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Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

Apr 01 2021
Magazine

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.

Welcome!

This issue has inspired me to:

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

Royal news & views

Women we love

Virtual awards still bring sparkle!

A symbol of hope after the flames

Role model royals • As we celebrate William and Kate’s 10th wedding anniversary, Juliet Rieden asks: can the close-knit Cambridge five steady the royal ship with their duty, dignity and family values?

Royal Insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden

“I was lost before Lauren” • It may seem a charmed life, but MasterChef Australia judge Jock Zonfrillo has had serious lows with the highs. He tells Sue Smethurst how love saved him.

Sara Wiseman The art of being brave • In her craft, the beloved Kiwi actress delivers raw and deeply honest performances, and now, Sara talks about challenging boundaries & loving big.

In the name of my daughter • When her 20-year-old daughter was brutally murdered in a

Adelaide, Liza & finding ME • A stellar career has taken Alan Cumming from Glasgow to the toast of London, Broadway and Hollywood. As he prepares to direct Adelaide’s Cabaret Festival, he talks to Juliet Rieden about making peace with his violent childhood, his bestie Liza Minnelli and choosing happiness.

Ray of hope • Nobody would consider the parents of children with cancer lucky, but for two families who were included in a ground-breaking program to fight childhood cancers, lucky is exactly how they feel.

Ellie’s story

Thomas’ story

My journey story out of darkness • When screenwriter Kristen Dunphy checked herself into a psychiatric ward, her world was unbearably dark, but with pen and paper in hand, she found the glimmer of hope that carried her home.

In bed with the MAFIA • They’ve slept beside the most dangerous men on Earth. They’ve been abused and threatened, and now they’ve had enough. William Langley meets the women bringing the Calabrian Mafia to account.

The memory remains • Our memories are what make us who we are, so it’s understandably unnerving when we sense our memory faltering. In her latest book, author and neuroscientist Lisa Genova delves into memory, exploring the complex function for all its beauty and idiosyncrasies.

Memories are made of this • How can we remember more than eight to 10 episodic memories from this year?

Feel it.

Keep a journal.

Social media.

Best friends forever • A trip down memory lane makes the perfect birthday gift for a much loved childhood friend.

Where the heart is • Silky layers, knits and linen in earthy colours and clashing prints make for a stylish family. Models Amanda and gorgeous children Arrow and Luna show how to dress for a cool weekend away.

Beauty news

HAIR OIL 101

POWER PLAYERS • Brooke Le Poer Trench discovers the all-stars in skincare as well as how to balance them so they work for you.

Up your game • If you’re missing retinol from your regimen, try these at night.

6 EASY WAYS TO BUILD STRENGTH • Pick up a resistance band and tone your whole body with low-impact moves that trick your muscles into working harder.

How to MAX your morning RITUALS • In our quest for the best possible wake-up and start to our day, we need a multisensory approach that draws us out of slumber and kickstarts our body clock. Here, Russell Jones, author of Sense, shares simple ways to feel good.

Easter treats

Fish pie

Sophie’s Easter table • This month we take a...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 140 Publisher: Are Media Pty Limited Edition: Apr 01 2021

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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.

Welcome!

This issue has inspired me to:

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

Royal news & views

Women we love

Virtual awards still bring sparkle!

A symbol of hope after the flames

Role model royals • As we celebrate William and Kate’s 10th wedding anniversary, Juliet Rieden asks: can the close-knit Cambridge five steady the royal ship with their duty, dignity and family values?

Royal Insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden

“I was lost before Lauren” • It may seem a charmed life, but MasterChef Australia judge Jock Zonfrillo has had serious lows with the highs. He tells Sue Smethurst how love saved him.

Sara Wiseman The art of being brave • In her craft, the beloved Kiwi actress delivers raw and deeply honest performances, and now, Sara talks about challenging boundaries & loving big.

In the name of my daughter • When her 20-year-old daughter was brutally murdered in a

Adelaide, Liza & finding ME • A stellar career has taken Alan Cumming from Glasgow to the toast of London, Broadway and Hollywood. As he prepares to direct Adelaide’s Cabaret Festival, he talks to Juliet Rieden about making peace with his violent childhood, his bestie Liza Minnelli and choosing happiness.

Ray of hope • Nobody would consider the parents of children with cancer lucky, but for two families who were included in a ground-breaking program to fight childhood cancers, lucky is exactly how they feel.

Ellie’s story

Thomas’ story

My journey story out of darkness • When screenwriter Kristen Dunphy checked herself into a psychiatric ward, her world was unbearably dark, but with pen and paper in hand, she found the glimmer of hope that carried her home.

In bed with the MAFIA • They’ve slept beside the most dangerous men on Earth. They’ve been abused and threatened, and now they’ve had enough. William Langley meets the women bringing the Calabrian Mafia to account.

The memory remains • Our memories are what make us who we are, so it’s understandably unnerving when we sense our memory faltering. In her latest book, author and neuroscientist Lisa Genova delves into memory, exploring the complex function for all its beauty and idiosyncrasies.

Memories are made of this • How can we remember more than eight to 10 episodic memories from this year?

Feel it.

Keep a journal.

Social media.

Best friends forever • A trip down memory lane makes the perfect birthday gift for a much loved childhood friend.

Where the heart is • Silky layers, knits and linen in earthy colours and clashing prints make for a stylish family. Models Amanda and gorgeous children Arrow and Luna show how to dress for a cool weekend away.

Beauty news

HAIR OIL 101

POWER PLAYERS • Brooke Le Poer Trench discovers the all-stars in skincare as well as how to balance them so they work for you.

Up your game • If you’re missing retinol from your regimen, try these at night.

6 EASY WAYS TO BUILD STRENGTH • Pick up a resistance band and tone your whole body with low-impact moves that trick your muscles into working harder.

How to MAX your morning RITUALS • In our quest for the best possible wake-up and start to our day, we need a multisensory approach that draws us out of slumber and kickstarts our body clock. Here, Russell Jones, author of Sense, shares simple ways to feel good.

Easter treats

Fish pie

Sophie’s Easter table • This month we take a...


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