5 things you can’t miss this week
JELENA Dokic feels liberated.
While never fully healing her wounds, Dokic’s tell-all book has allowed her to at least exorcise some of her demons. The demons that came with being raised by the tennis dad from hell.
In the Saturday edition of Weekend, in the Warwick Daily News, read more about the tennis star’s private pain and how she dealt with the emotions that bubbled up during the writing process. And 20 years since his debut as The Naked Chef, Jamie Oliver remains a busy man.
Find out more about what he is up to these days, and the importance of getting back to basics in the kitchen, in Saturday’s Daily News.
EVERY Tuesday dive into the rural scene with your copy of the Bush Telegraph, free inside the Daily News.
Keep up with all the latest local market reports, read farmer profiles or catch up with the latest news from the QCWA.
You might even see a familiar face or two.
STORM season is fast approaching, and to stay in control, pick up tomorrow’s edition of the Daily News.
Inside will feature a 16-page lift-out, with information on staying safe in the event of a storm, what you can do to prepare, and how you can minimise the impact of the fierce surges.
SEE Saturday race fields and analysis on the major metropolitan race meetings in the Daily News later this week.
The four-page lift-out will be part of the Friday edition of the Daily News.
The fields will include information on recent placings of each horse.
THE Condamine Cup cricket season moves into round 6 this weekend with games on fields in Allora and Warwick.
See a preview of the games in the Saturday edition of the Daily News.
Scoreboards on Warwick cricket fixtures are printed in the Daily News each Thursday.