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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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.
Nadia’s Christmas joy Sharing the love with friends & family • It’s been five years since the celebrity chef traded in her city home for a rural life living off the land, but this year’s festive season is extra-special with the whanāu celebrating baby Arlo’s first Christmas after a drama-filled 12 months.
Classic pavlova • It’s guaranteed to produce some oohs and ahhs around the table.
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.
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. Actress Miranda Tapsell tells The Weekly about her greatest role to date.
Nature Warrior Nicola’s wild life • Biologist, author, CEO, radio star and TV presenter Nicola Toki is on a critical mission to make saving the planet more palatable.
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.
Family Feud The Rinehart Story • She is one of the world’s richest and most powerful women, but as Gina Rinehart’s family engages in a pitched battle through the courts, The Weekly examines the life of the matriarch whose immense fortune is tearing her family apart.
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.
“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 on a beach holiday, chaos comes along for the ride ...
Good life good • The Weekly’s December guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
Best dressed • Eternal summer staples – a classic dress, stylish skirt, lightweight pants and a flattering top – will see you through the season, no matter the occasion.
Fighting skin fatigue • If you’re displaying signs of tired-looking skin, a shake-up of your morning and night routines could be all the wake-up you need.
Is Hrt safe? • Hot flushes, sleepless nights and mood changes are common symptoms of menopause. So why aren’t more women offered a readily available treatment? We ask the experts about the benefits and risks of hormone replacement therapy.
How to improve your willpower • Achieving goals is much simpler with these five tips for harnessing willpower.
Is baby brain your superpower? • Contrary to popular belief, having a baby can actually make your brain fire more efficiently.
Sweet Christmas cheer • The sugar and spice aroma in our Test Kitchen has been intoxicating lately with our do-ahead Christmas baking. Try our Cheat’s Mince Tarts, a Two-toned Fruit Cake and an irresistible twist that will win over any non-Christmas...