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He was placed under intensive care in a critical condition at the Alfred Hospital and had surgery for his head and spinal injuries.

By April 2012 he had recovered enough to give interviews and resume work duties.

Meldrum has featured on the Australian music scene since the mid-1960s, first with his writing for Go-Set (1966–74), a weekly teen newspaper, then his tenure with Countdown and subsequent media contributions.

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