The Australian Women's Weekly, NZ Edition, delivers hard-hitting news, gorgeous features, advice, inspirational stories and the best triple-tested recipes. It’s the ultimate magazine with something for everyone, while providing inspiration for women of all ages.
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Duncan Garner “I’ve been to hell & back” • When Today FM abruptly folded, there was anger and sadness, but for the network’s biggest star, renowned broadcaster Duncan Garner, the shock job loss was yet another devastating blow. For the past five years, the television and radio presenter has been fighting a very personal battle – one that almost broke him. From the devastation of divorce to courtroom dramas and behind-the-scenes struggles, he finally shares what’s really been going on.
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 rule.
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.
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.
My Lucky Day • She’s now a best-selling novelist but Di Morrissey started her writing career as a copy girl on The Weekly. Here the talented writer looks back on those times.
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.
Full house • Sleepovers don’t end just because the kids are all grown up, our columnist discovers.
The Good life
Colour your world • Make a powerful statement with rich, vivid hues – be they prints or solid blocks – that can’t help being stylish.
Timeless beauty • Trends come and go but true style never tires. Inspired by classic covers from The Weekly, these five iconic make-up looks have truly stood the test of time.
Can You change your biological age? • If you feel like time is ticking too fast, take heart – turning back the clock is no longer a sci-fi fantasy.
Life after betrayal • Broken trust can take on many forms, but there’s always one common denominator – a feeling of hurt that can last for decades.
Jamie’s Mediterranean magic • Jamie Oliver makes everyday food super-exciting but with minimal fuss. This month, he shares recipes inspired by his travels around the Mediterranean and celebrates simple bold flavours.
Maggie’s treasured recipes • Our beloved Maggie Beer shares her cherished classics.
Spring greens • Embrace the change of season in your everyday cooking with our warm-weather dishes that celebrate vibrant spring vegetables.
Let’s celebrate with cake • A stunning cake filled with custard cream kisses, crowned with raspberries and a fleck of gold leaf, it’s a sumptuous choice for a special celebration.
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5-minute philosopher • Broadcaster Mary Lambie stars in the new series of Celebrity Treasure Island, premiering September 18 on TVNZ 2.