Game on called for Father’s Day
MARK Cummins already won the Queensland Father of the Year title in 2012, well before one of his boys, Nick, aka The Honey Badger, started popping up on TV and bus-stop advertising – usually in his undies.
But The Bachelor, Nick’s latest punt on reality TV, isn’t a major topic in the Cummins house.
In Saturday’s edition of Weekend, in the Warwick Daily News, meet the single father who raised eight children, two with cystic fibrosis, and has fought stage four terminal prostate and secondary cancers for the past five years. In Mark’s own words, he’s not supposed to be here. But that hasn’t stopped him from going above and beyond.
Also inside, pool bars, palm trees, secret beaches and an endless summer – find out why Townsville and Magnetic Island are hot holiday property in Escape.
Plan a sweet surprise for dad with breakfast in bed: try our banana and blueberry pancakes.
Insta-famous fitness guru and mum Revie Jane reveals how ending winter hibernation with a fresh exercise routine can be as simple as putting one foot in front of the other.
Plus, Aussie twins Jonathan and Josh Baker make their big screen directorial debut in Kin,
adapted from their acclaimed short film, Bag Man.
All this and more in Saturday’s edition of Weekend in the Warwick Daily News.
ALL SMILES: Sportsmen Mark Cummins and son Nick.