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Around the world • Our universe: The James Webb telescope set out to find answers, instead it uncovered more questions. Or rather, a question mark, spinning through space.
A name for themself • Max McKenna is out to prove that talent is more than just good genes.
Finding Strength in Spirit • Just when she thought she had found the inner resolve to live life alone, Narelda Jacobs has learnt love really is all around.
The Aussie jewel in Denmark’s Crown • More than any other, the love story of Tasmania’s Mary Donaldson and Denmark’s Crown Prince has been the fairytale that captured Weekly readers’ hearts. Two decades later, it’s just as captivating.
“How Lucky Am I? • When Emma Carey’s parachute failed to open while she was skydiving in Switzerland, she thought her life was over. Ten years later, she and the best friend who never left her side return to the scene of the accident to celebrate a story of survival and a friendship like no other.
Destined to Reign • To mark the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s death, we reflect on our favourite covers and reveal an astonishing horoscope that predicted her reign.
90 Years of women in The Weekly • Across three very special issues, The Weekly remembers the many extraordinary women who have stolen our hearts, lit up our lives and helped to shape Australia over the past nine decades. Our journey continues here …
A higher calling • For years, there was no vet serving the vast outback plains that Ameliah Scott called home. Living on a remote station, and owning a plane, she devoted herself to changing that, with soaring success.
What happened to Ireland’s stolen children? • Born into slavery, stolen from their unwed mothers and given a number rather than a name, Irish babies were being secretly shipped around the world right up to the 1990s. Two survivors of the notorious workhouses, now living in Australia, share their heartbreaking journeys.
“Something was terribly wrong” – Melissa King • She’d tried to deal with the discovery of a tumour near her brain behind closed doors. But when an unexpected – and very visible – side effect arose, Better Homes and Gardens presenter Melissa King decided it was time to talk about her health battle. She shares her journey exclusively with The Weekly.
How to live better for less • As prices rise and many struggle with rents and mortgages, The Weekly finds there’s much to learn from the past about living better with less.
The ultimate gift • After a devastating stillbirth, Michelle Harley and husband Jonathon were told it was too dangerous for her to ever fall pregnant again. But when two very special surrogates – Michelle’s mum and Jonathon’s sister – stepped in, their family grew beyond their wildest dreams.
The original food influencer • From meals based on wartime rations to elaborate children’s birthday cakes, The Australian Women’s Weekly’s Test Kitchen has had a powerful impact on the way that our nation eats.
It’s show time • There’s a new stage of life’s long journey calling our columnist … but it turns out the map has been revised since the 1980s.
My story “How I became a Balinese princess” • In 1977, Jane Gillespie was a regular Sydney kindergarten teacher looking forward to a holiday in Bali with her mother. She had no idea that, while there, she would fall in love with a real-life prince.
My Lucky Day • She’s now one of Australia’s best-selling novelists but Di Morrissey started her writing career as a copy girl on The Weekly, sharing her office with another new kid – Ita Buttrose!
Full house •...