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Tributes flow for legendary newsman Frank Warrick

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Tributes are following for legendary Brisbane newsreader Frank Warrick who died following a long battle with dementia.

He an extraordinary career which started back in 1976 as a part-time weekend newsreader.

He went on to have stints at both Channels Nine and Seven before retiring in 2001.

Seven News journalist Kay McGrath, who was his co-presenter, said she was still processing the news.

“I think there will be a lot of sad Queenslanders reminiscing about him, and him being in their lounge rooms,” she told Scott Emerson.

“He will leave a hole in a lot of hearts, I am sure.”

She said he was always well researched and he took great pride in his work.

“He was trusted, a voice of authority you could rely on Frank, I can tell you what he was meticulous about his work.”

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Image: Nine News

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