heard from him since the story broke on May 23.

The ABC Local News has contacted the News Channel for comment.

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