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Tomorrow in Tweed Daily News

HERE'S a sneak peak at just some of the stories that you can find in tomorrow's edition of Tweed Daily News.

Following Tuesday's story about low-risk births being sent to Tweed Hospital instead of Murwillumbah, Kirsty Noffke talks to Southern Cross University associate professor of widwifery Heather Hancock about Murwillumbah's new midwifery led birthing model.

Heading to the races next week? The Australian Red Cross Blood Service wants you to donote blood while you're at it. Peter Caton talks to the Red Cross about why they need your blood.

On the sports front, Jamie Gallagher takes a closer look at local rower Khaney Lakaev who has made it into the preliminary selection for the Queensland State Rowing Team for the Eight after winning three of his races at the Murwillumbah Rowing Club Regatta.

All this and much, much more in your copy of the Tweed Daily News tomorrow.




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