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JACINDA ARDERN ‘My biggest test yet’ • After a year of tough decisions, the Prime Minister tells Emma Clifton her hopes for 2021 – and her plans to navigate us back to a different normality.
A grand family tradition
Royal Insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
SAM NEILL “Home at last” • Sam Neill’s antics on social media brought joy to millions through the bleak days of lockdown while he, like many, was stranded far from home. Now back in New Zealand, he chats exclusively to Susan Chenery, and we visit his wild, windswept Otago farm.
Naomi Watts Lessons in life & love • When Naomi Watts met Sam Bloom, the courageous Aussie she portrays in her latest film, they bonded for life. In a moving interview, Naomi tells Juliet Rieden about the power of family love, bringing her children back to Australia and embracing her 50s.
Which road to the future will wechoose? • This COVID restart finds us at a fork in the road with permission to reset the future. Samantha Trenoweth asks some of the smartest people on the planet what they see ahead.
A right royal Spanish mystery • Why has King Juan Carlos of Spain gone missing? William Langley investigates the unfolding scandal, replete with unexplained fortunes and an exotic mistress.
The QUIETEST KILLER • After 25 years of marriage, Michele Lord told police she thought her husband was drugging her. A week later she was dead. Her family tells Genevieve Gannon about the insidious threat of coercive abuse.
How to recognise coercive control
MIRANDA TAPSELL Chasing my dreams • She’s feisty, resolute and isn’t afraid to challenge stereotypes. Miranda Tapsell talks to Juliet Rieden about her lucky childhood, reaching for the stars and her husband’s surprise proposal.
ALL THAT GLITTERS • A jeweller’s treasure trove or a robber’s plunder? Genevieve Gannon delves into the enduring mystery of the Cheapside Hoard, a stash of hundreds of ancient jewels found buried beneath a shop in London.
Your stars for 2021 • The Weekly’s astrologer, Lilith Rocha, is here to help you navigate your way through the year ahead as she decodes what’s in store for your astrological sign in 2021.
A road less travelled • Summer brings back memories of long drives and a simpler life. But did kids really have it better then?
BEST DRESSED in BRUNSWICK • Take a ’50s car, roadside motel and retro picture house, and Brunswick Heads is the perfect setting for a summer roadtrip. We show you the best in summer vintage fashion that will take you from beach to beyond.
The mane event • Our scalp is an extension of the skin on our face, so why aren’t we lavishing it with the same attention? Juliette Winter explains how to boost your scalp health for stronger, more lustrous locks.
Bangs for your buck
Secrets of a super-ager • We’ve all heard the saying “age is just a number” – and it’s true. Jo Hartley meets the “super-agers” to uncover how to stay fit, sharp and strong into our 80s and beyond.
This way to a waste-free mind • Eliminating waste is something every household strives for. But, says Anita Vandkye in this extract from her new book A Zero Waste Family in Thirty Days, the beginning of your overhaul should start with self-care.
Minimise your distractions
Less, but better • We all need to do less – not be less, just do less – so that we can all...