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Fred’s vision lives on • Everyone, rich or poor, would have the right to high-quality and affordable eye care.
“We want to live in peace.” • On the morning of October 7, the residents of Israel woke to terror, and it did not end there. As the conflict unfolds in both Israel and Gaza, The Weekly speaks with women whose lives have been shattered by violence.
Miranda Tapsell • It’s been the steepest of learning curves as well as the most joyous accomplishment, but being a mum isn’t the only thing that defines her. Miranda Tapsell tells The Weekly about her greatest role to date.
Family Feud The Rinehart Story • As Gina Rinehart’s family engages in a pitched battle in the Western Australian courts, The Weekly examines the life of the matriarch whose immense fortune is tearing her family apart.
Helen Mirren “Throw Caution To The Winds!” • From her film roles to her fashion choices, Helen Mirren is living life more boldly than ever, and inspiring women young and old to do the same.
Every 12 weeks a vet takes their own life • There is an unspoken mental health crisis gripping the veterinarian industry. With suicide rates rocketing, Sophie Putland’s parents are fighting for change.
Dolly Parton • Dolly Parton loved clothes and make-up from an early age. Here, in an extract from her new illustrated book, the iconic star reveals how she created her look and why it really does represent her inner self.
Chorus of Hope • Every year, hundreds of children from schools across far-western NSW get the opportunity of a lifetime: They’re chosen to join Moorambilla Voices, the choir that changes lives.
Save the last dance • Li Cunxin, known to the world as ‘Mao’s Last Dancer’, and his wife, Mary, have devoted their lives to the stage. Now, after careers that spanned the globe and changed the face of Australian ballet, they are both retiring, driven by life-and-death health battles and a desire to savour every moment.
King Charles the artist • He’s an avid patron of the arts, but did you know King Charles III is also an accomplished watercolourist? To mark his 75th birthday, the monarch is sharing four of his favourite paintings exclusively with The Weekly.
The Voice Of Australian Women • Over 40 years ago The Weekly undertook the biggest-ever private survey. To celebrate our 90th birthday, we’ve done it again. Thousands took part in the 2023 survey, and here are the surprising, hopeful and often heartbreaking results.
The Running Man • The larrikin country tradie captured Australia’s heart when he ran across the nation, raising millions of dollars for homelessness, but Nedd Brockman isn’t ready to stop putting his body on the line, he tells The Weekly.
The power of grief • Fourteen years after the awful, untimely death of her husband, and 10 since opening the doors to the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, Gail O’Brien reveals the way her family have navigated their grief while continuing his life’s work and passion.
The mysterious Madame Weigel • For almost a century, Madame Weigel clothed the women of Australia and New Zealand, and was a household name. Then she was forgotten, until a group of regional sewers and a history professor brought her back to life.
Gone to the dogs • While an early Christmas present was welcome, it came with a bonus idea for when Santa arrives.
“Losing a limb gave me a sense of purpose” • When Melissa Noonan made a split-second decision to catch a train, it led to an accident that changed her life forever.
Life's a beach • When the McDermotts head off...