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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Ruby Tui ‘I feel very lucky & extremely Grateful’ • Opening up about her tumultuous childhood and meteoric rise to sporting stardom, the Black Ferns gem reveals how her book healed her fractured family, the moments that still bring a tear to her eye and why she’s not taking a single thing for granted.
Trinny Woodall I Won’t Be Defined By Age • She’s the definition of “girl boss” – a woman who has not only forged her own success but dedicated herself to empowering other women along the way. Trinny Woodall has worked hard for all that she’s achieved. She shares her surprising journey.
“You Never Forget…” - Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton • Forty-three years ago, on a cold night at Uluru, Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton lost her baby to a dingo, and soon after, she lost her freedom. In an exclusive interview with The Weekly, she speaks about fairness, forgiveness and living with the scars of life.
Ingrid Hipkiss ‘I never reamed this was possible’ • The RNZ presenter reveals her rollercoaster journey to the top and why she’s so lucky to have her job on Morning Report.
Rachel & Bryan Finding our happy place • She’s the questioning adventurer, he’s the laidback optimist, and after 40 years of marriage and some individual struggles, beloved actors Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown have found new happy places.
90 Years of women in The Weekly • For the past nine decades, our sister magazine across the Ditch, The Australian Women’s Weekly, has been dedicated to shining a light on those making a difference. We revisit some of the incredible women who won readers’ hearts, lit up others’ lives and helped to shape a country. Our journey concludes here …
The Teacher’s Daughter • At four years old, Shanelle Dawson was told her mother, Lynette, left the family home of her own free will. But in a deeply emotional journey that lasted 40 years, she gradually learnt Lynette had been murdered by her husband – and Shanelle’s father – Chris. Shanelle’s father and his family have been the subject of court cases, tabloid news and hit podcast The Teacher’s Pet. Today, Shanelle tells her own story.
Mother Love • Robyn Davidson’s solo desert trek made her famous 46 years ago, setting the course for her extraordinary life. But before that, her mum’s suicide shaped the woman she would become.
The fundamentals of fun • In a world full of stressors, we’re all trying to get more sleep, more vitamins and more exercise to put a spring in our step. But what if the answer lay in a simple – and much undervalued – three-letter word?
The Good life • The Weekly’s November guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
Summer daze • Crisp cottons, lived-in linens and loose layers are perfect to slip over this season’s favourite swimsuits to wear poolside and beyond.
The retinol alternative • Retinol has been declared the gold standard for achieving youthful-looking skin. But did you know there are two natural plant extracts that can offer similar rewards without any irksome side effects?
It’s time to take a stand • If your body creaks, groans and aches more than it used to, using it differently could drastically change how you feel.
The desert effect • In perimenopause, everything starts to go dry, including your vagina. Here’s what to do about it.
Delicious dinners • Family meals need not be boring – liven up your routine with these simple and tasty dishes.
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