Long-time Melbourne newsreader Peter Hitchener suffered a migraine during the broadcast.

Long-time Channel Nine Melbourne newsreader Peter Hitchener was unable to finish his bulletin on Monday night and was replaced after appearing to have difficulty reading his teleprompter.
A Nine spokesperson told The Age Mr Hitchener experienced a migraine and is now resting.
Longtime Nine newsreader Peter Hitchener experienced a migraine during Mondays nights bulletin.
The spokesperson said Nine expected Mr Hitchener would be well enough to be back on air on Tuesday night.
Mr Hitchener, a prolific social media user, assured supporters of his health less than an hour after he left the air telling his Instagram and Twitter followers he was feeling better already.
Thanks so much for your well wishes … feeling better already! Most grateful for your support, Mr Hitchener wrote.
Clint Stanaway replaced Mr Hitchener, who has presented the Melbourne bulletin since 1998 and recently celebrated his 75th birthday.
At the end of the bulletin, Mr Stanaway also thanked viewers for their concern and said Mr Hitchener was feeling unwell.